This detailed Al Ain City Tour description will give you an outline about the places you are going to visit with the best tour operator in UAE. We will pick you up from your hotel for al ain tour from Dubai, and will drive to Al Hili Gardens which houses the leftovers of Bronze era.
Al Ain City Tour Description
Al ain is the one among the world’s oldest abiding inhabited settlements. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is just 1.30 hours drive from Dubai. This naturally blessed landscape is fed by natural springs and is surrounded by fresh water streams and plantations. This blissful land is called as the Garden city of UAE. Since it is the birthplace of United Arab Emirates' founding father Sheikh Zayed, it was once an important destination and visitors came to see its Forts, Zoo and Museums. A tour to Al Ain is perfect for nature lovers and history seekers as the city is more authentic without avant-grade buildings.
Al Ain Tour from Dubai: Al Hili Gardens
This is one of the most blessed destinations of Al Ain which was developed as public park to safeguard the prominent historical monument - Hili Tomb
- which was discovered during excavation.
Here, the modern fountains in the backdrop of the tombs and the picturesque garden is visually appealing. Though the park has three Bronze Age tombs surrounded by many smaller graves and the remnants from the iron age, only two tombs are available for exploration, and the third tomb is yet to be explored by archaeologists. When you spend time here during your Al Ain tour from Dubai, you will feel the beauty hidden in mystery. The Hili Gardens
is open for visitors from 16:30 to 21:30 and is closed on public holidays.
Al Ain City Tour Description: Al Ain Museum
After Hili Gardens you will proceed to Al Ain Museum. A visit to this museum will provide you with an insight on UAE’s journey from Stone age to this date. You will find remnants including different types of tools and arrowheads that belong to the sixth mille BCE. The Museum was the palace of late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan and was constructed in 1937. The design and style of Al Ain Palace is very similar to other historical constructions of the UAE. The palace’s distinctive internal gate is decorated with verses from the Holy Qur’an. The palace is divided into three main sections - Gifts, Archaeology, and Ethnography. This National Museum provides you an understanding about the local traditions and culture that defines the beauty of this region.
Al Ain City Tour Description: Jabel Hafeet
After your visit to Al Ain Museum, you will proceed to the second largest peak of Emirates; Jabel Hafeet- the gigantic Rocky Mount, which is the most prominent location of your al ain one day trip,
because it provides you an attention-grabbing view of the city. Jebel Hafeet is 1250 feet high and is the second highest peak in UAE. This rocky mountain stands as guardian of Al Ain and Oman border. Rock-bound lime stones are a main attraction of this area, which is formed by the changing weather conditions. These are the important pieces in the history of this city. 500 plus graves are found in the foothills of Jebel Hafeet, which are more than 5,000 years old.
Al Ain Tour from Dubai: Camel Market
During your Al Ain tour from Dubai, will visit camel market which is one of its kind souks in UAE. Here you will get to see camels nearby and can learn more about camel trade, life etc. You can talk with the businessmen and Camel traders about everything and anything related to Camels. It is a wonderful chance for you to watch how camel trade happens. To explore more about the life of this desert ship book camel trekking Dubai
From here, you will go to Al Ain conservation zoo which is located at the base of Jebel Hafeet.
Al Ain City Tour Description: Conservation Zoo
This hotspot for families, the zoo is a home for over 4,000 animals. You will get to see these animals in close vicinity. The zoo is a great place for a leisurely walk with your dear ones.
Al Ain Tour from Dubai: Al Jahili Fort
Your last stop and last part of Al Ain city tour description is the most historic building of Al Ain, ‘Al Jahili Fort’.
Al Jahili Fort is the most historic and picturesque building of Al Ain. It was constructed in 1891 to protect the city and safeguard the precious palm groves. The former headquarters of the Oman Trucial Scouts, the force that protected the mountain passes and kept inter-tribal peace, it also served as a residence for the local governor. It is set in beautifully landscaped gardens, and visitors are encouraged to explore it.
Here ends your al ain tour package from dubai
and we will drive you back to your hotel in Dubai.
- Pick-up and drop-off from your hotel in Dubai
- Transportation in Air Conditioned Clean Vehicle
- All entrance fees of the sightseeing included in program
- Professional Local Tour Guides of your selected language
- Cold mineral Water
- Any personal expenses
Important to know
Pickup is available from anywhere in Dubai and Sharjah
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