• Visit the emirates of Sharjah and Ajman on a 4-hour tour
  • See Ajman’s museum housed in an ancient fort
  • Stop off at the Al Majarrah Souq, Souq Al Arsah, and even a fish market
  • Explore the Bait Al Naboodah family house
  • Admire the King Faisal Mosque and Pearl Monument


Enjoy an opportunity to see the emirates of Sharjah and Ajman on a half-day tour from Dubai.

Ajman, located a short distance northeast of Sharjah’s capital city, is the smallest of the 7 emirates. Visit Ajman’s museum, housed in an ancient fort, which served as the ruler’s palace.

Drive back into Sharjah, with a stop at the cultural roundabout, and proceed to the Al Majarrah Souq. Next you will see the Bait Al Naboodah family house which has been converted into the heritage museum.

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