Mohammed Bin Salem Mosque

Excavations revealed the presence of an earlier mosque, dating back to the second half of the 18th century (date as indicated by preliminary analysis of the finds). Historical records indicate a mosque was at this place since the 16th century.


Dhayah Fort


Dhayah Fort, a castle-like structure, is on the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List and stands proud amidst the arid mountains and fertile date wadis of northern Emirate Ras Al Khaimah. The fort forms the centre of this lush oasis and boasts spectacular views from the mountains across palm trees and verdant lands to neighbouring Oman and down to the sea.


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Jebel Jais


Jebel Jais is the highest mountain in the United Arab Emirates is part of the spectacular cloud-piercing Al Hajar mountain range. The range extends from Ras Al Khaimah on the eastern side of the United Arab Emirates to the Musandam Peninsula in northern Oman. It is 100 kilometres in width and 700 kilometres in length, straddles the two countries, and is the highest mountain range in the region.

Jais Flight

Jais Flight is the longest zipline in the world at 2,83km. Soar across jagged mountain peaks and swoop through deep ravines at hair-raising speeds of up to 150 kmph. Three minutes of adrenaline-pumping adventure at 1680 metres above the Arabian Gulf will leave you with a once-in-a-lifetime sense of superhero magic.

jais sky tour

Jais Sky Tour

The Jais Sky Tour takes brave-hearted explorers through a complex route of six ziplines that range from just 337 metres to well over 1 km to experience the thrill of ‘flying’ at an average speed of 60kmph. An adrenaline-pumping experience that’s not for the faint-hearted.

camp 1770

Camp 1770

Explore the great outdoors, camping, sustainable locally cooked food and be at one with your soul and nature. Camp 1770 is the highest camp in the United Arab Emirates. It commands impressive views of the Jebel Jais mountains, abandoned shepherd communities, date farms, busy fishing villages, and the Arabian Gulf’s turquoise waters. Join the challenging nocturnal Summit Series or practice yoga under the stars; Camp 1770 allows you to disconnect from your busy urban life.


Suwaidi Pearls

The United Arab Emirates and Ras Al Khaimah, in particular, have an extraordinary pearl fishing history that dates back over seven millennia. Archaeologists have discovered that Ras Al Khaimah’s pearl industry was thriving in the 12th century, known as the early part of the High Middle Ages or the Age of the Cistercians. Ras Al Khaimah became one of the busiest trading ports in the region because of its pearl industry.

wadi shawka

Wadi Shawka

Wadi Shawka is the best example of a seasonal river bed. Famous for its dam, the beauty spot is renowned for its outdoor pursuits such as cycling, hiking and running. The Jebel Jais mountains give you access to the rare rain-soaked wadi and its ancient ruins, the occasional curious goat, remote camping sites and endless jagged mountain footpaths and trails for hiking.


Bassata Desert Village

Deep in the Ras Al Khaimah desert, you’ll find Bassata Bedouin Camp and Desert Village. Bassata translates into simplicity and is synonymous with the traditional Bedouin way of life. The rich nomadic lifestyle of the Bedouins dates back between 2500 and 3000 BC. They created simple yet beautiful traditions that continue in parts of the Emirate today.


Abra in Ras Al Khaimah Creek

Implemented through four main stations, Corniche Station 1, Corniche Station 2, Hilton Garden In Station, and Manar Mall Station, the Abra is a sustainable transportation method implemented as part of Ras Al Khaimah's 2030 vision.


Flamingo Beach Resort

Ras Al Khaimah is world-famed for its glorious golden beaches interspersed with luxury eco-resorts, creeks and mangroves. Hidden by towering dunes, Flamingo Beach is a favorite hangout for sun worshippers, beachgoers, nature lovers, and water sports enthusiasts. The warm waters and shallow shores make it the ideal beach for families and friends.


RAK Nature's Treasure

RAK Nature’s Treasures allows you to find your inner peace in a sanctuary surrounded by nature. The natural history museum is a private collection of over 2,500 perfectly preserved gemstones, fossils, seashells, preserved insects and bugs, taxidermy animals, birds, herbs and spices from all over the world.


Souq Al Kuwaiti 

Souq Al Kuwaiti consists of many adjoining and adjacent shops close to the former Ras Al Khaimah corniche. The Street has been a favorite for locals and tourists alike where visitors can enjoy an authentic shopping experience seeking out many different types of items, be it clothing, textiles, perfumes, or spices.