Sharjah & Ajman Tour


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Sharjah & Ajman Tour

Highlights / General details
This fascinating tour takes you to the two emirates of Sharjah and Ajman. Sharjah is the cultural metropolis within the United Arab Emirates and the third largest state. Carefully restored old areas are as impressive as the museum or the central souk, which harbors about 500 shops and is directly located at Sharjah’s lagoon. Another famous landmark is the King Faisal Mosque, which is the biggest mosque in Sharjah and was built to honor King Faisal of Saudi Arabia, who was responsible for financing the development of Sharjah before the discovery of oil. The neighboring City of Ajman is famous for its ship building industry. The magnificent museum, housed in an ancient fort, was once the residence and seat of government of the ruler of Sharjah. This museum gives intriguing insights into lifestyles before the changes brought by the discovery of the oil.

Hotel pick-up and drop-off; English Speaking Guide; Taxes.

Items of a personal nature; Gratuities.

Hours of operation
Available Sunday, pick-up between 8:00am – 8:30am.

Approximately 4 hours.

Additional Information
Photography of military and government installations is prohibited. It is recommended to ask before photographing local ladies.

Participant restrictions
Children below the age of 4 years are free of charge.

This tour is conducted in English only.
There is a minimum of 4 passengers required per booking.
Excursions operated from hotels outside the city limits are subject to surcharge and the supplement will be advised on a case to case basis.
You will be advised of redemption instructions and pick up time after confirmation is received by the supplier.
Cancellation: 6 days prior 25% penalty, 3 days prior 100% penalty. No show 100% penalty.
Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.

**All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**

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