From Alexander the Great and the Roman Empire to Genghis Khan and the 19th  Century colonial powers, the countries of the Middle East have been indelibly marked by conquerors and invaders, yet their own ancient civilisations have contributed in equal measure to the fascinating and fabled heritage of the Middle East as we know it today. Yet with a long and distinguished character, vistas that stir the soul and an enduring sense of timelessness, such decadence is matched pound for pound with cultural integrity.


A strategic heavyweight contender on the world economic stage, thanks largely to its brimming oil reserves, means that glittering opulence and impeccable service come as standard on any Middle East holiday itinerary. Dubai and Abu Dhabi holidays offer the ultimate in glamour and world-first architecture, and in Abu Dhabi you can have a fun desert adventure. Oman holidays are the perfect combination of culture, desert and coast, providing a rewarding contrast with the UAE. Whilst the warmth and charm of the people of Iran will astound you, as will the country itself.


Management Team Ed Granville


Middle East Specialist




Following the lead set by neighbouring Dubai, Oman is fast becoming the next sought-after destination on the Arabian Peninsula thanks to its stunning beaches, rich ancestry, beautiful vistas and guaranteed sunshine. Your adventure will undoubtedly include Muscat, but take time to explore the incredible mountains and the endless, undulating dunes of the Wahiba Sands. MORE
Bahla, Oman

United Arab Emirates

The variety on offer in Dubai and Abu Dhabi ensures their popularity for a hit of reliable heat. In the United Arab Emirates there are five-star hotels where the service is well-nigh perfect and beaches are impeccably raked, waterparks and camel races, wadi bashing and golf. With super-malls carrying every label that has ever graced Bond Street, the diversions on offer mean nobody gets bored. MORE
Dubai in the United Arab Emirates

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