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The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is made up of seven emirates in the southeast region of the Arabian Peninsula. It is an ideal
destination for tourists from all over the world whether single, couple or with family. Our UAE tour packages will take you to discover the ultra-modern city of Dubai, the capital city of Abu Dhabi and the "Pearl of the Gulf", Sharjah. You will experience the bird's-eye view from the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa, enjoy a camel ride along the Red Sand Dunes, appreciate the marble magnificence of the Sheikh Zayed Mosque or dine with fishes in an aquarium restaurant.
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What to See in UAE for First Time Travelers?

The adventures, the colorful nightlife, the luxurious hotels & restaurants and the variety of landscape with mountains, deserts and coastlines, our wide range of UAE tour packages will ensure you the best holiday in this fascinating land. The emirates of Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah are the top choice for the first time travelers.

Highlights of Dubai: Desert Safari, Burj Khalifa, The Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Mall, Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, Dubai Museum, Spice & Gold Souks, Burj Al Arab and Dubai Creek.

Highlights of Abu Dhabi: Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Emirates Palace, Ferrari World, Louvre Abu Dhabi, Yas Island, Etihad Towers and The Corniche.

Highlights of Sharjah: Museum of Islamic Civilization, Al Noor Mosque, King Faisal Mosque, Souks Al Arsa and Souk Al Markazi.
Burj Khalifa Tower
Palm Jumeirah, Dubai

Do I Need a Visa for the UAE Tours?

It depends on your nationalities. Some nationalities will obtain a visa on arrival, while some do need to apply for a prearranged visa before entering the country.

► The UAE Visa on Arrival

30-day visit:
Andorra, Australia, Brunei, Canada, China, Hong Kong China, Japan, Kazakhstan, Macau China, Malaysia, Mauritius, Monaco, New Zealand, Republic of Ireland, San Marino, Singapore, Ukraine, United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, United States of America, Vatican City

90-day visit: 
Argentina, Austria, Bahamas Islands, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Kiribati, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Maldives, Malta, Montenegro, Nauru, Netherlands, Norway, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, San Marino, Serbia, Seychelles, Slovakia, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Uruguay

180-day visit: Mexico

► Prearranged UAE Visa
If you are not a passport holder of the above countries or territories, you need to apply for a prearranged UAE visa before entry.

► UAE Transit Visa
The UAE issues two types of transit visas. One is 48 hours for free of charge and the other is 96 hours for a fee of AED50. You can only apply for the transit visa through the UAE-based Airlines, such as Emirates Airlines or Etihad Airways.

Important Note: Visa policies are changing regularly, please do not hesitate to double check with your UAE Embassy or get in touch with us.

When is the Best Time to Visit the UAE?

The weather of the UAE belongs to a desert climate, characterized by the pleasant mild winter and hot humid summer. The best time to visit the UAE is from November to March when the climate is breezy and cool, while hotel prices are usually higher, so be sure to prepare your UAE holidays in advance. April, May and late October are also good time with slightly more humid but still bearable. Weather between June and September is not good to do the desert safari, but you can still enjoy many indoor activities and get great deals on hotels.

Useful Travel Tips for UAE Tours

Currency: The Dirham (AED) is the official currency in the UAE. Besides cash, international credit card and debit card are widely accepted. ATMs are easily found in UAE's urban areas.

Language: The official language is Arabic, but English is widely used.

Alcohol: Drinking alcohol in Sharjah is illegal, while in other emirates like Dubai or Abu Dhabi, tourists can drink alcohol in hotels, restaurants and pubs.

Safety: The UAE is a very safe country and it is a Muslim country too, respect the local religions and customs while travelling.

Dress Code: As a Muslim country, all residents are required to dress modestly, while the dress code for tourists is liberal generally, but the revealing clothes should be avoided.