Here you are a traveller, not a tourist.

Fujairah derives its name from the Arabic word ‘tafajur’, that refers to spring water in the Hajar mountains that separate the Emirate from the rest of the country.

While some places are best known for their beautiful beaches, some for challenging mountainous trails or rugged landscapes, some for rich culture or historical significance, Fujairah has it all.



When you see past the glitz and glamour, seek real experiences and wish to live a piece of history, sun-kissed Fujairah in the UAE is your refuge.

As the only Emirate lying on the country’s eastern side along the Gulf of Oman, Fujairah’s imposing landscape is dotted with mineral springs, villages, historic castles, picturesque beaches, coral reefs, camping and more,for curious explorers, adventure enthusiasts and luxury seekers, alike. Far away from the maddening crowds.




Al Aqah is the most popular of all Fujairah beaches, Al Aqah is a picturesque haven for aquatic activities and marine life experiences.

Fiquet Beach is located in Dibba. This beach has a dedicated campsite with food trucks and all conveniences that allow you to spend a night under the stars, right next to the ocean.

The Ain Madhab Park, located in the foothills of the mountains is a picnicker’s paradise with rolling lawns and tree-shaded areas, playgrounds and BBQ areas. You can combine a picnic here with a trip to the nearby Heritage Village, which is just a short walk away. 



Al Bidya Mosque is UAE’s oldest existing mosque, built in 1599 that retain original decorative elements and prayer areas dating back to that era.

Al Bithna Fort is a rock, coral and mud brick fortification that played a significant role in the history of the Emirates.

Dating back to the 16th century, Fujairah Fort is the among the oldest as well as the largest castles in the country, noted for its role in fighting the wave of colonialism.



Thrill-seekers can get their fix at the family-friendly park dedicated to outdoor recreation, while taking in the natural scenery.

Fujairah is an angler’s dream year-round with deep waters that attract rare species like striped marlin and sailfish.

With year-round sunshine and beautiful sandy beaches, Fujairah is an aquatic fan’s playground for all kinds of watersports and activities.



Wadi Wurayah National Park, the first mountain reserve and the first national park in the Emirates is included in UNESCO’s World Network of Biosphere Reserves. Wadi Al Hayl has natural streams and small pools of water, perfect for picnics and easy hikes. 

Wadi Khabb & Jebel Yibir is popular for its steep and challenging climb on to Jebel Yibir, the tallest mountain in the UAE.



Shopping or entertainment, century mall has it all. All your go-to needs under one roof. City Centre Fujairah is a mall featuring multi brands, supermarkets and cinemas along with family entertainment, kid’s zone and international dining. 

From fresh vegetables and fruits to locally produced honey, dates, carpets and more, Dibba Market is the perfect pit stop on your onward drive from Fujairah. 

Do not miss Souk Al Juma, A popular shopping destination for both locals and visitors, this marketplace sells traditional specialties and unique souvenirs, like Fujairah’s famous clay pottery and recreations of Bronze Age pieces discovered at archaeological sites.



Fujairah has a range of accommodation options for every taste, occasion and budget, from luxurious sea-facing properties to modest hotel apartments for the perfect getaway.

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