The exotic Middle East attracts thousands of cruise vacationers round the year. The region covers must-visit cities such as AbuDhabi, Dubai, Muscat with their Arabian souks, breathtaking mosques, desert safaris and duty-free shopping. We help you book cruises to Middle East along with the best tours at reasonable rates.
Things to do in the Middle East countries
Dubai: in the United Arab Emirates is known for luxury shopping, Burj Khalifa, an 830m-tall tower, dominates the skyscraper-filled skyline. On man-made islands just offshore is Atlantis, the Palm, a resort with water and marine-animal parks.
Take in the city from ground level with a Dubai City Half-Day Sightseeing Tour & head out on the water on a Bateaux Dubai Dinner Cruise that features an Arabian dance show.
Do note the cultural sights in Abu Dhabi which you can enjoy for Free: the vast white-marble domed Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, & Heritage Village with crafts, spice shops, camels, Bedouin tents & museums that recreate life in the desert.
- Buy your ticket online to Burj Khalifa, for a lower price, and avoid waiting in the queue too.
- It Includes the world’s tallest building Burj Khalifa, Dubai Museum, and the glittering sights of Dubai Marina. Shoot a photo to Jumeirah Mosque, Burj Al Arab & Jumeirah Public Beach.
- Ride up to the top of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai Admire the majestic architecture of the tallest man-made structure on earth & a heady view at the Top Entrance. At its foot lies Dubai Fountain, with jets and lights choreographed to music.
- Explore Dubai City- an urban oasis with fashionable shopping malls, futuristic architecture and unabashedly luxurious resorts offering a variety of cuisines and a lively nightlife scene. Visit and see the Palm Island & Atlantis resort.
- Get an overview of Abu Dhabi’s unique blend of Arabian traditions today's affluent modern lifestyle and affluent modern living with an Abu Dhabi hop-on hop-off tour that includes Yas Island and Sky Tower .
- In Muscat, Oman’s port capital discover landmarks such as the 16th-century Portuguese forts, Al Jalali and Mirani, looming over Muscat Harbor and the modern, marble-covered Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, with 50m dome and huge Persian carpet that can accommodate 20,000 people. The city’s rocky coasts, bays, islands and lagoons are ideal for fishing and marine excursions- Diving, Fishing, swimming with dolphins & visits to the Turtle reserve are popular.
- In Khasab, Oman, dhow day cruises among the scenic fjords, offer wonderful Dolphin experiences, as the dolphins respond to the dhow captain’s whistles.
Best Time to visit
The Arabian gulf has a hot climate -the best time to visit is from November to March. During the winter months, you will still have blue skies and great beach weather.
Arabian gulf cruises sail from December to April.