Sharjah City Tour
Sharjah, the 'Pearl of the Gulf'. One of the many landmarks to see during the tour is King Faisal Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the Emirates. We visit the renovated Fort of Sharjah, former residence of the ruling family originally built in 1820, then continue to the Heritage Museum and proceed to wander through the adjacent souk 'Al Arsa'. Before returning, you have time to stroll and shop at souk 'Al Markazi' – a treasure trove of carpets, jewelry and handicrafts.
Morning Desert Safari
The sands of the Arabian Desert that dominated this part of the world long before the skyscrapers and palaces appeared. Climb onto the back of a traditional Arabian camel to experience how the locals traversed the desert for thousands of years. Try your hand out and experience sand skiing. Strap into your skis or board and glide down the dunes as if they were mountain pistes. Visit the camel farm where you can have a photo-stop of 15 minutes with the camels. A truly unforgettable experience all round.
Al Ain Tour
Al Ain, the traditional seat of the Sheikhs and it is here that the desert life is best demonstrated. A visit to the Al Ain National Museum and Sheikh Zayed Palace Museum is a must, as is a trip to the camel race track and the livestock market.
The desert bazaars date back to the 18th century. Watch the bargaining at the camel market. Following this, we will head to Jebel Hafeet, the great mountain that overlooks the beauty of Al Ain city. We will also visit the Hot Springs situated at the foot of the mountain to explore that healing water is found abundantly in this area, subsequent to this very amazing tour, we will have lunch in the city. After which we head back to your hotel.
Eye of the Emirates - Viewpoint in Sharjah
This 60m-high observation wheel is the place to head for bird's-eye views of the Sharjah skyline. Hop into one of the 42 capsules here to do a full circle.
Explore the fascinating hidden world of the deep sea with its amazing creatures. Enjoy a close-up look at the local fishes and learn about Sharjah's historic coasts and ports. It's a captivating world encompassing passionately more than (150) species, including the beautiful clownfish, delicate seahorses, moray eels, sea rays and reef sharks. Covering an area of 6500 m², it consists of two floors equipped with 20 aquariums, filled with 1.8 million liters of water.
Sharjah Classic Car Museum
Among the 100 classics on exhibit, ranging from Bentleys to Rolls Royces, are some real gems like a 1915 Dodge and a 1969 bulletproof Mercedes 600 Pullman.