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Abu Dhabi Full Day Tour From Dubai

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Abu Dhabi Tour From Dubai highlights

  • Book your Abu Dhabi full-day tour from Dubai and embark on the journey to explore the rich culture and heritage of Abu Dhabi.

  • Visit the famous Grand Sheikh Zayed Mosque, one of the world's largest mosques, and be amazed by its magnificence.

  • Explore the Heritage Village, a redesigned Emirates village, and gain some insights into the traditional Bedouin way of life.

  • Enjoy the panoramic views of the city’s skyline as you stroll through the Corniche, a waterfront spread over 8 km of area

  • Witness the grand Emirates Palace Hotel, one of the most luxurious hotels in the city.

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  • If cancellation are made 60 days before the date of travel then 10.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 30 days to 60 days before the date of travel then 25.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 15 days to 30 days before the date of travel then 50.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 7 days to 15 days before the date of travel then 75.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 0 days to 7 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
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Abu Dhabi Tour From Dubai overview

Abu Dhabi Tour from Dubai Starting time:

Monday - Sunday: 8:00 AM

About Abu Dhabi Tour from Dubai:

Explore the cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, situated just an hour and a half apart from each other. On a full-day tour from Dubai to Abu Dhabi, explore the ultra-modern capital of the UAE. Explore the rich history and culture of Abu Dhabi on an 8-9 hour tour of the largest city in the United Arab Emirates. Marvel at the stunning Islamic architecture of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, gaze in awe at the lavish Emirates Palace and admire the towering Etihad Towers. Book the Abu Dhabi Full-Day Tour From Dubai package and have an unforgettable family experience in the UAE.

About the Activity:

  • Explore the UAE's ultra-modern capital on a full-day tour from Dubai to Abu Dhabi, where you'll experience the city's unique blend of traditional and modern culture.
  • Visit the iconic Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, an architectural masterpiece that will leave you in awe.
  • Marvel at the Emirates Palace Hotel, a luxurious property known for its lavish design and world-class amenities.
  • Learn about the history and heritage of Abu Dhabi with a visit to the city's Heritage Village, showcasing traditional Emirati life.
  • Get a bird's eye view of the city from atop the Etihad Towers, an impressive collection of five skyscrapers that offer panoramic views of Abu Dhabi's skyline.
  • Enjoy the convenience of round-trip transportation from Dubai to Abu Dhabi with comfortable and air-conditioned vehicles.
  • Learn about the city's history, culture, and traditions with the help of a knowledgeable local guide.
  • This full-day tour is a must-do for anyone visiting the UAE and looking to explore the best of Abu Dhabi.

Pick up points:

  1. At 8: 00AM from Deira and Bur Dubai hotels.
  2. The hotels in Down Town and surrounding areas at 08.30 AM approximate.
  3. The pickup time would be at 09.00 for those guest staying in New Dubai (Barsha, Marina, Jumeirah Beach, T-com, JLT, Palm Island, etc)
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Abu Dhabi Tour From Dubai faqs

Is 3 days enough for Abu Dhabi?

Yes, three days are perfect for an Abu Dhabi tour, as it lets you see the top attractions while indulging in other activities. Divide your three days in Abu Dhabi for a perfect vacation, starting with seeing the Abu Dhabi Mangroves, the Louvre Museum, and the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. On your second day of the Abu Dhabi sightseeing tour, go see Emirates Palace and the observation deck at 300. Keep your last day for adventure activities and go to Yas Island for watersports, shopping, thrill rides, and more.

Is it necessary to book an Abu Dhabi Sightseeing Tour in advance?

It is recommended to book an Abu Dhabi sightseeing tour in advance as it saves money and time. You can book a combo which is cheaper and you can book tickets according to your schedule from our website for a hassle-free experience.

What are the places to visit in Abu Dhabi?

Emirates Palace

An Abu Dhabi tour must include a stop at Emirates Palace, a luxurious hotel. You can even stay here; if not, a sightseeing tour of the interiors is open to all. Enjoy the signature coffee or spend some relaxing time at the private beach in the palace.

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

One of the largest mosques in the world, it is an architectural marvel, blending separate Islamic architecture schools intentionally. It features the world’s largest carpet, which is hand knotted, 82 domes, chandeliers of pure gold, and 1000 columns. It embodies peace and aims to educate people about Islam, welcoming people from all walks of life. It also gets more than 50,000 worshippers every day.

Qasr Al Watan

An incredible and unique place in the UAE, the palace offers insight into the governing principles and heritage of the Arabs. The palace’s majestic hallways are full of knowledge, and exploring the exhibition to learn about its heritage while celebrating its rich culture is a must. The palace also offers the ideologies the government has for the future, a unique display for you to explore.

