Saroma helps you to explore Dubai city introducing you to both the new and the old Dubai with excursions to the desert or through wadis (dried up river beds), Hajar Mountains, sandy beaches of the East Coast. A visit to the camel market at Al Ain, Dhow building yard in Ajman ,tours by helicopter, a ride in a boat or dhow (a traditional wooden vessel).
Golf, water sports, bird-watching, archeology and many other such activities.
Dubai's Heritage Sites:
There are many historic buildings and sites in Dubai.
Al Fahidi Fort houses the Dubai Museum was built in 1787. Galleries recreate scenes from the Creek, traditional Arab houses, mosques, the souk, date farms and desert and marine life.
Sheikh Saeed’s House
The official residence of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai and grandfather of the present Ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. The house has a collection of rare historic photographs, coins, stamps and documents.
The old district of Bastakiya reflects the glory of Old Dubai. It is the largest concentration of traditional courtyard houses in Dubai.
Hatta Heritage Village
Nestled among the Hajjar Mountains, Hatta village of the 16th century is an excellent example of traditional village architecture of Dubai.
Burj Nahar is watchtower built in 1870. Today, it stands tall in the picturesque gardens in Deira
Sheikh Obaid bin Thani House
Located in the Shindagha area near Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House, it was built in 1916. The house is made of stone and mud with traditional style windows, doors and facades.
Al Shindagha Area, Al Ahmadiya School &Heritage House, Naif Fort in Deira, Majlis Ghorfat Um-Al Sheif, Bur Dubai Creekside Promenade and Jumeriah are places of interest that showcase ancient Dubai.