Fujairah Holidays are all about sunshine and beautiful hotels perfect for families and couples alike.
Often when people mention the Middle East, they think of Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Whilst both are popular holiday destinations, there are other destinations perfect for your holiday to the Middle East
Located on the UAE's eastern coastline, facing the Gulf of Oman, is Fujairah. This unique resort is becoming increasingly popular amongst tourists with its historic buildings and Arabian heritage. Fujairah is also home to a number of luxury resorts, which provide the luxurious elements you would expect from a holiday to the Middle East.
Fujairah boasts a number of holiday activities, which include snorkelling, water sports, mountain treks and a selection spas.Fujairah is perfect for holidaymakers who want to explore a the Middle East, away from all of the hustle and bustle.
Experience the opulence of a five-star luxury lifestyle at the Radisson Blu Resort in Fujairah. Situated on a long stretch of golden sand where the azure sea sparkles in the sun, this hotel offers outstanding views from the elegant rooms and suites. A...
Situated on the pristine shores of Al Aqah Beach in front of the majestic Hajar Mountain range and overlooking the azure Indian Ocean, Fujairah Rotana Resort is perfect for upscale holidays celebrating the luxuries of the UAE. Held in high accolade and...
Nestled amongst the valleys of the majestic Al Hajar mountains, Fairmont Fujairah Beach Resort has all you need for a memorable holiday to the UAE. An idyllic luxury destination, the resort includes a plethora of fantastic facilities aimed at couples...
A coastal oasis with the impressive Hajar Mountains as a backdrop, Le Meridien Al Aqah Beach Resort is a spectacular destination for a luxury holiday. This stunning resort in Fujairah boasts an excellent list of facilities and leisure options, catering...
Settled in a beautiful spot between the majestic Hajar Mountains and the Indian Ocean, the Miramar Al Aqah Beach Resort is a heavenly oasis retreat. The hotel combines the best of everything, with impeccable service and a fantastic list of five star...
Holidays to Fujairah are catered to all types of travellers, from those seeking a romantic escape to families looking for an activity-filled break. There's something for everyone in this fabulous region, from mountainous treks in the Hajar mountains to water sports on the azure Gulf of Oman.
The Gulf of Oman is home to an assortment of exotic marine wildlife, including green sea turtles and harmless blacktip reef sharks. We recommend booking onto an aqua marine tour or visiting one of the Fujairah's many dive centres for those looking to explore away from land.
Keen to learn about Fujairah's rich heritage? Why not take trip to one of the region's historical sites, such as the Al Badiyah Mosque - a 500-year-old structure that's still in use today. Another standout attraction is the Fujairah Fort, an impressive settlement which pre-dates the UAE's formation.
Another good reason to visit Fujairah is the town's close proximity to Dubai. The big city is home to some exceptional sights, including the Burj Khalifa and Palm Jumeirah island. Dubai is just two hours away by car, making it ideal for a day trip.
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You can expect warm weather in Fujairah throughout the year. The months between November and March are widely considered the best times to visit, when the temperature averages the mid to high twenties. During the summer months, you can expect temperatures to soar to the high thirties.
Fujairah receives slightly more rainfall than the rest of the UAE, partly due to the Hajar mountains. As a result, the landscape is slightly greener than other parts of the country. Fujairah's rainy season is thought to be around February and March. However, don't be put off by the term 'rainy season'. In the Gulf, this can mean two to three days of rain a month at the most.
You enjoy a unique mix of old and new, without having to sacrifice luxury for tradition.
Taking place on April 18 each year, Fujairah marks World Heritage Day with a host of events celebrating the emirate’s rich history, culture and traditions.
Aimed at encouraging young solo talent, the Fujairah International Monodrama Festival takes place every two years. The event features a host of theatrical performances, along with seminars and tours.
The ninth month in the Islamic calendar, Ramadan is when Muslims believe God (Allah) revealed the Koran (the Islamic holy book) to the Prophet Muhammad. Ramadan is observed by fasting during daylight hours. A celebratory meal is then eaten to break the fast after sundown. Due to Islam following a lunar calendar, Ramadan takes place on different dates each year. To mark the end of Ramadan, Muslims celebrate Eid Al Fitr, which is marked with parades and fireworks.
Held during Ramadan, the Maktoum Championship is a celebration of the ruler of Fujairah, Sheikh Maktoum Al Sharqi’s passion for sport. The event attracts hundreds of participants to compete in events including football, cricket, volleyball, basketball, swimming and much more besides, with thousands of spectators turning out to watch.