Still looking for something to do this Eid?Gather your friends and loved ones, and consider planning a scenic adventure—here’s a guide
Whoever said outdoor adventures are only for winter has never really explored the hidden gems of the UAE. Even as the temperature rises, you can still cool off outside in the comfort of your air-conditioned home.
Step outside, breathe in the fresh air, soak up the beauty of nature, and enjoy the warm wind blowing over your face. The United Arab Emirates is home to several weather-tested attractions. So, believe it or not, you can even sit back, relax, and unwind in the sun this season.
Here are six places to check:
la fisa dam
Photo courtesy of Visit Sharjah
Sharjah’s famous reservoirs are not to be missed on the way to Khor Fakkan.
Not only is the Al Rafisah Dam a picturesque tourist attraction, it is also an important piece of infrastructure that plays a vital role in storing and supplying water to the surrounding area.
Nestled in the majestic Hajar Mountains, this destination is a peaceful escape from city life. Tranquil streams of water cascade against a backdrop of rugged mountains, creating a refreshing scene not found anywhere else.
Al Ain Oasis
Al Ain, known as the Garden City of the UAE, offers a refreshing getaway for tourists looking to escape the heat.
The numerous date palms that form the oasis provide much-needed shade and create a cozy environment for summer explorers.
Plan your visit early morning or late afternoon to avoid the hottest times of the day.
Jubail Mangrove Park
Walk through the mangroves of Abu Dhabi – if you’re lucky, you’ll be able to spot turtles, herons and gazelles that roam the area.
Just 30 minutes from the city, this mangrove park acts as a barrier between the sea and the coast. Whether you’re a bird watcher, a nature lover, or a passionate photographer, this place offers a fascinating experience.
The country’s tallest mountain, located in Ras Al Khaimah, offers not only breathtaking views but also exciting activities such as hiking and zip lining. Also, as you know, the higher the altitude, the cooler the temperature.
Adventurers will also enjoy the journey up the mountain—with stunning views at every turn and sharp turn.
Like Jebel Jais, the mountain offers both stunning vistas and a range of recreational activities. Visitors are sure to enjoy the journey to the summit – stopping at the picturesque spot for panoramic views of the city and its surrounding oasis.
If you don’t want to drive long distances, why not find the easiest way to cool down this summer? Take a dip in the crystal clear waters of the country’s many beaches.