Why you should travel to U.A.E.?
The U.A.E also has some of the most beautiful resorts in North Africa, which is one of the world's most popular vacation destinations for good reason!
You'll never run out of things to do while visiting UAE, whether it be swimming in the world's largest pool or meeting snow leopards at the Abu Dhabi Desert Conservation Center-the possibilities are endless. Come on an adventure with us!
When to travel to U.A.E.
The best time to travel to U.A.E if you're looking for a place with a little more heat would be during the summer season from May-October.
In conclusion, there are different seasons that work well for people with different preferences that come from all over the world!
Food and Beverages in U.A.E.
The people who live in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are multi-cultural and include people from India, Pakistan, Iran, Egypt, the Palestinian territories, Jordan Bahrain Qatar, Sri Lanka, and Oman. You can experience traditional Arabic food at restaurants or hotel buffets. But you'll also find many other cuisines including Indian (Muslim), American fast-food, Italian, French, Chinese, Japanese, and Thai.
Activities in U.A.E.
If you're looking for more casual activity, you can spend an afternoon browsing through the Abu Dhabi Souq or take advantage of all of Downtown Dubai's luxuries including malls and restaurants.
The UAE also has a thriving music scene, which features both Western and traditional Arabic music! You can listen to live concerts or attend festivals all year round.
If you're looking for a more laid-back activity, you can spend some time on one of the Emirati beaches or experience the desert culture up close at a camel farm.
Our favorite hidden gems & attractions that are worth a stop!
Sharjah Museum of Islamic Art: If you're interested in art or culture then this museum in Sharjah might be worth paying a visit to. Featuring over 3000 works of art, the Sharjah Museum of Islamic Art showcases over 1000 years of Islamic Arts and culture!
It's also worth mentioning that the Sharjah Souk and Corniche are popular among people who love to explore markets and relax outdoors.
Abu Dhabi Louvre: One of the most recent museums to open in Abu Dhabi, this museum does not disappoint. Although not as large or impressive as the Louvre in Paris, it contains over 600 exhibits that are sure to give people an idea of what life is like in the U.A.E.
Jumeirah Beach: If you're looking for a more relaxing afternoon then head out to Jumeirah Beach! This beautiful beach offers a more laid-back atmosphere with plenty of restaurants and shops nearby, as well as an outdoor market.