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Al Zorah Natural Reserve

The reserve is home to various species of wildlife, Avicennia plants, clear blue waters and sandy beaches, providing a habitat to some 58 species of migrant and native avifauna, as well as marine animals. It is an ideal destination for nature-lovers and is overlooked by a world-class golf course.


Heritage District

A unique tourism destination that is cemented in the UAE’s authenticity, heritage and rich cultural history. The Heritage District is home to antiquities and ancient trees, offering visitors a truly remarkable and well-rounded cultural and recreational experience. The district also houses Ajman Museum and the Old Saleh Souk.

Umm Al Quwain

Al Sinniyah Island

A unique destination that bridges the old with the new, reflecting the history, civilization and ecology of the emirate of Umm Al Quwain. The island is nearly 10 km long and is a habitat for seagulls and flamingos, avicennia plants, various desert flora and is considered a prime tourist destination in the city.

Umm Al Quwain

Umm Al Quwain National Museum

This museum is considered one of the oldest structures in the emirate of Umm Al Quwain and is located inside Al-Ali Fort. It exhibits countless artifacts dating back to hundreds of years, providing a valuable insight of the emirate’s culture and heritage. Visitors can explore its many rooms and discover the way of life and rich traditions of the people who once inhabited the area long back.

Ras Al-Khaimah

Jebel Jais

Part of the northern Hajar mountains, Jebel Jais mountain is considered the highest peak in the UAE, standing at a height of 1,934 metres above sea level. Overlooking the sea, this spectacular landmark promises adrenaline junkies some unforgettable adventures amidst its rugged landscape.

Ras Al-Khaimah

Al Marjan Island

Al Marjan Island attracts tourists and visitors from around the globe, thanks to its breath-taking landscape and backdrops. It is composed of four coral-shaped islands in a man-made archipelago; Breeze, Treasure, Dream and View Island and houses several exquisite resorts and spas. Visitors will can have an exceptional experience here, one that harmoniously blends the clear sea water with the serene desert landscape.

Ras Al-Khaimah

Al Jazirah Al Hamra

Frequented by flocks of both residents and tourists, this island commands a long-standing naval history; owing to its fort, old souk, traditional mosques and dwellings and a small fishermen’s village. It is considered one of the most significant historical and cultural sites in the Arabian peninsula thanks to its rich history, as it was the point of departure for pearl divers. The island also features recreational facilities and a 64-km stretch of serene beaches.


Fujairah Fort

Fujairah Fort is one of the most renowned and largest forts of its kind in the UAE, owing to the pivotal role it played in safeguarding the region throughout history. Constructed in the sixteenth century, the fort comprises three circular and one rectangular tower, elevated at a height of nearly 20 metres above sea level, making it a captivating landmark on the city’s skyline.


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