Soak up the atmosphere of countries that have inspired fling carpets and Arabian nights.  

From sea to desert from old souks to the tallest building in the world, the elegance and kitsch contrasts of the Gulf are to be lived at least once in a lifetime.
Bur Dubai, the heart of the modern Dubai, is where you’ll find many of the place’s most interesting Arabian heritage houses, clustered in the beautiful old Iranian quarter of Bastakiya and the waterfront Shindagha district, as well as the excellent Dubai Museum and the Textile Souk. And don’t forget to visit, or admire from a distance, the glittering Emirates Towers, or Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building,
The surprises that await for you in Abu Dhabi include the extravagant Emirates Palace hotel, the even more spectacular Sheikh Zayed Mosque and the various attractions of Yas Island, home to the vast Ferrari World theme park. In fact, Abu Dhabi is home to the world’s biggest indoor theme park, with Ferrari-themed rides including the chance to drive in an F1 simulator or to ride the Formula Rossa roller coaster.
Between the Gulf and the Gulf of Oman you will visit Khasab in the United Arab Emirates and Muscat in Oman. A unique chance to visit traditional waterfront towns and unexpected fjord like sea canyons between impressive red mountains.
In the northern most region of the red sea, Aqaba awaits to share with you its underwater world and its desert secrets. Here you will have the chance to snorkel in some of the best locations in the world and gaze at underwater marvels. Inland the sights are no less spectacular as you can set your eyes on the desert attractions of Petra and Wadi Rum.
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