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Al-Fujairah, UAE, is one of the seven emirates that constitutes the United Arab Emirates. Fujairah alone catches the eyes of tourists because of its pristine location. Al-Fujairah is the only emirate whose coastline touches the Gulf of Oman. Al-Fujairah, UAE, receives heavy rainfall throughout the year, which enables the farmers to grow only one crop per year. However, as compared to the other six emirates, Al-Fujairah has the best weather because of the presence of the Hajar mountains. Hajar mountains, Fujairah, surround the emirate from all sides, which brings enough rainfall throughout the year.

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Known as the most beautiful emirate out of the seven emirates of the United Arab Emirates, Al-Fujairah is the fifth largest emirate in the UAE. Fujairah area is almost 1,166 km², and it is largely known for its peaceful environment and its rich Islamic architecture. The emirate is also known for giving shelter to one of the oldest mosques- Al Badiyah, which is located in the United Arab Emirates. Out of all the seven emirates, Al-Fujairah is best known for its scenic beauty and fresh air. Even geographically, the emirate is surrounded by beaches on one side and mountains on the other, which makes it one of the most picturesque emirates in the UAE.

Beach north of Fujairah        |    Click by Thomas from Flickr

Tourists have reiterated that the best time to visit Al-Fujairah is in the months from October to March. During these months, the emirate's temperature falls to approximately 25°C, making it ideal weather for tourism. Fujairah is also referred to as the lungs of the United Arab Emirates because of its beauty, which consists of pretty sea life, mountainous regions, fresh air and lively beaches. People from all over the world come to Al-Fujairah to enjoy the scenic beauty of this emirate.


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Fujairah Fort and Village

Acclaimed as one of the oldest forts in Fujairah, UAE, the Fujairah Fort used to be a defensive structure in the old times. Many people also believe that this fort used to be the residence of the royal family at a certain period of time. The Fujairah Fort was built in 1670 and presents a major part of the emirate's history. Hence, if you are aiming to traverse the emirate's historical heritage, Fujairah Fort is a must visit.


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Fujairah Museum

Fujairah Museum is located at the southern end of the Fujairah Fort. The fort houses some major archaeological findings which help us to understand the history and the cultural heritage of the emirate. Even some exhibits from the bronze age can be found in the Fujairah Museum. A single ticket for an adult would cost around AED 5, whereas for a child the cost is AED 1. If you love to go through historical sites, then Fujairah Museum should definitely top your itinerary. These are some of the top things to do in Fujairah.


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Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Al-Fujairah

The Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Al-Fujairah is one of the most famous mosques in Fujairah. The mosque covers an area of approximately 22,400 km², making it the second-largest mosque in the United Arab Emirates after Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi. The Mosque displays impressive architecture which includes sixty-four domes, 600 m high minarets and holds the capacity to incorporate 28,000 worshippers. So, if you plan a visit to Fujairah, the Sheikh Zayed Mosque is a must visit.


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Snoopy Island

Snoopy Island attracts tons of visitors every year and anyone who visits Fujairah is bound to be attracted by this beautiful island. Snoopy Island boasts crystal clear water with a serene environment which woos the tourists and makes them stop and gape. Snoopy Island's water remains warm even during the winter, hence you can visit the island whenever you want to. Snoopy Island is famous for snorkelling and the prices for the same start from AED 150.


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KhorFakkan Beach

The KhorFakkan Beach is located halfway between Fujairah and Dibba at a distance of 137 kilometres east of Sharjah. This beach is primarily famous for parasailing. People usually visit the beach to parasail above it. Parasailing is a totally safe activity and proper safety measures are taken before you go for the flight. A single ticket for an adult costs around AED 135 whereas two tickets would cost around AED 249. People from all over the world come here to experience this surreal feeling of flying.


Hajar Mountains


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Dibba, Al-Fujairah was a major copper-producing coastal area during the old days and today, it is known for its beautiful architecture and heritage sites. Located in the north-eastern part of the United Arab Emirates, this coastal region still continues to attract a lot of visitors. The city is known for its beaches and to get there, you can get a taxi from Rydeu. Fujairah taxi fare from Dibba to Fujairah or vice versa would cost you approximately AED 250- AED 300.

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