Private 4-hour Sharjah and Ajman tour from Dubai See highlights such as Sharjah’s Al Noor Mosque and Al Majaz waterfront gardens View the Etisalat Eye of the Emirates ferris wheel and Al Qasba area Visit Sharjah Maritime Museum and Sharjah Aquarium, home to 150 marine species Stroll and shop inside the Arabesque-style Blue Souk Private guide for a personalized experience, with private transport and hotel pickup and drop-off included Price per group, based on a maximum of four travelers


Take time out from Dubai to see neighboring Sharjah and Ajman on a private 4-hour tour. Both cities merge into one lively metropolitan area, and boast scenic waterfronts, gardens, mosques, museums, and souks. Admire the Al Noor Mosque and Etisalat Eye of the Emirates ferris wheel, and take in Sharjah Maritime Museum and Sharjah Aquarium


4 hours (Approx.)

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