Things to do during Eid In Dubai

Eid

EId holidays are coming up and it is the time for the expats who work in the country to relax, I believe all have started making the plans to spend their holidays. There is lots of option for the people live here in Dubai to do. And the only thing is to select the best one. It does not matter what is the type of person as you have different choices here Say people who love to drive can move to different emirates or even Oman to spend the holidays and if you are an adventure lover, Now it is time take your breath Go for SkyDive, Scuba Dive, underwater zoo etc. And those who love shopping, Dubai is always been the best choice for all world.

Al Ain

Al Ain
Al Ain (Arabic literally The Spring), also known as the Garden City due to its greenery, is the second largest city in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and the fourth largest city in the United Arab Emirates. With a population of 568,221 (2010), it is located approximately 160 km east of the capital Abu Dhabi and about 120 km south of Dubai. Al-Ain is the birthplace of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the first president of the United Arab Emirates, and it has the country’s highest number of Emirati nationals.

Al-Ain is located in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, inland on the border with Oman. The freeways connecting Al-Ain, Abu Dhabi, and Dubai form a geographic triangle in the country, each city being roughly 130 kilometers from the other two.

Jabal Ḥafeet

is a mountain primarily in the United Arab Emirates on the outskirts of Al Ain in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Part of the mountain straddles the border with Oman, while the summit is located wholly within United Arab Emirates. The mountain rises 1,249 meters (4,098 ft) and offers an impressive view over the city. Jebel Hafeet was a well-known landmark throughout the area’s history and is a contemporary tourist attraction. An extensive natural cave system winds through Jabal Hafeet.

Ras Al Kaimah

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Ras al-Khaimah is one of the Persian Gulf Arab sheikhdoms forming the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Its name means “Top of the Tent”. The emirate is in the northern part of the UAE, bordering Oman’s exclave of Musandam. It covers an area of 1,684 square km. The capital city and home of most residents is also called Ras Al Khaimah. The emirate had a population of 210,063 at the 2005 Census, of which 41.82 percent or 87,848 were Emirati citizens. Latest estimates put the total population at between 250,000 and 300,000. Locals accounted for 97,529 in the population estimate for 2010. The city has two main sections, Old Ras Al Khaimah and Nakheel, on either side of a creek. It is served by the Ras Al Khaimah International Airport. It consists of a northern part (where the city of Ras al-Khaimah is situated), and a large exclave in the south (near Hatta), and a few small islands in the Persian Gulf.

Jabal Bil Ays

is a mountain with its highest point precisely on the border between Oman and United Arab Emirates at an altitude of 1,925 meters (6,315 feet). It is the highest point of the United Arab Emirates. It is in the Ras al-Khaimah emirate of the United Arab Emirates.

Fujairah

Fujairah
Fujairah is one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates, and the only one of the seven that has a coastline solely on the Gulf of Oman and none on the Persian Gulf.
Travel in and around Fujairah and the surrounding towns of Khor Kalba, Khor Fakkan, Kalba and Masafi has been made easy by the development of modern highways over the last 30 years, since gaining independence in 1971. Highways are funded by the federal government directly, and contracts are tendered centrally. This is meant to safeguard the quality and delivery of the contracts and prevent corruption from damaging the construction. Highways are vital due to the unavailability of any other means of transport. There are some buses in Fujairah but not for travel; they are for schools, colleges and some companies or they come from other cities. There are no railways yet in Fujairah, though in 2008 a railway network connecting all Arab states of the Persian Gulf. The car and the truck are the main mode of transport. Most daily activities can become impractical, if not impossible, without a private vehicle.

Newcomers and tourists can use the taxi system, which operates all day and night. There is no central booking system for private companies, but the government is planning to apply one. Taxis are hailed by standing at the roadside and flagging one down. Fares within the city are fixed at AED 4 per journey, which equates to one dollar and nine cents (US$), 50 pence (GBP) or 78 Euro cents. Destinations which are slightly outside the main city, such as the Beach Motel, Fujairah Hospital and the Jail attract a higher fare of 6 AED.

Hatta

Hatta
Hatta is the inland exclave of the emirate of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, located relatively high in the Hajar Mountains Traditionally the summer habitation of Dubai-based families escaping the heat and humidity of the coast; it lies to the south-east of Dubai’s main territory. Since the early 1980s, Hatta has been a popular destination for adventuring expatriates and local families alike ‘wadi bashing’ through the tracks between Hatta, Mahdah and Al Ain.
Hatta is about 115 km (71 mi) east of Dubai City. It has a popular Heritage Village, including a collection of reconstructed traditional mountain dwellings and is popular for weekend getaways with both people camping in the winter months or staying at the Hatta Fort Hotel.
The old village of Hatta includes two prominent military towers from the 18th century and the Juma mosque (built in 1780), the oldest building in Hatta. The traditional water supply (falaj system) has also been repaired.
Hatta’s status as an exclave of Dubai arose in the late 19th century, when the village of Hajarain or Hijrain in Wadi Hatta was given to Sheikh Rashid I Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai, by Turki bin Said, Sultan of Muscat and Oman.

