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Al Ain City Tour

Departure Date

Daily

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Maximum Seats

999
Special Note: On every Monday Al-Ain National Museum, Al-Ain Palace Museum and Zahili Fort are closed.

Program includes

  • Al-Ain National Museum
  • Al-Ain Palace Museum
  • Camel Market
  • Hot Water Springs
  • Al Ain Oasis
  • Zahili Fort
  • Jebel Hafit
  • Al Ain Mall
  • Al Ain Zoo

Timings

  • Pick up 09:30 AM
  • Drop off 05:30 PM

Minimum 2 persons required for online booking

Terms & Conditions

  • All Prices are on sharing basis,
  • Private transport can be organized on request
  • Children above 11 years will be charged as an adult and less than 3 years will be free
  • All discount offers will apply to publish the price, there will no discount on discounted prices
  • For recent offers contact our team
  • Cancellation should be before 24 hours
  • 100 % Charge for no-shows or cancellations made at the same time
  • Rates will be subject to change without further notice, Al Ain Zoo Tickets are not included in the package

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Our Al Ain City Tour offers a vital tour of the excellent city of Al Ain with lunch. Appreciate a trek with intriguing shows, fantastic attractions, and verdant scenes. Enjoy an extraordinary day out taking in the sights of the excellent Garden City of Al Ain. Our experienced guide will lead you to the most critical landmarks of the city, for example, the Al Ain Museum, the Al Jahili Fort, Al Ain Zoo and the Old Palace and many more.

Enjoy the sightseeing attractions of Al Ain:

The Al Ain City Tour starts with a drive through an interesting and consistently changing desert landscape before achieving the Hajjar Mountains. In Al Ain, advance back in time at the Hili Gardens, popular for the archeological things from the earlier times. The tour proceeds with a visit of the Al Ain Museum and Al Jahili Fort. Get familiar with the ‘Fila’, the underground water system framework during a stop at Al Ain Oasis before continuing to the revamped Old Palace of H.H. Sheik Zayed, the late leader of Abu Dhabi and the late President of the U.A.E

Visit the Al Ain Palace Museum:

Visit the delightful garden city of Al Ain, the greenest of all the Emirates, on an entire day tour from Dubai. Start with a visit to the Al Ain Museum with its broad archeological accumulation, including some awesome second-thousand years gold pendants. It also houses a remaking of the Grand Hili tomb with its stone inscriptions. Enjoy your time with Al Ain City Tour.

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Jebel hafit:

Next, go to the highest point of Jebel Hafeet, UAE’s most noteworthy pinnacle, giving you dazzling perspectives on the desert. At the foot of Jebel Hafeet is high temp water springs, ideal for washing tired feet in steaming restorative waters. At that point stop at the biggest camel showcase in the UAE, as of late remodeled to entertain visitors even more in Al Ain City Tour. Contingent upon the season, you may see infant camels.

Al Ain zoo:

Al Ain City Tour is a chance to see the most wonderful City of Al Ain which is also known to be a nature of paradise along with the Wild Life. Proceed onward to Al Ain Conservation Zoo, which houses some the world’s final white lions and tigers. You will get the opportunity to get up near the animals while walking around the great gardens and walled in areas.

Al Ain national museum and many others:

 

Continue to Al Ain National Museum which gives a clear picture of the nation’s customs and culture. Further on, your adventure brings you eye to eye with camels in Al Ain City Tour. One of a kind animals that have since quite a while ago went with the local Bedouins, however today, they are of limitless social and financial value in the area just as a trustworthy wellspring of food and milk. Prior to coming back to Dubai, you can stop at Jahili Fort, where different shows are regularly facilitated