Abu Dhabi is an up-and coming destination for South Africans.
There are plenty of exciting activities to fill an incentive itinerary. Take a look at the following:
Arriving early morning, delegates can take a two-hour transfer to the Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort. This is not only a desert oasis resort, but also a museum where authentic Arabian artefacts are on display. There they can take part in sand sports, dune bashing and traditional falconry. Afterwards, delegates can have cocktails on the Royal Pavilion under the stars and indulge in Arabian cuisine Bedouin style, yet in five-star luxury.
Groups can experience camel trekking at dawn and watch the sun rise over the Empty Quarter dunes. After breakfast, they can make their way back to the city, where they can take in the culture of Abu Dhabi at the Heritage Village, Date Market and the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque – then have dinner at Saadiyat Beach Club, an Ibiza-style private beach club.
Delegates can visit world-class theme parks, including Ferrari World, Yas Waterworld, Legoland, Legoland Water Park, Motiongate, Bollywood and Riverland. Alternatively, they can explore the history of the world at Louvre Abu Dhabi or relax on Yas Beach, one of Abu Dhabi’s most popular beaches. Groups can then have dinner at the landmark Emirates Palace and round off the evening with a gold-leaf cappuccino featuring the company’s logo.
The tour can end with an Arabian Gulf cruise on the Belevari catamaran. Guests can enjoy an on-board dinner and sundowners after frolicking in the warm Arabian waters. The Abu Dhabi skyline at night is a unique experience in itself, with magnificent views of the Presidential Palace and Emirates Palace.
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