Renowned for its copious greenery and agricultural innovations, Al Ain—literally "The Spring"—is home to parks, greenhouses, and cultural attractions. This tour is a peaceful getaway from the busy city environment of Dubai; it's an opportunity for some well-earned rest in a desert oasis.
Your first destination is the Al Ain Museum at the Hili Archaeological Park, which is home to remarkable findings that date back to the Iron and Bronze ages. While in this area, you visit the Sheik Zayed Palace Museum, the former residence of the UAE president.
A stop at the main livestock market gives you a genuine feel for life in this region. The grand finale of the tour takes you to the biggest camel market in the Middle East. Here dealers from all over the region come to trade their racing livestock. Al Ain is truly rich in culture and heritage, and its climate is distinct from all the other Emirates, making it a popular destination all year round.