What should I wear in Abu Dhabi?

For men: When shopping or exploring malls, wear loose trousers and long robes. It will protect you from the extremely cold climate inside the mall. It is perfectly okay to wear cargo, cotton shirts, or t-shirts. Avoid wearing tank tops or sleeveless shirts when going to mosques or other religious places.

For women: Though Abu Dhabi doesn’t ask their tourists to wear Burqa (that’s a myth), when going to religious places, avoid sleeveless tops or tight-fitting dresses. Cover your head and always carry a shawl or shrug wherever you go for safety. Wear comfortable summer dresses, tops, jeans, and more at other places. Even a bikini with a cover is allowed in hotels or beach areas away from the public.

What are the best restaurants to eat in Abu Dhabi?

Villa Toscana: For lovers of Italian cuisine, Villa Toscana is ideal for enjoying authentic Italian food. The ambiance is inspired by the Tuscan villa, and the menu changes according to season, popularity, and more.

Li Beirut: To taste the authentic and best Lebanese cuisine, head over to Li Beirut. The ambiance is tranquil, and the dishes are delicious; this is an ideal restaurant for a dinner date. It also has vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free food options.

Chamas: The first original churrascaria restaurants here serve delicious barbeque meat, samba, salads, smoky fish, and other dishes. Enjoy the food with mesmerising Brazilian décor and a view of the Marina beach.

Shang Palace: Try the best-handcrafted dishes with a combination of modern touches and traditional flavours here. When at Shang Palace, do try its signature roasted Beijing duck.

Which places does the Abu Dhabi city tour include?

The full-day Abu Dhabi tour includes exploring the iconic Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque and marveling at the lavish design of the luxurious Emirates Palace. Learn about Arabian arts and heritage at Qasr Al Watan Palace, along with exploring the region’s past at the Heritage Village. The tour also includes stopping at Etihad Towers, a magnificent tower offering a 36-degree view of Abu Dhabi’s skyline.

What is Abu Dhabi famous for?

The capital of the UAE, Abu Dhabi, is a hidden gem famous for its beautiful skyline, which you can see clearly from the Corniche. The city is known for its oil exports, which are roughly 10% of the world reserve, luxury experiences, camel racing, Formula 1 racing, and great attractions. The best attractions included in city tours are Warner Bros. World, Ferrari World, Yas Waterworld, the Louvre, and more. Abu Dhabi is also famous for featuring in many Hollywood films showing its enriching culture, like Star Wars.

What are the things to keep in mind while visiting Abu Dhabi?

  • Follow dress rules when on the Abu Dhabi tour by wearing modest clothes to respect the culture. Women and men both should refrain from wearing tight or sleeveless clothes especially when visiting the mosque and it also helps protect the body from the scorching heat. Also, cover the head when visiting a religious place and also carry a shawl or jacket to cover up in public places.
  • Drinking in Abu Dhabi is allowed in licensed hotels, bars, and restaurants. Ensure you drink there only and not in public. Drinking and driving or being aggressive in public can land you in jail.
  • Be careful when taking photographs, there shouldn't be anyone in the background, especially women, without their consent. Also, never take photos of government buildings, aircraft, or airports unless allowed. It is prohibited and punishable by law.
  • Be respectful of prayer times, especially during the month of Ramadan. During this month, Muslims don’t eat or drink during the daytime. However, there are no restrictions on tourists, but you need to be mindful and not trouble the workers when they are offering prayers.
  • Another thing to remember is not to indulge in public displays of affection, especially during prayer times.

What is the weather like in Abu Dhabi?

Abu Dhabi's weather is arid and subtropical, with high temperatures and the sun shining brightly most of the time. Abu Dhabi doesn’t experience much rain, but when it does, it's in the winter months from November to March. In winter, the lowest temperature recorded here is 13 °C, while the highest temperature in summer is around 42°C. The most pleasant months are winters, with temperatures around 24°C during the day and 13°C at night. The pleasant temperature makes winters the best season for an Abu Dhabi sightseeing tour.

How long does the typical Abu Dhabi sightseeing tour take?

Explore the rich history of the city on an Abu Dhabi sightseeing tour lasting 8–9 hours. The tour starts with exploring the beautiful Islamic architecture of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. The tour continues by witnessing the majestic Emirates Palace and Etihad Towers from the world’s best observation deck. The tour also includes a walk around Heritage Village, a historic area providing a sneak peek into the region’s past.

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