United Arab Emirates


Dubai always gives a warm welcome to its guests. That is what made it the most popular destination among tourists from across the globe. In Dubai you’ll find such famous sites as World’s Highest Observation Wheel, newly opened Museum of Future, Dubai Opera, the biggest shopping mall in the world – Dubai Shopping center, Burj Khalifa skyscraper, an artificial archipelago on the coastal area – Palm Jumeirah, hundreds of hotels for every taste and budget, high-tech conference halls and international events – that’s just many, but not all. Thanks to EXPO 2020 in Dubai, even more venues were opened, and its pavilions will be used in construction of a brand-new fancy neighborhood – District 2020. Our managers will help you not to get lost in this infinite number of sites and activities.

Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi, the most wealthy Emirate and a peaceful capital of The UAE, remains the traditions of Bedouins. At the same time tourism here is growing rapidly. Did you know that The UAE has its own Louvre? Make sure to visit this newly opened museum in Abu Dhabi. Want to feel yourself as an Arabic sheikh? No problem at all. Emirates Palace, the most extravagant and authentic hotel in the world, is at your disposal. Here you can even take a cup of coffee, but of course in a way the sheikh does it – with the gold flakes. Your to-do list can’t go without the wonder of modernity – the Sheikh Grand Mosque, created with unparalleled craftsmanship. Not to forget to visit a new district Al Qana with The National Aquarium and high-tech venues. Willing to see the beauty of nature? Go to Saadiyat Island, on the pristine coast of which rare hawksbill turtles give birth to offspring. And finally, if you love Star Wars, look more closely at the desert around Abu Dhabi, because that’s exactly where this iconic saga was filmed.

Ras al Khaimah

Ras al Khaimah is a place where Dubai locals head when they want to enjoy a quiet and relaxing atmosphere. You can do it as well. Secluded beaches and coastal resorts are tailored for this. Or on the contrary, there are options for a more active way of pastime. Safari and buggies, mountain hiking in The Hajar Mountains and ziplining in Jebel Jais, the longest zipline in the world – sounds like a perfect location for your intensives.


Fujairah Emirate attracts visitors who want to explore another side of The United Arab Emirates. And there are a number of reasons to join them. You won’t see crowded beaches here and plenty of tourists, but fascinating views on the ocean and the Hajar mountains. Sun-and-sand vacation, quiet and calm. Besides, this is the best place for scuba diving to see the beauty of underwater and the best fishing in all the UAE… Well, picture’s worth a thousand words.


Sharjah is the center of history attractions and the Culture Capital of the Arab World, according to UNESCO. A steady-stream of art lovers from all over the world come here to enjoy masterpieces in the renowned Sharjah Art Museum and learn about the traditions and origin of the UAE in the museum of Islamic Civilization. Both are located in the Heritage Area of the city. Away from the downtown, see Sharjah’s Mleiha Archaeological Site or ride a horse during the desert tour to understand how people lived here ancients ago. Before visiting this Emirate, please be aware that Sharjah is an alcohol-free zone.


Ajman Emirate is worth your attention. Especially if you have already been to Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Luxury hotels with a sand beach, in Ajman are designed for the VIP tourists. Al-Zorah Nature Reserve, covered with mangroves, something you may have never heard about, is one of the main attractions for tourists. Another benchmark of the Emirate is shopping. Ajman City Center will please its visitors with lower prices in comparison with the Dubai. And do not forget to visit a picturesque fish market to see the diversity of marine life and choose the freshest delicacy for yourself.

Umm Al Quwain

Umm Al Quwain is a secluded place for well-traveled tourists. Visiting these unknown locations will give you the full understanding of what The UAE is made of. For those who love history, the best idea is to visit Umm Al-Quwain Fort, which was built in 1768, for the protection of the old city. Take a one-day trip to Senyah Island situated nearby. The unique beauty of the Gulf’s nature with its mangrove forests and Al-Qaram trees attracts many birds, including flamingos, herons and swallows. Crab hunting and kayaking in Umm Al Quwain are for adventure lovers.