Ras Al Khaimah
Whether you are looking for a leisurely sea cruise or something a little more exciting, Ras Al Khaimah has something for all energy levels, both onshore and offshore
Authentic and generous hospitality is an essential component of Arabian culture. Ras Al Khaimah offers a diverse collection of hotels and resorts, ranging from boutique to luxurious five-star
From thrilling and challenging sporting events to proud celebrations of culture and heritage Ras Al Khaimah is known for its hospitable welcome
Date: 10.02.2017 Time: 8:00 PM Location: Al Hamra Residence & Village
Date: 10.02.2017 Time: 7:00 Am Location: Al Qawasim Corniche
Date: 17.02.2017 - 23.02.2017 Location: Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research, 4th Floor, RAK Gas Building
Our personal pick of top experiences in Ras Al Khaimah made just for you!
Dubai and Abu Dhabi are grabbing all the attention in the UAE. However, in their shadows hides an underrated by many tourists emirate of Ras Al Khaimah. What is so special in this emirate?
There is nothing quite like the great outdoors, and those who know this to be true will be happy to find that the dramatic and diverse landscapes of Ras Al Khaimah, ranging from shimmering shorelines to majestic mountain peaks to terracotta deserts with towering sand dunes, provide an oasis of exciting, outdoor activities for all ages and interests to enjoy.
Disappear in the rugged mountains and wadis of southern Ras Al Khaimah for your second day. Pack your 4WDs and pick one of our recommended routes towards Masafi and experience a life far removed from the glitz and glamour of the cities.
Ras Al Khaimah, the northern-most emirate of the UAE, offers its visitors a truly authentic Arabian experience; from its golden beaches, lush mangroves and terracotta deserts, to the towering Hajar Mountains bordering Oman.
October half term is always a week that everybody looks forward to: School is out, the whole family is together and there’s still a little time left before the winter weather rolls in. It’s the perfect chance to take a holiday break. The only difficult part is finding a destination that’s truly family-friendly.