Explore the capital of the UAE
Abu Dhabi is the capital of the UAE and the most luxurious and safest city in the world. A hundred years ago there was a fishing village here, and now the city amazes with modern skyscrapers, luxury palaces and beautiful date-palms. During the Abu Dhabi City Tour, you will learn about the history of the city and visit the most famous sights: Sheikh Zayed Mosque, the palaces of the royal family, the Louvre, Al-Batin embankment and many others.
Private Abu Dhabi city tour is organized only for you and your company. The advantages of the individual tour include an opportunity to change your route, full attention of the guide, an opportunity to organize the tour in a car instead of a bus (depends on the number of people in a group). Below you can see the prices for private half-day tour around Abu Dhabi for groups up to 6 people. The price of a private tour for groups consisting of more than 6 people and for longer time is provided at your request.
The price includes: return private transfer from hotels in Abu Dhabi (up to 6 people in a group), sightseeing tour, service of an English-speaking guide.
The price for a private tour for groups of more than 6 people is provided at request.
Extra fees: admission ticket to the Louvre - 25 USD per person (children under 13 y.o. are admitted free of charge), lunch or dinner at the hotel 5* - 91 AED per an adult and 55 AED per a child, admission ticket to Qasr Al Watan royal palace - 55 AED per an adult and 37 AED per a child.
A photo camera, some money for extra needs.
The dress code must be observed when visiting the mosque:
Men must wear trousers (not shorts!). Short-sleeved shirts are allowed but without prints of human faces or animals. If you have tattoos, you must cover them with clothes.
Women must wear a long wide skirt (not tight), clothes mustn’t be revealing or have any sleets. Women can also wear trousers but not torn jeans. Jackets or dresses must be with long non-transparent sleeves (¾ length is not accepted). A trouser suit made of dense tissue (preferably not white) will be perfect for the occasion. Heads must be covered with a headscarf.
At the entrance women can get abayas - special muslim clothes to wear over your outfit. So, if your clothes doesn’t meet the requirements of the dress code, you can get an abaya at the entrance for free.