Emirates is thoroughly saturated with exotic, because it is the East.
This is the very East with camels, hookahs and minarets, which here quite successfully coexist with tall high-tech skyscrapers, and endless sandy beaches with huge indoor skating rinks.
The United Arab Emirates is a beautiful and mysterious country, and tourism here flourishes quite deservedly. Sunny weather lasts 355 days a year, the water in the Persian Gulf is always warm, and the tourist service is one of the best in the world.
Another reason why tours to the United Arab Emirates are in demand is the rich history and culture. Excursions in the emirates will open for you the amazing and mysterious world of the East. A huge selection of programs, from sightseeing trips to major cities to camel riding, will not leave even experienced tourists without vivid impressions.
For lovers of active life, the UAE will provide all the opportunities for a new experience. In addition to the implied “default” water sports, there are desert car rallies, camel and horse riding, beautiful golf courses, tennis, crab night hunting, sea fishing and much more.
In the United Arab Emirates, the Dow traditional vessel races and the Formula 1 World Speedboat Competition (October, Fujairah), the Dubai Muscat Yacht Regatta, the Dubai Rally and the Marlboro Desert Challenge motor racing are held annually. It is especially worth visiting the traditional camel races and purebred Arabian horses, where sedate and usually unflappable sheikhs put millions on their beloved stallion and get excited like fans of a yard team
Well, visiting the Emirates, you must definitely go shopping. No wonder they are called a “paradise for customers.” Free trade laws and low duties guarantee the prosperity of business in this country.
UAE Emirates. Where and when is it better to relax in the UAE
The UAE is a confederation of seven emirates, which make it possible to satisfy the needs of, perhaps, even the most sophisticated tourists, together occupying an area of about the same size as Portugal.
The Emirate of Abu Dhabi occupies 85% of the area of all the UAE; and the smallest of the emirates – Ajman – only 250 square meters. km Each emirate is unique in its own way, has its own local laws and at the same time they are all united by a common goal and destiny.
Abu Dhabi – the largest of the seven emirates, consists of the city of Abu Dhabi and the oasis cities of Al Ain and Liva. The pride of the capital of Abu Dhabi is the most modern hotels, world famous for their luxurious interiors and the highest level of service. Abu Dhabi has many art galleries, restaurants, shops, diving centers and other attractions.
Dubai is the second largest emirate of the UAE. It is a world famous trading center, famous for its gold, silk, fish and spice markets. In Dubai you can see the most beautiful mosques: the famous Jumeirah, Ibrahim Al-Qalil, the mosque of the Hospital Rashid and the Grand Mosque with a 70-meter minaret near the Old Market.
Ajman is the smallest of the emirates that make up the UAE. Ajman is a calm provincial town, not rich in entertainment. There is a shopping area, cozy restaurants on the main streets.
Ras al-Khaimah is the most northern and most fertile. The city of Ras al-Khaimah is divided into two parts by the bay of the same name. In the western part of the city – the “Old Ras al-Khaimah” – there is the famous mosque of coral blocks in Jazirat al-Hamra, the National Museum, Fort Falaya, as well as ancient watchtowers. In the Eastern region – Al Nahil – the Emir’s Palace, markets and the Exhibition Center are located.
Umm al-Quwain – differs from the rest of the emirates in a very rugged coastline. Its capital of the same name is famous for camel racing tracks and the Dreamland water park with an artificial volcano 18 meters high.
Sharjah is the only “dry” emirate in the UAE that not only prohibits the use of alcoholic beverages, but even their presence in the luggage is considered a criminal offense. The requirements of the Koran in the territory of Sharjah are respected to the fullest extent, this fully applies to foreign tourists.
Fujairah – the emirate, located on the coast of the Gulf of Oman, right in the heart of the Hajar Mountains. The pride of the emirate is sandy beaches and mountainous capes, picturesque gorges, many mineral springs and greenery, as well as some of the best diving sites in the country.
The best time to relax in the UAE is in October and November, when the air temperature drops to + 30 ° C, the prices for vacations in these months, respectively, are the highest.
In December, January, February and March, the temperature drops to + 25 ° C. The sea is also becoming cooler, but for many tourists this “cooling” is not critical, and a beach holiday in the UAE does not lose its relevance.
In April, the heat gradually begins to return to the Emirates, the temperature background creeps to + 30 ° C, respectively, the prices for vacations in the UAE also rise.
Since May, the UAE has been unbearably hot and lasts almost until September. In the summer months, air temperature can reach + 55 °