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Sharjah & Ajman Tours

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One Day Tour
Availability : Daily Available
Any Country
With In Dubai only
Min Age : 2+ years Old

Sharjah is a distinctive Emirate because of its success in retaining its art, culture and heritage. This has led to it being given the title of the ‘Cultural Capital of the Arab World’ by UNESCO. If you are in Dubai, you really should take a short drive to see for yourself why it has been given that status.

The Cultural Square is an excellent starting point with wonderful examples of Islamic architecture and the sculpture of the Holy Quran. There are plenty of things to see: the Ahmed Bin Hanbal Mosque, the Diwan Al Amiree as well as the City Hall and the Cultural Centre.

There are 17 Museums in the Emirate and there is an Art Foundation that has a year round programme of exhibitions and performances to get the message of Islamic Art and Culture across to locals and visitors alike. Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi’s love of culture has been rewarded with Sharjah being named as Capital of Islamic Culture for 2014. One of the cultural projects is the distribution of books on subjects ranging from health to religion and history amongst local families.

The main leisure destination is Qanat Al Qasba, where adults and children can enjoy many attractions including the observatory wheel, the Eye of the Emirates, which rises 60 metres into the air and provides stunning views over Sharjah and nearby Dubai. There are plenty of shops selling everything from gold and jewellery to carpets, rugs and ornaments.

The most famous souk in Sharjah is the Blue Souk though you may also like to visit Majarrah with its golden dome and mosaic construction.

Sharjah is the only Emirate to have two coasts, one on the Arabian Gulf and the other on the Gulf of Oman. The city has hosted numerous cricket internationals over the years, initially mostly One Day games but more recently Test matches, as the ‘adopted home venue’ of Pakistan. The city’s population is just in excess of 500,000, with 300,000 more living in smaller towns dotted around the Emirate.

Tour Details

Pick-Up Point:

  • Hotels or Residences within Dubai (except Jebel Ali and International Media Production Zone Area)
  • Other pick up point, please contact us

Pick-Up Time:

  • Pick Up Time : 8:00 – 8:30 AM
  • Drop Off Time: 12:30 – 1:00 PM (Approximate)

Price Includes

  • Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization Ticket
  • Water during the Tour

Price Excludes

  • Any Private Expenses
What to Expect

Sharjah City Tour starts by picking you up in the morning anywhere in Dubai or Sharjah. We then drive into Sharjah, with our first stop at Sharjah Cultural Square. The place is famous for its traditional houses. We continue our tour to the Heart of Sharjah which is the Sharjah Heritage Village and Museum and Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization.

After that, we will proceed to the Central Market where you can buy souvenirs. Or you might end adding collections to your jewelry box from the Sharjah gold Market. Once you tried your Barter skills in the Sharjah Souqs and now you are tired of bargaining, just relaxed and wonder round the Blue Souq and see for yourselfone of its kind beauty and architecture of the buildings inside the Blue Souq.

Final stop is the Eye of Emirates in Qanat Al Qasba. A giant air conditioned Ferris wheel where if you decide to take the ride you will have the chance to see Sharjah city through what is named as the bird’s view of Sharjah.

Sharjah might not be big as Abu Dhabi or Dubai, but the rich culture and preservation of heritage will definitely inspire you to come back.


Sharjah Cultural Square

Impressive illustration of Islamic architecture and the sculpture of the Holy Quran.

Heritage Village and Museum

It will show you some traditional highlights and culture of Emirati people in Sharjah.

Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization

Have different displays of important Islamic artworks and artifacts from the past centuries.

Sharjah Blue Souq

The most notable landmark of Sharjah. It was named as the Blue Souq because of the Blue color tiles that was used to decorate the Souq.

Qanat Al Qasba’s Emirates Eye

An observatory wheel which rises 60 metres into the air and will allow you to glimpse a breathtaking view of Sharjah and nearly Dubai.

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Family Traveller

Fun tours Dubai is honestly the best possible experience one can have in Dubai, not only was the package amazing we got a driver who I’d highly recommended ( Noor Islam Khan) . He was fun and made our safari experience one to remember. Thank you to Noor and fun tours you made my trip one I’ll remember. I’ll be back!!!!!

October 31, 2016


Couple Traveller

A very good experience with a professional driver, Noor. He was very nice and friendly! The afternoon activities and the meal were also very good.

May 24, 2016

Violeta B

Family Traveller

Tour was amazing! definitely one of the best choices during short stay in Dubai. Our tour guide was exceptionally nice and patient (too bad I don’t remember his name that to mention …) and of course excellent driving experience ☺

April 5, 2016


Family Traveller

Well they give you very good value for money with this excursion ,and our driver K D from Pakistan was brilliant . A real asset to fun tours and made our day with his knowlage of Dubai and calm patience throughout our day .

February 25, 2016


Family Traveller

We thoroughly enjoyed our city tour and desert safari. Our driver and guide, NOOR, was outstanding. He has an awesome personality and is an excellent driver on the sand dunes (even coming to the rescue of another driver who was stuck, where others had failed). And he takes great photos too! Highly recommended.

January 29, 2016
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