Spend the Holi Long Weekend This Year In Abu Dhabi

From waterfronts and mangrove parks, museums housing over 120 masterpieces to the world's largest uninterrupted sand mass - Abu Dhabi has a lot to offer
The Louvre museum and Abu Dhabi's aerial cityscape make for a stunning view
The Louvre museum and Abu Dhabi's aerial cityscape make for a stunning view

With the long weekend approaching for the festival of colour &ndash Holi, Abu Dhabi is offering travelers a unique experience, no matter what it is they are looking for in a destination. If one desires adventure, sun and sand, arts and culture, or luxury and shopping, Abu Dhabi is your answer. Stated to be merely few hours away from India, sharing below how you can spend the long upcoming Holi weekend in the largest emirate city (by area).

Jubail Mangrove Park&nbspis one of the most sought-after destinations in Abu Dhabi that has multiple activities to do within the park like a guided walking tour, kayaking, yoga and e-canoe tours. The Park now has glamping pods on the island at the Pura Eco retreat.

Warner Bros. World&trade Abu Dhabi, spreads across 1.65 million sq. ft with 29 state-of-the-art rides, interactive family-friendly attractions, live entertainment, exclusive stores, and a range of eateries.

Abu Dhabi's stunning waterfront destination Al Qana&nbspstretches across 2.4 km and is home to Middle East&rsquos largest aquarium

The Emirates Park Zoo&nbspis home to many incredible species of animals and gives tourists a chance to get up and close and relatively personal with certain species

Louvre Abu Dhabi the largest art museum in the Arabian Peninsula. The Louvre Abu Dhabi, at Saadiyat Island, Saadiyat Cultural District, is home to over 120 masterpieces including The Virgin and Child by Francesco Traini, The Bohemian by Edouard Manet, Van Gogh, Monet, Degas, Renoir, and many more

Head out into the Empty Quarter - the world's largest uninterrupted sand mass and spend your day dune bashing and riding down some of the world&rsquos tallest desert dunes. The specially designed bicycle with 4.8-inch-wide tyres can tackle enormous slopes. If biking isn&rsquot your thing, you can also sandboard down giant sandbanks, partake in spot of dune bugging, enjoy dawn desert walks, trek on horses or camels or even try dune bashing in 4x4 vehicles.

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