Where We Go

With Kurban Tours, all you have to do is to decide where you, your family, employees or business partners wants to go for a trip, either it is leisure or MICE travel (Meeting, Incentives, conference, events) within the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Lebanon or any other international destination, we’ll take care of every other tedious detail.

Lebanon was as much a cultural melting pot in past centuries as it is today. The country benefits from a rich history, to which a number of archaeological treasures still stand in testament.

Located on the eastern edge of the Arabian Peninsula, the Sultanate of Oman is bordered by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the West, and the Republic of Yemen to the South.

The UAE was created as a federation and became a unified independent sovereign state in 1971. Dubai is the second largest of the seven Emirates and ranks as the country’s leading commercial centre.

East Meditteranean

Lebanon

Lebanon was as much a cultural melting pot in past centuries as it is today. The country benefits from a rich history, to which a number of archaeological treasures still stand in testament. Many civilizations have thrived in Lebanon throughout the ages and within its modest borders are numerous historic and cultural attractions.

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The Spirit of the Union!

United Arab Emirates

Being literally crime-free is not the only thing that makes the United Arab Emirates one of the most attractive places to live in. Its amazing amalgamation of the traditional values of the East and the modern technologies of the West, being a melting pot of various nationalities and cultures living together and working in harmony and a standard of living that is comparable to the world's most advanced nations makes it one of 20th century's success stories.

At the Arabian Peninsula

Oman

Located on the eastern edge of the Arabian Peninsula, the Sultanate of Oman is bordered by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the West, and the Republic of Yemen to the South. The United Arab Emirates lies on the North West, and to the East lies the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman.