About Us – Jules

About Us

Leisure is Sactuary of Life

Introduction

We are engaged in Dubai tourism business! Our primary function centers around business travel services, all kind of visa arrangements, incentive, leisure (family and students) inbound and outbound tours. Our organization is equipped with highly trained professionals who work within a team of dedicated travel consultants from a wide range of nationalities to serve our clients both VIP and international.

We work to have a global presence along with our partners in the aviation and leisure industry so that we can give our customers a pleasurable experience while staying in the UAE. Our expertise and quality of service is what sets us apart as we offer diversity, service and choice.

Vision

  • To be a prominent leader in the whole tourism industry globally.
  • To provide highest quality of service that satisfies our customers need.
  • To develop products and services to meet the market requirements respectively.
  • To maintain competitive prices.

Our History

7th century
16th century
16th century
18th century
1819
1820
1835
1853
1873
1892
1952
1970
1971 December 2
1972

7th century

The peoples of this region are converted into Islam.

16th century

With increased sea traffic along its coast, piracy becomes increasingly important part of local economy.

16th century

The Portuguese starts trade here.

18th century

The British starts trade in this region.

1819

British navy launches attacks on the pirate strongholds.

1820

The British force the shaykhs to a sign a treaty ending piracy; piracy was reduced by not eradicated.

1835

Piracy ends, following more British pressure.

1853

A treaty signed between the shaykhs and the British. The region is given the name of ‘Trucial coast’.

1873

The Trucial Coast becomes administered by the British.

1892

A new agreement, the shaykhs gives the British effective control over foreign matters. The British offers military protection in return.

1952

The seven emirates establishes a Trucial Council.

1970

Independence is given to the Emirates.

1971 December 2

The United Arab Emirates is established and is made up of six of the Emirates.

1972

Ras al-Khaima joins the United Arab Emirates.

The United Arab Emirates

Dubai

Dubai is one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on the Arab Gulf. Its emirate’s main city, sometimes called “Dubai City” to distinguish it from the emirate.

Abu Dhabi

Second largest emirate of the UAE after Dubai is Abu Dhabi. A majority of the emirate’s revenues are from tourism. This increased attention, coinciding with its emergence as a world business hub has also highlighted potential human rights quagmires concerning its largely immigrant workforce.

 

Sharjah

The modernized town of Sharjah on the Arab Gulf, is the third largest town and has been developed especially as an art museum, cultural, and educational center as well as a commercial center. Formerly a British protectorate, Sharjah was the site of a British base until 1971.

Ajman

The town of Ajman lies on the coast of the Arabian Gulf. It comprises the Ruler’s office, companies, banks and commercial markets. Ajman is the smallest of the seven emirates but with a charm all its own. Ajman has the distinction of possessing the Emirates’ largest boat-building yards.

Ras Al Khaimah

Ras Al-Khaimah is ruled by Sheikh Saqr bin Mohammad al-Qassimi. It is served by the Ras Al Khaimah International Airport.The city has two main sections Old Ras Al Khaimah and Nakheel on either side of the creek which flows through Ras Al Khaimah.

 

Fujairah

Fujairah is prominent among the Emirates and a favorite tourist destination. Fujairah is the UAE’s most scenically attractive Emirate with its picturesque fortresses, dramatic mountain scenery, unspoilt beaches and a salubrious climate.

Umm AL Quwain

The scream of people as they jump off their planes can be heard in the air, the smell of burnt rubber looms over the area and the booming sound of shotguns fired into the air awakens people from their dreamy state. Umm-al-Quain is the fastest growing spot for extreme sports.Umm Al Quwain is situated between Ajman and Ras Al Khaimah on the West coast.

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