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Ras al-Khaima is your one-stop destination for adventurous activities, fun shopping experiences, and mesmerising sightseeing tours. This adventurous city shares mountainous borders with the Sultanate of Oman and is located between the Hajar Mountains on the East and the Persian Gulf on the West. This city will surprise you with the multiple terrains it has- beautiful Ras Al Khaimah beach, gigantic Ras Al Khaimah mountain, deep mangroves, and a widely spread desert. Think of the perfect trip to Ras al-Khaimah to enjoy these places. SPLENDID!

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Although Ras Al Khaimah is frequently associated with the mediaeval harbour and city of Julfar, it was actually a distinct community that gradually expanded to include the province that once belonged to Julfar. Ras Al Khaimah's Emirate has a distinguished archaeological past and a long cultural history. One of the few areas in the nation and the world where there has been continuous human occupancy for 7,000 years is Ras Al Khaimah. The emirate is home to 1,000 historical and archaeological monuments, dating from various historical periods, including remains of the Umm Al Nar Culture dating back to the 3rd millennium BC. Ras Al Khaimah has been under many reigns and has witnessed various cultures. The oldest era is the Ubaid Period (5500-3800 BC) where the Bedouin desert inhabitants made their dwellings on the shore. The pottery remains, stone implements, and nets found during the excavation show the Bedouin's presence there. The discovery of earthenware pots from Mesopotamia created using similar or the same pottery techniques found in the same period provides evidence of trade between the two regions.

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Even more recent history, from the 19th and 20th centuries, is well-represented in Ras Al Khaimah's National Museum. The Department of Antiquities and Museums has recently performed a number of surveys to gather information about traditional structures. During a survey, 75 standing towers made of mud-brick or stone and mortar were noted. Recently, more than 20 sites that were older than 30 years were discovered during a survey about the existence of old mosques.

Because of this grand and royal history, Ras Al Khaimah tourism is quite fascinating too. There are multiple places to visit in ras al Khaimah like Jebel Jais, Hajar Mountains, Shimal, Al Hamra mall, National Museum, and beautiful shoreline beaches the list just goes on. If you are planning a trip to the city, then do not worry, we have a number of things to do in Ras Al Khaimah with family too! The Ras Al Khaimah, Al Wadi desert has activities like desert safari, especially the White Stone Desert Safari, BBQ dinner, bike tours, watching, and the fun catch and release fishing for kids making the city the perfect place for a family trip. Shopping in the town is equally fun with all the Ras Al Khaimah malls having the most luxurious objects, home decor, cosmetic products, and of course, gold. 

The Ras Al Khaimah hotels like Hilton Ras Al Khaimah, Waldorf ras Al Khaimah, Ritz Carlton Ras al Khaimah, and the Ras Al Khaimah resorts offer the most luxurious stay with amenities like golf clubs, infinity pools, free wifi, buffets, banquet halls, live shows, terrific performances, art and craft exhibitions, and much more.


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National Museum of Ras Al Khaimah

The national museum preserves the beautiful history and stands as evidence of the long evaluation process of the city. Thousands of years of history, civilization growth, articrafts, and tools are displayed in the museum. A historical fort in the northern emirate of Ras Al Khaimah is the National Museum. This structure was previously the residence of the royal family, according to archaeological excavations and studies. It was subsequently damaged twice during wartime, served as the police headquarters for a while, and was finally converted into a museum in 1987. A variety of historical, archaeological, cultural, and traditional items are displayed in the museum. For history and culture lovers, a trip to Ras Al Khaimah's National Museum is a must because of its historical artefacts and illustrious past.


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Jebel Jais

Jebel Jais is a mountain in Ras Al Khaimah and the Musandam Governorate of Oman that is part of the northwestern Hajar range. The mountains offer the most thrilling, life-altering, heart-pounding, breathtaking, and cloud-piercing activities and experiences. You are sure to receive such unmatched experiences at the Jebel Jais also, because of its high elevation which is 1,934 m or 6,345 ft. The mountain is the United Arab Emirates' tallest peak and a magnet for adventurers and environment enthusiasts alike. The Arabian Gulf, date palm plantations, wadis, and historic fishing settlements are all visible from the mountaintops.


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Hajar Mountains

The Hajar Mountains, also known to be Oman Mountains, were created by a continental collision that started at least 30 million years ago on the Arabian-Eurasian convergent plate boundary. It is still unclear exactly when these mountains began to form. The Hajar Mountains are located in the region on the northeastern part of the Arabian Plate, extending from the Musandam Peninsula to the east of Oman. The four groups of rock layers that make up the mountain's geology, which is, Continental shelf carbonates, Base rocks like carbonates, Marine and terrestrial sedimentary rocks, and the Nappes, which are rocks that have shifted from their original places. The Hajar Mountains are classified into the following sections geographically: Eastern Hajar- Also known as Al-ajar Ash-Sharq, this part, of Northeastern Oman's fishing port of Sur is closer to Eastern Hajar than Sur itself Central Hajar- The Al Hajar Mountains' centre region has the most untamed terrain. It includes Jebel Shams and Jebel Akhdar, the two tallest mountains in the Hajar region; they are both in the Sultanate of Oman. Western Hajar- Western Hajar typically refers to Samail's western mountainous region. However, because of their proximity to Jabal Akhdar and the nearby mountains, people frequently mistakenly believe that they are a part of Western Hajar. Al Hajar Al Gharbi is another name for Western Hajar in Arabic. North-Western Hajar- The highest mountain in the United Arab Emirates, Jebel Jais, is located in the Hajar Mountains' northwest region. It has a height of 1,934 metres and is a well-liked tourist site in the nation.


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A tiny, peaceful community called Shimal is tucked up against the Hajar Mountains. It is one of Ras Al Khaimah's top attractions, especially for history lovers, and one of the most important archaeological structures in the United Arab Emirates. It is located to the north of the city. It was previously the residence of the Ruler of Julfar and is connected to the Shihuh clan of the Northern United Arab Emirates and Oman as well as the establishment of the Julfar port during the Islamic era. The is a village of significant archaeological value that houses hundreds of pre-Islamic graves and an accommodation that dates to between 2000 and 1300 BC. Shimal has both the round Umm Al Nar type of tombs and the mound tombs of the "Wadi Suq" period that have been excavated and examined.


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Sharjah is one of the biggest and most populated cities in the United Arab Emirates and a member of the Dubai-Sharjah-Acman Metropolitan Area. Sharjah is one of the 7 emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates, along with Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ajman, Fujairah, Umm Al Quwain, and Ras Al Khaimah. The town, which has been under the authority of the Kasimi Dynasty ever since the 18th century, holds an important position as the UAE's cultural and commercial hub. In terms of the United Arab Emirates Gross National Product, the city makes up about 8%. Sharjah was also chosen in 1998 as the Arab World's Cultural Capital.


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Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, is situated on an island in the Persian Gulf, far from the continent. If you travel by road, the Ras Al Khaimah to Abu Dhabi distance is 252 km. Taxi transfers are the best ways to travel to Abu Dhabi from Ras Al Ras Khaimah which takes nearly 2.5 hours on regular days. This city is a tourist's dream since it perfectly blends traditional values with modern culture. Do not return until you have visited all of the places listed below in Abu Dhabi, the coveted jewel of the United Arab Emirates, a piece of advice to all travellers who want to experience the best of the Middle East.

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