The long wait is finally over
After months of closure and challenging times, The Department of Culture & Tourism – Abu Dhabi has announced resumption of cruise liners from 21st September.
“We are delighted to welcome all cruise liners back to Abu Dhabi after the repercussions of Covid-19 scenario. This step comes part of the leading efforts to enliven the Emirate’s tourism sector after the impressive results we’ve achieved in combatting the spread of the pandemic, and yet another step towards strengthening the UAE capital’s position as a world-class hub for maritime tourism.
We will continue to work closely with our partners at Abu Dhabi Ports to further boost the maritime tourism sector and attract more businesses and tourists providing them with unparalleled services and experiences while exploring Abu Dhabi and its diverse offerings.” said HE Ali Al Shaiba, Executive Director of Tourism and Marketing at DCT Abu Dhabi.
Cruise passengers visiting Abu Dhabi can be assured that every measure to safeguard their health and safety during their stay is being undertaken.
A series of great events are coming your way with including projects & events as well as participation in International events to promote this destination to global audiences. Abu Dhabi is also seeing the development of several landmark projects, such as Al Qana, the 2.4 kilometres canal project, World’s first Warner Bros Hotel, Waterfront of Al Qana, near the Grand Canal, the largest aquarium in the Middle East and Snow Abu Dhabi – the world’s largest indoor snow park with 11,660 square meters, all set to open later this year.
A great summer withal!