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Adventure

Dubai

Dubai claims to be the world’s fastest-growing city, and over the past four decades, this city has metamorphosed from a small Gulf trading port to become one of the world’s most exciting, and futuristic urban destinations. Fueled in part by petrodollars, its people’s ability is to dream the impossible.

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Jebel Jais

Jebel Jais is the highest peak in the UAE. At 1934metres this mountain is occasionally dusted with snow. The switchback road snakes dramatically up the mountainside delivering us vistas of barren, eroded cliffs, deep canyons and warped escarpments around every bend. 

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Liwa Oasis

The Liwa Oasis is a 150-kilometre arc of villages and farms hugging the edge of the Rub Al Khali or Empty Quarter desert and is an endless landscape of undulating dunes, shimmering in shades of gold, apricot and pink.

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Sharjah

Dubai may have its flashy tall buildings and shop-till-you-drop malls, but neighboring Sharjah is more subtle in its approach. Here they have forgone the glitz to concentrate on the culture and history. Some may be put off by its conservative reputation when it comes to alcohol.

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Sir Bani Yas Island

This 87square kilometre desert island in the country's remote far west, with craggy interiors, swoops down to acacia-studded plains formerly the private retreat of UAE founding father Sheikh Zayed. His resolve and love of animals have inspired him to turn it into a wildlife reserve and bring together native species back from the brink of extinction.

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Cultural, Historic or World Heritage Site

Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi, the sprawling capital of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, sits elegantly off the mainland along the seashore. A city where age-old Emirati culture meets sky-high buildings and creates an ambience to make a perfect balance between the two worlds. 

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Al Ain

Al Ain was once an essential pit-stop on the caravan route between Oman and the Gulf and fed by natural springs and set amid date-palm plantations. However, this is the birthplace of the United Arab Emirates' founding father, Sheikh Zayed. A sprawling modern city, radiating outwards from the green heart of its central oasis, with a distinctly laid-back experience

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Dibba

Dibba town is a geopolitical oddity, sitting snugly between orange-tinged, rugged mountains and the sea, and straddling not only two different emirates but across the border into Oman's Musandam Peninsula.

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Dubai

Dubai claims to be the world’s fastest-growing city, and over the past four decades, this city has metamorphosed from a small Gulf trading port to become one of the world’s most exciting, and futuristic urban destinations. Fueled in part by petrodollars, its people’s ability is to dream the impossible.

Learn More »

Hatta

The mountain town of Hatta, dates back several centuries, and here you will travel back in time to an era of citadels, forts and towers in quiet retreat, all nestled securely in the craggy peaks of the Hajar Mountains.

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Jebel Jais

Jebel Jais is the highest peak in the UAE. At 1934metres this mountain is occasionally dusted with snow. The switchback road snakes dramatically up the mountainside delivering us vistas of barren, eroded cliffs, deep canyons and warped escarpments around every bend. 

Learn More »

Liwa Oasis

The Liwa Oasis is a 150-kilometre arc of villages and farms hugging the edge of the Rub Al Khali or Empty Quarter desert and is an endless landscape of undulating dunes, shimmering in shades of gold, apricot and pink.

Learn More »

Sharjah

Dubai may have its flashy tall buildings and shop-till-you-drop malls, but neighboring Sharjah is more subtle in its approach. Here they have forgone the glitz to concentrate on the culture and history. Some may be put off by its conservative reputation when it comes to alcohol.

Learn More »

Sir Bani Yas Island

This 87square kilometre desert island in the country's remote far west, with craggy interiors, swoops down to acacia-studded plains formerly the private retreat of UAE founding father Sheikh Zayed. His resolve and love of animals have inspired him to turn it into a wildlife reserve and bring together native species back from the brink of extinction.

Learn More »

Shopping

Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi, the sprawling capital of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, sits elegantly off the mainland along the seashore. A city where age-old Emirati culture meets sky-high buildings and creates an ambience to make a perfect balance between the two worlds. 

Learn More »

Dubai

Dubai claims to be the world’s fastest-growing city, and over the past four decades, this city has metamorphosed from a small Gulf trading port to become one of the world’s most exciting, and futuristic urban destinations. Fueled in part by petrodollars, its people’s ability is to dream the impossible.

Learn More »

Sharjah

Dubai may have its flashy tall buildings and shop-till-you-drop malls, but neighboring Sharjah is more subtle in its approach. Here they have forgone the glitz to concentrate on the culture and history. Some may be put off by its conservative reputation when it comes to alcohol.

Learn More »

Undiscovered Beaches

Dibba

Dibba town is a geopolitical oddity, sitting snugly between orange-tinged, rugged mountains and the sea, and straddling not only two different emirates but across the border into Oman's Musandam Peninsula.

Learn More »

Sir Bani Yas Island

This 87square kilometre desert island in the country's remote far west, with craggy interiors, swoops down to acacia-studded plains formerly the private retreat of UAE founding father Sheikh Zayed. His resolve and love of animals have inspired him to turn it into a wildlife reserve and bring together native species back from the brink of extinction.

Learn More »

Wildlife

Dubai

Dubai claims to be the world’s fastest-growing city, and over the past four decades, this city has metamorphosed from a small Gulf trading port to become one of the world’s most exciting, and futuristic urban destinations. Fueled in part by petrodollars, its people’s ability is to dream the impossible.

Learn More »

Sir Bani Yas Island

This 87square kilometre desert island in the country's remote far west, with craggy interiors, swoops down to acacia-studded plains formerly the private retreat of UAE founding father Sheikh Zayed. His resolve and love of animals have inspired him to turn it into a wildlife reserve and bring together native species back from the brink of extinction.

Learn More »