RAS AL KHAIMAH

Surrounded by the hazy Hajar Mountains, Ras Al Khaimah is the UAE’s northern most emirate. From its golden beaches, lush mangroves and terracotta deserts, to the towering Hajar mountains bordering Oman, this hidden gem offers a truly authentic Arabian experience. Located just 45 minutes from Dubai International Airport, it is well connected via the National Highway. Ras Al Khaimah offers light adventure activities, cultural experiences, world-class resorts and a still undiscovered wilderness for the explorer in you.

BUSINESS IN RAS AL KHAIMAH

Ras Al Khaimah has become a true trading and industrial hub with an economy that continues to expand and thrive. Growth has been exponential in Ras Al Khaimah in recent years, resulting in a free-trade zone, luxury beachfront resorts, high-end residential area, and new leisure facilitie. Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone is striving to provide lucrative business opportunities to world’s most dynamic companies. Hence, also boosting the scope of MICE in Ras Al Khaimah.

ATTRACTIONS IN RAS AL KHAIMAH

MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE

Get into the nature and take part in exciting adventure activities while taking in the sights of what Ras al Khaimah Mountains, Desert, Mangroves and Coast has to offer.

BEDOUIN OASIS DESERT CAMP

Discover ancient desert lifestyle and get close to nature while indulging in the delicious cuisine. Join the tribe at Bedouin Oasis.

WATER SPORTS

With a wide variety of activities,from scuba diving, sailing, water skiing, jet skiing, parasailing and fishing, Ras Al Khaimah is the perfect destination for water sports.

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF RAS AL KHAIMAH

For a glimpse into the local past, visit this thoughtfully curated exhibit in an 18th-century fort. Besides the usual ethnological assortment, this museum is also home to some nifty artefacts.

JEBEL JAIS FLIGHT

Ras Al Khaimah’s Jebel Jais – the highest mountain in the UAE, is home to the world’s longest zipline. Thrill-seekers and adrenaline junkies will travel at speeds of up to 120kph to 150kph at a height of 1,680 metres above sea level on top of Jebel Jais mountain.