Daytrip to the East Coast of the UAE

East Coast Tour UAE

This interesting trip will take you to Emirate Fudschaira on the east coast of the United Arab Emirates.

  • admire the imposing beauty of the Hajar Mountains
  • visit the traditional "Friday Market"
  • explore the picturesque fishing villages
  • discover a lot about the culture of the Emirate Fudschaira


from 136 € p.p.


  • from/to your hotel, Airport Terminal 3 or cruise terminal in Abu Dhabi
  • lunch and soft drinks
  • visit of the oldest mosque
  • visit of the Portuguese fortress

Not inclusive:

  • transfer other than mentioned
  • meals other than mentioned
  • personal spendings
  • tips


  • available: daily
  • duration: 10 hours
  • start: 8:30 am
  • languages: English, Arabian
  • dress code: upscale casual wear
  • other: bathing suits, sun protection, camera
  • Bookable: from 4 persons

Terms of cancellation:

  • cancellation minimum 12 hours before the start of the event, you receive a complete (100%) refund
  • cancellation minimum 6 hours before the start of the event, you receive a 50% refund.
  • cancellation within 6 hours before the start of the event, the full costs are charged. No refunds possible.
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Our daytrip will take you to the most popular beaches on the east coast of the UAE. Admire the imposing beauty of the Hajar Mountains. We will visit the traditional "Friday Market", where you can buy souvenirs to take home. We will drive through fertile agricultural areas and visit the picturesque fishing villages Khor Fakkan and Dibba. After a refreshing swim and lunch at the Sandy Beach Hotel, we will continue to the oldest mosque in the country. Discover the old ghost town and the Portuguese fort in Fujairah, a truly exceptional emirate, which has long been a major trading port and its coasts extend from the estuary of the Persian Gulf to the Indian Ocean.