See Rare Animals In Al Ain Zoo – The Biggest Zoo In UAE and The Middle East

While the word “zoo”, might bring images of small enclosed spaces and unhappy animals, the Al Ain Zoo, sometimes known as Al Ain Wildlife Park, couldn’t be anymore different. Though it does have animal exhibits, this place holds value and importance for conservation and gives its wildlife inhabitants plenty of space to run around, constant veterinary care and even has programs to help save threatened … Continue reading See Rare Animals In Al Ain Zoo – The Biggest Zoo In UAE and The Middle East

Arabian Wildlife Center – UAE’s Only Indoor Sanctuary

When the hotter winds start blowing in the UAE, travelers inside the country put away their walking shoes and hope for the summer months to pass soon so they can head outdoors again. But the Arabian Wildlife Center doesn’t need winter months for visitors to get outdoors and see wildlife up close because this place is the only indoor zoo in UAE that boasts endangered … Continue reading Arabian Wildlife Center – UAE’s Only Indoor Sanctuary

Al Rafisah Dam – Boating, Hiking, and an Archeological Site

A blue lake that sits cozily between the tall stretch of dark brown Khorfakkan mountains, Al Rafisah Dam is one of the must-visit places in UAE that satisfies your nature cravings. This dam, a man-made Khorfakkan lake, was built in the 1980s and gathers water from wadis around the area. It only opened up to the public lately with a number of new and really … Continue reading Al Rafisah Dam – Boating, Hiking, and an Archeological Site

UAE Flower Farm: A Garden Between The Mountains

A field of lavenders, marigolds, and vivid colors spreads across the area, making the UAE Flower Farm (or RAK Flower Farm) one of the most beautiful green places in UAE where nature lovers and garden enthusiasts can feast their eyes with an abundant array of flora. Although it’s called RAK Flower Farm, this beautiful UAE flower garden is located in Masafi. Follow the route map … Continue reading UAE Flower Farm: A Garden Between The Mountains

The Mangrove Trail in Kalba: What to Expect & Things to Do

A fascinating area with a patch of forest that’s been inhabiting the deserts of UAE for 300 years, the Kalba mangroves are finally open to visitors after the place has been closed down for a decade. The mangrove forest emerged from a creek and is situated in the midst of an azure lagoon that shines with the reflection of the sunlight. The mangroves are home … Continue reading The Mangrove Trail in Kalba: What to Expect & Things to Do

A Guide to Wadi Abadilah Hiking Trail

A nature hike that took the attention of hikers and nature lovers in the country and had them storming in on the cooler days of UAE, Wadi Abadilah is a hiking trail that came to the attention of the public just recently. And for good reason. Abadilah is a great place for beginner hikers or nature lovers to take a quick 2-hour hike through the … Continue reading A Guide to Wadi Abadilah Hiking Trail

The Ultimate UAE Road Trip Guide: Fujairah & Masafi

Golden sand dunes that stretch beyond the horizon. Herds of camels. Bedouins. Local food. And not to mention the glorious mountains that stretch as far as the eye could see.  Until you have experienced this, you haven’t seen the best of UAE. Adventure lovers, outdoor explorers, and campers pack your rucksack and get ready to see and experience the wild side of UAE in a … Continue reading The Ultimate UAE Road Trip Guide: Fujairah & Masafi

Between the Mountains: Kayaking at Hatta

The winter chills are rolling in, the glaring sunlight has softened. Which means its time for the great outdoors! And what better way to breath in nature’s fresh air than by kayaking in between the mountains! Hatta Dam has paved its way for adventurous looking for some fun and amazing kayaking time in the UAE. Hatta Kayak is now becoming increasingly popular for its kayaking … Continue reading Between the Mountains: Kayaking at Hatta

Al Noor Island: of Butterflies and Lights

  Sitting across the famous Majaz Waterfront in Sharjah lies an island that was once deserted and a haven for crows. Not exactly what you would call ‘attractive’. But now,  Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) has transformed the 45,470 square meter land into a beautiful attraction of nature, art and entertainment. A perfect place to spend a nice breezy evening! The best time to … Continue reading Al Noor Island: of Butterflies and Lights