Parks in Dubai

This is a list of parks in Dubai, where you can spend your time with your family, children and also your friends.
• Creek side Park, Bur Dubai
• Safa Park, Sheikh Zayed Road
• Jumeirah Beach Park, Jumeirah Beach Road
• Wild Wadi Water Park, Jumeirah Beach Road
• Zabeel Park, Sheikh Zayed Road
• Al Mamzar Beach Park, Deira
• Mushrif Park, Al Khawanij
• Dubai Miracle Garden, Al Barsha South, the world’s biggest natural flower garden

Sky Dive

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There is no better way to throw oneself into a trip to the United Arab Emirates than taking in the views from a jump with Skydive Dubai. From first-time fun jumpers to serious soarers, Skydive Dubai offers an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for everyone. Located on the waterfront on the iconic Palm Jumeirah, a birds-eye view of Dubai is a truly unforgettable experience.

Easily accessible by metro, bus or shuttle, visitors to Skydive Dubai should look no further than the Radisson Royal Hotel, Dubai. Located in the heart of the city, this convenient upscale accommodation is perfectly situated close to key attractions such as Skydive Dubai, Dubai mall and Ski Dubai.

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Scuba Diving.

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A Dive for Everyone at the Atlantis Dive Centre in Dubai
In Atlantis you’ll find everything you need for an amazing day’s diving. We offer programs for everyone, from the beginner wanting to experience diving for the first time to the expert looking to take a specialty dive course or dive one of the UAE’s fascinating shipwrecks.
The Atlantis dive team offers you the chance to dive in the Ambassador Lagoon, the largest aquarium in the Middle East and Africa. We offer discover scuba sessions as well as dives for certified divers.
We also have an accredited 5 star PADI dive centre on-site with the biggest team of instructors in the country offering a wide range of courses and dive trips.
So why not take the plunge and experience a new underwater world?

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Under water Zoo

A purposely built shark aquarium, with a capacity of 10 million liters of salt water, the Dubai Mall Aquarium is home to over 33,000 creatures from 140 species. The aquarium is the largest suspended aquarium in the world and houses one of the most diverse collections around. There are over 400 sharks and rays in the tank, including the world’s biggest collection of Sand Tiger sharks. Other shark species include black-tip and white-tip reef sharks, zebra sharks, wobbegongs, grey reefs and nurse sharks. There are also many ray species in the aquarium including cow-nose rays, fan-tails, eagle rays, leopard rays, shave-nose rays and bow mouth guitarfish. Other fish in the tank include tropical species such as napoleon wrasse, batfish, big-eye trevally, clown fish, faint grouper, giant trevally, moray eels, snappers and unicornfish.
The maximum depth of the tank is 11 meters and it’s kept at a constant temperature of 24 degrees C – more than comfortable!

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Trip to Salalah

Salalah
Salalah is the capital and seat of the governor or Wali of the southern Omani province of Dhofar. The population of Salalah was 197,169 in 2009.

Salalah is the second largest city in the Sultanate of Oman, and the largest city in the Dhofar Province. Salalah is the birthplace of the Sultan, Qaboos bin Said.

The city has a hot desert climate although summers are cooler than in more northern or inland parts of Oman. Salalah is very cloudy during the monsoon months of July and August, even though relatively little rain falls.
Salalah, the capital of the Dhofar region, is a colorful, subtropical city that owes much of its character to Oman’s former territories in East Africa. Flying into Salalah from Muscat, especially during the khareef, it is hard to imagine that Oman’s first and second cities share the same continent. From mid-June to mid-August, monsoon clouds from India bring a constant drizzle to the area and, as a result, the stubble of Salalah’s surrounding jebel is transformed into an oasis of misty pastures. Year-round, Salalah’s coconut-fringed beaches and plantations of bananas and papayas offer a flavor of Zanzibar in the heart of the Arabian Desert.

The giant Salalah Port at Raysut has brought new wealth to the city, not to mention thousands of day-visit cruise-ship passengers. As a result, the city has undergone a beautification process and lots of helpful brown signs help steer visitors around Salalah and surrounding sights of special interest.

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Desert Safari

Desert Safari
Desert Safari Tours-Authentic Site for Desert Safari in Dubai. We Do All Kind Of Desert Safari Tours, Morning Desert Safari, Evening Desert Safari, Day Long Safari, Dinner in The Desert Camp, Private Desert Safari, Hummer Desert Safari, Desert Safari In Hummer.

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