The Emirate of Abu Dhabi (/ˌæbuː ˈdɑːbi/, /ˌɑː-/, or /-ˈdæ-/; Arabic: إمارة أبوظبي Imārat Abū Ẓaby, pronounced [ʔabuː ˈðˤɑbi]), is one of seven emirates that constitute the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It is the largest emirate by area (67,340 km), accounting for approximately 87 percent of the total land area of the federation. Abu Dhabi also has the largest population of the seven emirates. In June 2011, it was estimated to be 2,120,700 people, of which, 439,100 people (less than 21%) were Emirati citizens, which has risen to 2.3 million in 2012.
Restaurants in Emirate of Abu Dhabi
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Emirates Bio Farm, the largest privately owned organic farm in the United Arab Emirates has created a fully integrated tourism center to allow visitors to experience farming in a safe and fun environment. The facilities include a farm shop, outside dining/gathering area, experience center, greenhouse restaurant as well as an Arabian tent overlooking the farm and open desert dunes. Visitors can participate in tractor tours that run hourly every weekend, a fun activity for the whole family, inspiring a healthy and active lifestyle as well as an enjoyable bonding experience in the midst of nature itself. Hop onto our educational tractor tour around the farm and immerse yourself in the refreshing greenery of our fields and greenhouses. On the tour you will learn about organic and sustainable farming methods, as well as have a chance to harvest your own vegetables! Just watch the kids light up as they harvest from the fields and connect with nature.
This is a very family friendly event, great for young children. The highlight of the trip was our tour guide who was passionate, witty, easy going and fun loving. Whilst I loved the visit, here are my suggestions: - have two types of tours - family (targeted to those with children under 10) and adults. - have more information about the farming. I was so eager to see and learn about the chicken farm, but due to the risk of infection we weren’t allowed to go near the hens. A live streamed video in the waiting area with the key facts would have been a great idea. - get rid of the plastic! For an organic farm, to receive my dine in juice in a plastic disposable cup and straw was a bit out of character to the message they were conveying. - add more animal interactions. I loved the goats at the entrance. They are the most well loved, friendly and fed goats in the region! But some more animals around would have been a hit. I.e ducks, a camel, a cow, a few unquarantined chickens, horse and donkey. - to expand the tour, show the composting process, the planting process etc. have a longer tour where you can harvest more (pay for what you pick) and plant the new crops. Total time spent - 2 hours.
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Al Ain camel market is a tourist hotspot. Many of them come from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and other emirates to see camels. They love to take pictures of them and obtain first-hand information about them.
Enjoy the mix nature of desert and oasis, fire place and green vegetables and fruits, animals, chickens to be able to pick up your own fruit or vegetables, eggs, dates and other seasonal agricultural products organic and grown fresh for instant pick.
Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club certified and licensed by economic development and the Emirates Equestrian Federation provides horse riding services and activities suitable for visitors, a lounge and a private pool chalet, a bicycle track, a restaurant, a café, a gift shop and an equestrian shop.
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