Discover a town that goes back 7,000 years; and the world’s oldest continuously inhabited. Located 37km north of Beirut, Byblos is a quite charming small town of great history.
Drive to Damour, a small town, 17km south of Beirut, and climb another 26km east, passing through the charming town of Deir el-Qamar , till you reach the imposing palace of Beiteddine.
Proceed to the nearby principal source of the River, Jeita, a beautiful natural wonder, and best caverns in the Middle East. Transfer by cable car to the caverns, which consist of two parts, lower & upper galleries.
Drive to the downtown district to see the huge reconstruction project-taking place to create a new commercial and residential district of the 21st century. Proceed to Corniche road and stop for a short walk...
Take a fascinating tour to the East Coast by the Indian Ocean. We drive through Dhaid and Masafi, the small oasis towns and the agricultural area growing citrus fruits, mangoes, and vegetables.
Al Ain in Arabic translates literally to the eye or the spring - a charming desert oasis, also known as the Garden City of the Emirates is an hour and half drive away from either Dubai or Abu Dhabi.
Sharjah is the place to visit to explore experience and discover the secrets of a unique Arabian lifestyle and Islamic culture. We take a scenic drive via the Sharjah Corniche to visit the Ajman Fort & Museum...
First stop is at the breathtaking Sheikh Zayed Mosque. We then head to the Heritage Village to watch the Bedouins at their workshops. Our route takes us along the Riviera styled Corniche...
Rise above the world with a most exquisite experience- view the sunset from the 124th & 125th floor of the Burj Khalifa, and enjoy sweeping views from the Gulf to the Arabian Desert.
A visit to Dubai is incomplete without a cruise along the Dubai Creek in a traditional wooden Dhow. This experience showcases the true spirit of Dubai intertwining tradition with modern.