The capital of the UAE awaits you! Abu Dhabi, the richest city in the world and one of the largest oil producers, was once a home for gazelles and Arabian oryxes – this fact give the city its name, which in Arabic means "the Father of Gazelle".

On the way to the capital you will pass by the world's biggest artificial harbor – the Port of Jebel Ali. You will stopover for taking some photographs at the amazing snow-white Sheikh Zayed Mosque; 38 famous building companies and 3,000 workers participated in its construction using natural materials, such as marble, gold, semi-precious stones and crystals. Proceed to the Heritage Village to see the life of the UAE residents before oil discovery; watch the craftsmen making their living in their workshops; explore the fort protecting from the invaders and traditional souks, mosque and museum. Drive along the pictorial Abu Dhabi Corniche and enjoy the view of the skyscrapers rising on the horizon. Once you reach Breakwater Island, head to the Marina Mall to eat out. A quick photo stops will be arranged at the Emirates Palace Hotel and Presidential Palace.

Note: Lunch is not included in the price