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Abu Dhabi on the rise as popular holiday destination

Tempo Holidays and Abu Dhabi Tourism have teamed up this month to showcase one of the Arabian Peninsula’s most exciting holiday destinations.    

 

Highlighting the entire Emirate, this campaign focuses on the four pillars of tourism; Culture, Luxury, Adventure and Beaches. All of which Abu Dhabi exhibits, from the cultural capital city, to luxury desert resorts and sweeping white sandy beaches of the coastline islands that form part of Arabia’s largest wildlife reserves. 

 

Sheikh Zayed Mosque (Image Shutterstock)

 

Abu Dhabi is rising in popularity as it appeals to the adventure thrill seeker, those that just want to relax on the beach or immerse themselves in history and culture. 

 

To spark interest Tempo Holidays are offering a 10% discount on three of their most popular and diverse tours, plus including free entrance to the brand new Louvre Museum. The Louvre is the first of three designed by Pritzker Prize winners, the museums will define the island's Cultural District and become one of the world's greatest collections of cultural institution.  

 

Included in the deal is Tempo's Luxury Desert Escape. This four day package spends 2 nights at the luxurious Qasr Al Sarab where you can take part in a host of exciting desert themed activities including camel trekking, desert walks and falconry. The package ends with a night in Abu Dhabi where you have the opportunity to explore the recently opened Louvre Museum.  

 

Prices now start from A$965 per person and includes three nights accommodation with breakfasts and all transfers.   

 

Other packages available include three day Taste of Abu Dhabi, with prices now starting from A$260 and five day Abu Dhabi Island Safari A$1050 per person.   

    

Conditions apply. Book by 28 Feb 2018 to receive discount. Valid for travel dates 1 Feb – 31 Oct 2018. For more information email [email protected] or call 1300 362 844.

 

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Published: 25 January 2018

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