The natural wealth of the Arab Emirates is hard to overestimate. It includes the hot sun all year round, the beautiful sea, comfortable sand beaches and fabulous coral reefs, famous for their rich flora and fauna. The red desert sands of the Emirates resemble a Martian landscape, until you happen to see a colourful oasis or a volcanic lake. The picturesque mountain resort of Hatta with its hot springs deserves special attention.

No less amazing are the technological wonders of the UAE, symbolizing the infinite human abilities. Tourists are astonished by the artificial islands in the form of palm leaves, Palm Jumeirah, which are famous for luxurious hotels, looking like the palaces of the 'Thousand and One Nights'. Other truly fantastic attractions are the world's first moving skyscraper, the Burj Al Arab hotel, the tallest one in the world, the Dreamland water park with 18 meter man-made volcano bursting with fire jets, fountains and sculptures that adorn the streets of one of the richest countries, huge shopping malls of glass and metal that resemble the city in their size and infrastructure.

In the city of Dubai, there are plenty of sights, but the most popular ones are the old Bastakiya district, the Dubai History Museum, and Dubai Zoo, which is considered the best in the Middle East. Visiting the hospitable land of the United Arab Emirates one can not but remember the Middle Ages period, which has left a living memory about it in the form of palaces and forts. In Dubai, one can see a magnificent Jumeirah Mosque, the only one in the UAE where non-Muslims are admitted, Al-Fahidi Fort, which is now turned into a historical museum, the Palace of Sheikh Saeed, and an outdoor museum called Heritage Village. Every year, Dubai welcomes the largest shopping festival in the world. This event attracts more than 2 million visitors.

In Ajman, visitors will go to the museum, located in the fortress of the 18th century. Until recently it had been Emir’s residence. The funds of the museum include a collection of archaeological artefacts, weapons, ancient manuscripts, reconstructed rooms and a traditional Arab market.

No one will be left indifferent at the view of the ancient city Yulfar in the Emirate of Ras al-Khaimah. In Sharjah, one can admire one of the largest mosques in the Middle East, the mosque of King Faisal.

Hutt is a mountain resort, geographically belonging to the Emirate of Dubai and located in the mountains. It is a wonderful place, surrounded by small farms and palm trees. The mountain air, clear lakes and majestic cliffs are only some of its advantages.

The Emirate of Ras Al-Khaimah used to be a thriving center of trade. Digdaga is the largest old town of Ras Al-Khaimah with a huge military fort, the museum with traditional household items, jewelry, and archaeological finds.

Al Falazh Muala is a huge palm garden surrounded by high dunes, the Dreamland water park, an artificial volcano with various lighting effects, and many water attractions. Fujairah is one of the best places for scuba diving due to its rock headlands and sandy beaches. The modern city of Fujairah is stretched along the coast and is known for wide and spacious streets, decorated with numerous fountains and sculptures.

In the UAE, one can try a new, but already popular entertainment - skiing on the sand and rally in the desert. Coral reefs and the amazing flora and fauna of the underwater world and the Persian Gulf coast, golden sands and excellent waters attract thousands of tourists.

Travel agencies in United Arab Emirates will help organize your trip in the best way. Also, you can view the list of UAE tour operators to get a professional advice and a free quote.