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This excursion gives you a unique chance to visit 6 emirates during one day. You will see all variety of landscapes – desert, mountains, and even savanna.

We start from the most famous city in this region – Dubai. It is really brightest pearl in emirates necklace.
Then we can see Sharjah, city which was nominated by UNESCO as a culture capital of the Arab World. At Culture Square we will make stopover to make photos of Holy Quran monument.
Then we’ll cross Sharjah desert and then there will be bargaining workshop at Friday Market. You will exited with huge choice orient carpets.

Next stopover will be at observation point near Fujairah Grand Canyon.

Then you will see mountain oasis – place, where local farmers planting dates, bananas and mango.

And after all we’ll have a rest at beach hotel on Indian Ocean shore. You’ll get a chance to meet coral reef fishes and turtles. Lunch at hotel restaurant included. Afterwards we’ll visit camel farm, cross Ras Al Khaimah savanna and see modest landscapes of Umm Al Quwain and Ajman.


Details will be shared with the booking confirmation.


Details will be shared with the booking confirmation.


Details will be shared with the booking confirmation.


Details will be shared with the booking confirmation.


  • Holy Quran monument 
  • Sharjah desert
  • Friday Market
  • Fujairah Grand Canyon
  • Mountain Oasis
  • Indian Ocean shore
  • Camel Farm
  • Ras Al Khaimah savanna

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Details will be shared with the booking confirmation.


Details will be shared with the booking confirmation.


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What should I wear? 

When visiting culturally significant sites, both men and women should dress appropriately (Knees and shoulders should be covered)

How long is the Al Canyon Tour?

Depending on the group's pace and itinerary, the tour usually lasts 4-5 hours.

Is the Al Canyon tour guided or self-guided?

The tour is led by a knowledgeable and professional tour guide who can provide information and answer any questions you might have throughout the journey.

Are meals included in the Al Canyon tour?

Meals are not included in the trip package; nonetheless, numerous restaurants and cafes are located within the canyon from which visitors can purchase food.

Are there any restrictions or prohibitions at the Al Canyon?

Guests are requested to show consideration for the natural surroundings by not smoking, not littering, or participating in any other actions that might be detrimental to the ecology.


  • This is the perfect itinerary for seeing all the UAE's most significant attractions in one day.
  • The route begins in Dubai and proceeds to Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Sharjah, Ajman, and Ras Al Khaimah.
  • You will visit Qanat Al Qasba, the Islamic Art Museum, the Central Souk, and the Fish Market in Sharjah.
  • Visit Ajman to see the smallest emirate in the UAE.
  • Umm Al Quwain will astound you with its timeless charms and laid-back ambiance.
  • Ras Al Khaimah, the world's most northern emirate, is the ideal fusion of tradition, culture, peace, and modernity.
  • Fujairah is the only emirate that runs entirely along the Gulf of Oman, making it the most isolated and pristine.
  • You will undoubtedly learn about and encounter new things because all transportation and the services of a knowledgeable guide are included.

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