Umm al-Quwain

Experiential journeys will make you a storyteller

Slipped between the Ras-Al-Khaimah and Ajman along the western bank of the UAE, this lesser-known emirate is a bird watchers’ paradise in the true sense. Covering an area of 800 sq. km Umm Al Quwain is an offbeat destination and its consummate natural bounty will take your breath away. Probably it is the quirkiest of all the emirates of the UAE with very low population, which does not bear the footprints of tourists in the high season and where you will barely come across a skyscraper. But if you want to add richness to your travel experience, this quiet city is one of the worthiest places to visit in the UAE.

Whether you are a nature lover or an adventure buff or a wildlife enthusiast, this less-frequented emirate has too many things in its sleeves for each type of traveller. Some of the must-include activities in your itinerary are Mangrove Island Kayaking, Dhow Building Yard Tour, Daytrip to Dreamland Aquapark, Water-skiing, Wakeboarding, windsurfing and banana boat ride.

The lush lagoons and mud beds of Al Sinniyah Island and Khor Al Beidah offer an ideal habitat for exotic marine and wild animals that are a sight to behold. Being blessed with a virgin coastline, it is unfair to complete your trip without taking a stroll to the Umm-Al-Quwain beach and letting the cool sea breeze relax you.

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