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Al Ain Tour

General Information About Al Ain Tour

Price: 225 AED per person

Real Adventure Tourism will take you to the beautiful Garden City of Al Ain, the greenest of all the Emirates. Al Ain Tour includes a visit to Hili Archaeological site, which contains some of the fascinating ancient tombs and other historic remains of the city. We then proceed to the Al Ain Museum, with its extensive archaeological collection, including some spectacular second millennium gold pendants. Al Ain Museum houses a reconstruction of Grand Hili tomb, with its rock engravings. Next, Real Adventure Tourism will drive you to Jebel Hafeet – UAE’s highest peak, giving you stunning views of the desert . At the foot of Jebel Hafeet are hot water springs- ideal for bathing tired feet in steaming therapeutic waters. We will also stop at the Camel Market, the largest camel market in the UAE, recently renovated to entertain guests all the more, then move on to Al Ain Zoo, home to some the world’s last remaining white lions and tigers. The beautifully designed Al Ain zoo offers you the chance to get up close to the animals, while strolling through the wonderful gardens and enclosures. Well worth a visit!

What You’ll Do

Travel up a winding road to the top of Jebel Hafeet, the highest peak in the UAE
See white tigers, hippos, giraffes, and more at the Al Ain Conservation Zoo
Bathe your tired feet in the hot springs at the base of Jebel Hafeet
Visit the largest camel market in the UAE
Admire the archeological collection at Al Ain Museum
Dine on a buffet lunch in the middle of your day

Overview

Spend a day in Al Ain on a trip from Dubai. Visit the Al Ain Museum, stop off at hot water springs, go to the top of Jebel Hafeet, explore the camel market, spend time at the Al Ain Conservation Zoo, and dine on a buffet lunch at the Al Ain Hilton.

What to Expect

Visit the beautiful garden city of Al Ain, the greenest of all the Emirates, on a full-day tour from Dubai.

Begin with a visit to the Al Ain Museum with its extensive archaeological collection, including some spectacular second millennium gold pendants. It also houses a reconstruction of the Grand Hili tomb with its rock engravings.

Next, go to the top of Jebel Hafeet, UAE’s highest peak, giving you stunning views of the desert. At the foot of Jebel Hafeet are hot water springs, ideal for bathing tired feet in steaming therapeutic waters.

Then stop at the largest camel market in the UAE, recently renovated to entertain guests all the more. Depending on the time of year, you may see baby camels.

Move on to Al Ain Conservation Zoo, which houses some the world’s last remaining white lions and tigers. You will have the chance to get up close to the animals while strolling through the wonderful gardens and enclosures. Your trip will also include a buffet lunch at the Al Ain Hilton.