Whatever the season, you can expect sunshine in abundance, meaning that you don’t have to worry about the cold, wind or rain spoiling your fun.
Even during the months of December and January you can experience average temperatures of around 25°C, making Ras Al Khaimah an ideal place to escape the chilly weather that will soon be upon us.
So, without further ado, lets find out what makes this phenomenal destination such a hot spot when it comes winter sun.
Ras Al Khaimah’s location allows for some excellent adventures. Indeed, the terracotta planes, rugged mountains and sapphire seas provide plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities.
Those who enjoy spending time on the water will be glad to hear that Ras Al Khaimah offers a plethora of motorised and non-motorised water sports, from scuba diving and jet skiing to wakeboarding and parasailing, with everything else in between.
Some resorts in Ras Al Khaimah offer water sports as an extra, so it’s worth checking before you book.
If you’re looking to cool off, the Al Jazeera Diving and Swimming Centre is an ideal place to start. With swimming and diving lessons available, this impressive aqua hub is an excellent choice for a day out.
Back on dry land, the Jebel Jais Mountains offer a high-flying experience of record-breaking proportions.
The Jebel Jais Flight is the World’s Longest Zip-line, shooting adrenaline junkies across 2.8km of breathtaking landscape, hitting speeds of up to 150 kph along the way.
Ras Al Khaimah’s desert is also home to a variety of activities. Visit a traditional Bedouin Oasis Camp for an authentic Arabian experience, or how about a 4x4 desert safari?
Whatever your mood, there’s an activity to suit you in this spectacular emirate.
If relaxation is your top priority during your holiday, Ras Al Khaimah is the perfect place for you.
Whether reclining on the beach or being pampered in the spa, you’re sure to find plenty of opportunities to unwind.
With a selection of great beaches, both public and hotel-owned, there’s a spot of golden sand with your name on it.
If you’re craving an indulgent spa day, you’ll be delighted to hear that many of Ras Al Khaimah’s luxury hotels and resorts feature impressive facilities, offering traditional treatments and massages. You may even get the chance to enjoy a rainforest experience that includes shower jets and ice pools to assist with skin and mind cleansing.
Ras Al Khaimah is a food-lover’s paradise.
With influences from all around the globe, the culinary treats on offer provide a tasty mix of Indian, Egyptian, Iranian and Turkish flavours.
One of the best places to experience local cuisine is on the Al Qawasim Corniche, where a host of cafes and restaurants serve up an array of authentic Arabian dishes.
You can also feast on traditional barbeque treats in a peaceful desert setting at a Bedouin Oasis camp.
For the very best cuisine, it’s well worth asking your hotel for recommendations.