THE MIDDLE EAST

THE MIDDLE EAST

From Dubai’s prominent Burj Al Arab Jumeirah to Oman’s mountain terrains, the contrasting landscapes of each of the countries offer a distinctive outlook. Enriched in history, The Middle East has recently begun to replicate the Western lifestyle while remaining true to its heritage.

 

From multi-centre holidays to cruises along the Gulf, here at Llandaff Travel, we are on hand to help you embark on the trip of a lifetime. Whether you are looking for some holiday inspiration or have a burning question, contact us today.

From Dubai’s prominent Burj Al Arab Jumeirah to Oman’s mountain terrains, the contrasting landscapes of each of the countries offer a distinctive outlook. Enriched in history, The Middle East has recently begun to replicate the Western lifestyle while remaining true to its heritage.

 

From multi-centre holidays to cruises along the Gulf, here at Llandaff Travel, we are on hand to help you embark on the trip of a lifetime. Whether you are looking for some holiday inspiration or have a burning question, contact us today.

OMAN

The friendly locals are on hand to guide you and introduce you to the country’s heritage and culture.

 

A hive of activity for both locals and tourists, Oman is somewhat contrasting to the newly appointed modern-day life of its United Arabian Emirates neighbours. Mountain terrains offer a backdrop to the white buildings that fill the foreground of many of the coastal towns, while small villages boast a traditional way of life and unspoiled landscape.

 

In the north of Oman lies the Fjords of Musandam. Cruise the peaceful waters that surround the country on board a small boat or kayak. Alternatively, located in the heart of the country, the Nizwa Fort offers a taste of traditional Omani architecture.

 

The capital city of Oman, Muscat shines a light on the history of the country. 16th-century forts, grand Mosques and cultural complexes filled with Omani artefacts offer an insight into the heritage and culture of the country. Boasting impeccable views of the sprawling desert, mountains and modern buildings including the Palm Mall and resorts, the port city of Sohar enables visitors to explore the antiquity of Oman.

 

From cruises to stopovers, uncover the wealth of holidays choices that can be encountered in Oman. Alternatively, contact us today for more information.

OMAN

The friendly locals are on hand to guide you and introduce you to the country’s heritage and culture.

 

A hive of activity for both locals and tourists, Oman is somewhat contrasting to the newly appointed modern-day life of its United Arabian Emirates neighbours. Mountain terrains offer a backdrop to the white buildings that fill the foreground of many of the coastal towns, while small villages boast a traditional way of life and unspoiled landscape.

 

In the north of Oman lies the Fjords of Musandam. Cruise the peaceful waters that surround the country on board a small boat or kayak. Alternatively, located in the heart of the country, the Nizwa Fort offers a taste of traditional Omani architecture.

 

The capital city of Oman, Muscat shines a light on the history of the country. 16th-century forts, grand Mosques and cultural complexes filled with Omani artefacts offer an insight into the heritage and culture of the country. Boasting impeccable views of the sprawling desert, mountains and modern buildings including the Palm Mall and resorts, the port city of Sohar enables visitors to explore the antiquity of Oman.

 

From cruises to stopovers, uncover the wealth of holidays choices that can be encountered in Oman. Alternatively, contact us today for more information.

qatar

QATAR

Gulf shorelines and unimpeachable deserts border the peninsula of Qatar. Doha, the capital city, boasts idyllic visions as the blazing sunrises, or sets, reflecting remarkable hues of pinks, yellows and blues on the side of the newly appointed skyscrapers.

 

Away from the capital city, Qatar is home to various beaches and seaside resorts including Al Khor and Mesaieed. Relax in the glorious sun on the beachfront or catch a rare sighting of camels crossing the desert. If you seek adventure, board an inland sea safari and venture Qatar’s deserts.

 

From city tours to a multi-centred holiday, contact us today for our expert advice and first-hand experience on how to spend your time in Qatar.

qatar

QATAR

Gulf shorelines and unimpeachable deserts border the peninsula of Qatar. Doha, the capital city, boasts idyllic visions as the blazing sunrises, or sets, reflecting remarkable hues of pinks, yellows and blues on the side of the newly appointed skyscrapers.

 

Away from the capital city, Qatar is home to various beaches and seaside resorts including Al Khor and Mesaieed. Relax in the glorious sun on the beachfront or catch a rare sighting of camels crossing the desert. If you seek adventure, board an inland sea safari and venture Qatar’s deserts.

 

From city tours to a multi-centred holiday, contact us today for our expert advice and first-hand experience on how to spend your time in Qatar.

united-arab-emirates

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Sandy beaches, luxurious resorts, iconic places of worship and modern-day architecture span the somewhat newly discovered United Arab Emirates. From Abu Dhabi to Dubai, Ajman to Ras al Khaimah, discover Arabia on a multi-centre holiday.

 

A thriving city discovered in the late 1960’s Dubai has transformed from a deserted location to a vibrant city. Attracting travellers from across the globe that seek a luxurious break, the city amalgamates a traditional Arabian aura with a modern lifestyle that oozes glamour. Offering the best of both worlds, Dubai’s beaches compliment the city skyscrapers and mosques. Dine at top restaurants or enjoy brunch on the beach. Delve into the culture of the new country as you visit the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque or relax at the prominent Palm Island. The modern-day skyscrapers and iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeirah along with lavish accommodation and architecture sprawls the desert location.

 

Away from the bright city lights of Dubai, Ras al Khaimah is most popular for its extending Arabian Gulf beaches. Almost worlds apart from its bordering countries, large mosque’s are the countries main form of architecture. From stopovers to family holidays, beach vacations to honeymoons, discover our holiday choices for the United Arab Emirates.

united-arab-emirates

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Sandy beaches, luxurious resorts, iconic places of worship and modern-day architecture span the somewhat newly discovered United Arab Emirates. From Abu Dhabi to Dubai, Ajman to Ras al Khaimah, discover Arabia on a multi-centre holiday.

 

A thriving city discovered in the late 1960’s Dubai has transformed from a deserted location to a vibrant city. Attracting travellers from across the globe that seek a luxurious break, the city amalgamates a traditional Arabian aura with a modern lifestyle that oozes glamour. Offering the best of both worlds, Dubai’s beaches compliment the city skyscrapers and mosques. Dine at top restaurants or enjoy brunch on the beach. Delve into the culture of the new country as you visit the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque or relax at the prominent Palm Island. The modern-day skyscrapers and iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeirah along with lavish accommodation and architecture sprawls the desert location.

 

Away from the bright city lights of Dubai, Ras al Khaimah is most popular for its extending Arabian Gulf beaches. Almost worlds apart from its bordering countries, large mosque’s are the countries main form of architecture. From stopovers to family holidays, beach vacations to honeymoons, discover our holiday choices for the United Arab Emirates.