From Dubai: Sharjah Half-day Tour With Traditional Lunch

184 $

6 hours

Tour Activity Details

Admire the cultural capital of the united Arab of the emirates; Sharjah Emirate holds innumerable ancient charms waiting to be discovered by you. Head to the largest mosque in Sharjah, the King Faisal Mosque, where you will hear anecdotes about the rich heritage and history of the city.

Explore the fascinating hidden world of the deep sea with its amazing creatures at Sharjah aquarium. Enjoy a close-up look at the local fishes and learn about Sharjah’s historic coasts and ports.

The next stop is the Fort of Sharjah, built in 1820 and the former home of the ruling family, where you will be able to marvel at the architecture as you learn about the customs and traditions of the people in this part of the world before taking a leisurely stroll through the traditional souk Al Arsah.

Indulge in a shopping spree at the Souk Al Marakazi where you can find all kind of authentic carpets, jeweler, and handicrafts, before concluding your tour and heading back to the Dubai .

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  • Please note that this tour will be held in English language only.
  • Please advise your driver if you are having any allergies during lunch time .
  • Explore Heritage Museum.
  • Take pictures of King Faisal Mosque.
  • Learn how to bargain at souk al Arsa.
  • Browse the ancient times at Sharjah Fort of Sharjah.
  • Learn about hundreds of sea species at Sharjah aquarium.
  • Admire the fantastic Arabic architecture at the Blue Souk.

Your friendly tour guide will meet you at the hotel lobby . Alternatively you can wait in your Hotel room and your guide will call you once he is there .

You are free to wear what you want .

Depending on the number of participant but be sure you will have a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle .

Your friendly tour guide will meet you at the hotel lobby . Alternatively you can wait in your Hotel room and your guide will call you once he is there .

Educational aquarium spread over 2 floors with 20 separate tanks & over 150 different species. Established in 2008, the Sharjah Aquarium opened up the fascinating realm of the deep sea for the public. Located in Al Khan, This aquarium in Sharjah is the perfect place to witness the local sea life that dwells in the historic coasts of the culturally rich emirate. It is one of the top destinations to visit in Sharjah. But that’s not all – the aquarium is a lot more than just a place to witness sea life.

Stalls for crafts, perfumes & woven garments on narrow lanes, plus a landmark central coffee shop. Souk Al-Arsah Market is considered one of the oldest popular markets in the United Arab Emirates, and it was (more than half a century ago) a meeting point for Bedouin merchants and their camel cargoes. The market, which currently contains all oriental handicrafts, has been restored. Here you can wander along the air-conditioned alleys. The market has large wooden doors, coral stone walls and lanterns hanging on them.

Sharjah Fort is a double story traditional rock, coral and adobe fortification in the centre of the city of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. The fort was originally constructed in 1820 by the then Ruler of Sharjah, Sheikh Sultan bin Saqr Al Qasimi.

The Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization is a museum in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. The museum, opened in 2008, covers Islamic culture, with more than 5,000 artifacts from the Islamic world.

The Souk al-Markazi (Central Market), popularly known as the Blue Souk, is the main shopping hub and one of the most impressive landmarks of Sharjah.

The King Faisal Mosque is a mosque in Sharjah, the United Arab Emirates. It is named after the former ruler of Saudi Arabia King Faisal of Saudi

The food of the Emirati people has been shaped by the strong Arabic and Persian influences, together with the weather. The traditional foods are similar to those found in other Middle Eastern countries. Even though Dubai is known for being one of the most popular hubs in the modern world, Dubai also offers a range of traditional foods for its citizens, residents and curious visitors.
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