UAE is a new age country characterized by marvels of architecture holds a prominent position on the world tourism map. It is a federation of seven emirates, which namely, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah, Umm al Quwain, Ra's al Khaymah and Abu Dhabi. UAE jams a plethora of exciting activities into its entertainment menu. From the uproar of Dubai, to the desert regions of the central part of the peninsula, UAE offers both relaxing and exhilarating things to do. The desert safaris will take tourists many worlds away from the capital. Storm through the uneven dunes of UAE’s outback in a four-by-four, and experience the exquisiteness of the nation’s breathtaking sandy landscape. The seemingly endless numbers of man-made and natural wonders of the country has instigated the need of UAE tour packages. Easy Way Travel has wide varieties of holiday packages specially customized according to your needs. Here, have a look at all the emirates of UAE and get an idea about all the major attractions and man-made wonders before you pack your bags. For getting more information about our packages you can submit an inquiry form shown at the bottom of this page and we will get back to you soon. Enjoy your Holidays with Easy Way, Make your Voyage Easy Way.
Abu Dhabi is the capital city and a thriving tourist hub that has everything from museums to beaches, historical edifices and deserts. Abu Dhabi’s Ferrari World- the largest indoor theme park on the planet is a must-see site for one on UAE tour. Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Mary, Mother of Jesus Mosque, Emirates Palace and Yas Marina Circuit are some of the other major attractions in Abu Dhabi
The gateway of tourism in UAE is the commercial heartbeat of the nation. It is a thriving tourist destination as well that houses Burj Khalifa- the world’s tallest building, Burj Al Arab- world’s only seven star hotel and The Dubai Mall- world’s largest shopping mall by area. Other man-made wonders that make Dubai a stunning place are the Palm Beach, Ski Dubai, Global Village and Dubai Marina.
Sharjah is another destination in the country that offers abundant tourist visiting sites. Souqs on Corniche Road have kept traditional culture of Arabian market alive, which is a unique experience for travellers. There are many museums in this emirate, such as the Sharjah Arts Museum, Sharjah Heritage Museum, Sharjah Archaeology Museum, Sharjah Science Museum and Sharjah Islamic Museum.
Ajman is continuing the development stalled by the financial crisis of 2007–2008 and once again undergoing a period of growth. Tourist attractions in the emirate, including hotels, shopping and cultural destinations are growing rapidly. Tourist attractions include the Ajman National Museum situated at Ajman Fort, the Red Fort and the museum in the inland enclave of Manama. Ajman's corniche is a popular evening and weekend destination for families
There are several tourist attractions in Fujairah. The Fujairah port is an important port for container liners and the world’s largest livestock shipping companies have set up their main holding station for cattle for the entire Arabian Peninsula here. The clean beaches and the numerous water sports such as water surfing, yachting, swimming and deep sea fishing, draw tourists all round the year.
Umm al-Quwain is the least populous of the seven emirates in the United Arab Emirates, located in the north of the country. The emirate consists in the main of the coastal city of Umm Al Qawain and the inland oasis town of Falaj Al Mualla, some 30km from the coast. Some of the major attraction are Umm al-Quwain Fort, Old Harbor, Islands of Umm al-Quwain, Ed-Dur and Dreamland Aqua Park.
Ra's al Khaymah
Ras Al Khaimah, the northern-most emirate of the UAE, offers its visitors a truly authentic Arabian experience; from its golden beaches, lush mangroves and terracotta deserts, to the towering Hajar Mountains bordering Oman.Along with boundless natural attractions and activities, Ras Al Khaimah boasts a number of ancient archaeological sites, giving visitors a fascinating insight into its history and the rich culture that still runs through the very heart of its local population.