A&B Tours offers creative and innovative ideas to allow the maximum enjoyment of the richness of our country, providing an agile, personalized and efficient service, with the backing of professionals of vast experience in the field of tourism.
Among the services offered by the company stands out the coordination of itineraries for individuals or groups, including hotel reservations, transport, tours, car rentals, local flights, logistical support activities and any other special requirements necessary.
We always work thinking of you, of your needs, but above all, of your expectations. We know that every detail
is important, and for this reason make our best effort to care for all those "little things" which will always make
the difference so that your trip will be exceptional.
Our service is characterized by being flexible and creative in the design of itineraries; for this we are diligent in
the selection of our transport personnel, guides and all those persons involved in the operation.
Our clients come from several countries from various parts of the world and every day we expand our horizons
to work with new markets from all over the world.
Visit the United Arab Emirates, enjoy its scenery and charms, and let A&B Tours take care of all the details.
To strengthen our position as the leading tourism company by providing quality, creative, innovative,
competitive and socially responsible services in the region.
We are a team that creates unique and socially responsible travel experiences, providing services beyond
We distinguish ourselves through our strong commitment to improve and to inspire.
We commit to fulfil the needs of the persons, the interested parties and the environment through our work,
maximizing the company’s resources.
We are reliable and trustworthy in all our relationships.
We encourage harmony and warmth between persons, considering human diversity.
We are prompt, proactive, careful and impassionate in complying with our tasks.
Comprised of little more than sand dunes, crumbling forts and fishing villages a century ago, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has grown into a show-stopping, headline-grabbing destination which
offers an intriguing blend of traditional Islamic culture and rampant consumerism.
Powered largely (but by no means exclusively) by oil wealth, the UAE today is defined by opulent resort hotels, ultra-modern architecture and a seemingly unending thirst for new and innovative mega-projects. Manmade islands in the shape of palm trees? Tick. Billionaire royals taking over
Premiership football clubs? Tick. Tallest building on the planet? Naturally.
Seven separate emirates make up the country, but visitor attention falls mainly on Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Both are home to an ever-growing spread of luxury accommodation, gourmet restaurants, branded nightclubs and gleaming shopping malls. Dubai’s most iconic sights include the sail-shaped
“7-star” hotel Burj Al Arab, the Burj Khalifa skyscraper and the sea-themed Atlantis Resort, which are microcosms of the UAE’s lofty ambitions.
The regular fountain show in the Downtown area rivals that of the Bellagio in Las Vegas, while vast shopping complexes like Dubai Mall (complete with one of the world’s largest aquariums) and Mall of the Emirates (complete with ski slope) are packed with premium international labels.
Abu Dhabi, meanwhile, doesn’t have quite the same verve but boasts some remarkable attractions, from the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque to the Ferrari World theme park. And in both destinations, there’s the option to delve into the UAE’s blend of Islamic culture and modernity, from spice souks
to falcon hospitals. Meanwhile, the vast natural desert offers endless discoveries via exciting modes of transport from hot air balloon and quad bike to helicopter or sandboard.
And don’t be dazzled by Abu Dhabi and Dubai alone – the other emirates are also worthy of exploration. Among them, coastal Fujairah offers nature walks and a host of outdoor adventures,
including mountain biking and scuba diving, while Ras al-Khamiah has excellent off-road driving and hiking in the rugged Hajar Mountains.