Abu Dhabi Full Day Sightseeing Tour from Dubai


Starting bright and early at 8:45 am, this 9-hour adventure kicks off from 13 different spots around Dubai.

You’ll be picked up in a comfy, air-conditioned ride, whether you’re staying in a city apartment, the Dubai Cruise Terminal, or Port Rashid.

First stop: the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, the UAE’s biggest mosque. 

A friendly guide will then give you a lowdown on its history and cultural significance. 

Inside, you’ll be wowed by the world’s largest hand-woven carpet, dazzling Swarovski chandeliers, and stunning marble halls.

Next, you’ll cruise along Abu Dhabi’s Corniche, treating you to incredible views of the Arabian Gulf and Dubai’s skyline as we head to the Etihad Towers.

This place is a real multitasker, offering dining, lodging, and adventure all in one.

Don’t forget to check out the observation deck for jaw-dropping 360-degree views of the Emirates Palace and the Arabian Gulf.

We’ll even swing by Marina Hall, where you can grab some lunch at your own expense. 

Finally, to wrap things up with a tour of Qasr-Al-Watan, a unique cultural landmark and an actual presidential palace.

Take your time exploring its treasures before we drop you back at your hotel.

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This tour includes…

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off in an air-conditioned vehicle
  • Entrance to the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
  • Entrance to the Etihad Tower’s Observation deck
  • Entrance to Qasr-Al-Watan
  • Ride across the Corniche
  • Informative guide

Abu Dhabi City Tour Costs

The Abu Dhabi Sightseeing Tour is priced at AED 356 ($97) for adults over 12 years old.

Kids between the ages of 4 and 11 pay a discounted fee of AED 284 ($77).

Infants under the age of four get free entry.

Visitor’s AgePrice
Adult ticket: (12+ years)AED 356 ($97)
Child ticket (4 to 11 years)AED 284 ($77)
Infant ticket (upto 3 years)Free Entry

Things you should know before you go

Passports and ID cards should be brought because they will be inspected at the door.

You cannot enter the Grand Mosque during the holy month of Ramadan and other Islamic festivals.

You should bring your own food because restaurants will also be closed.

The tour does not permit sleeveless shirts, shorts, luggage, and large bags.

Women should wear loose dresses and cover themselves at all times.

Due to presidential events, Qasr-Al-Watan occasionally closes and is replaced by Qasr-Al-Hosn, or the heritage village.

An entire refund is available if you cancel your ticket within 24 hours.

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