Al Dhaid City: is a city in the northeast of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. An oasis in the desert, it’s known for date palm plantations and fruit farms. To the south, the craggy outcrop of Fossil Rock sits amid ochre sand dunes. Nearby, the Camel Race Track hosts races. Close to the village of Masafi, the Friday Market is actually open daily and sells local ceramics, carpets and produce.
Friday Market: is a small market in that sells a variety of carpets, fruits and flowers. Everyone stops to grab a bite or buy carpets and fruits. The market sells corn which is so juicy and fresh. The market sells variety of plants and flowers.
Masafi Mountains: is a village located on the edge of the Hajar Mountains in the United Arab Emirates. It sits at the inland entrance of the Wadi Ham, which runs down to Fujairah City. The border between the emirates of Fujairah and Ras Al Khaimah runs through the town, which houses a barracks used by the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces.
Wadi Ham: is a wadi in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates. The wadi runs between Masafi towards Fujairah City, until it reaches the Wadi Ham Dam. Al Bithnah is on the route. It is the longest wadi in the UAE at 30km. The wadi is dry for most of the year. There have been salt water intrusion problems with the wadi.
Wadi Zikt: consists of the confluence of the lower reaches of the Wadi Wurayah and a number of other watercourses. The Wadi Zikt dam, also known as the Al Rahib dam, is one of the largest in Fujairah. It is one of many dams built in the country for storing fresh water.
Wadi Wurayah: is a 12,700 hectares (31,000 acres) area between the towns of Masafi, Khor Fakkan and Bidiyah in the United Arab Emirates. It has been designated as Ramsar Wetland of International Importance.
Fujairah Museum: is an archaeology and local history museum located in Fujairah City, Emirate of Fujairah, United Arab Emirates.
Fujairah Fort: is a fort in the city of Fujairah, United Arab Emirates. Dating back to the 16th century, it is the among the oldest as well as the largest castles in the country. It is noted for playing significant roles in fighting back the wave of colonialism.
Bidaya Mosque: The Al Bidya Mosque is the oldest existing mosque in the United Arab Emirates or Fujairah. It is located in a small village in emirate Fujairah about 50 km north from region center. It is also known as Ottoman Mosque.
Khorfacan Beach: Located on the east coast of the UAE along the Gulf of Oman, Khorfakkan is a major tourist attraction. Khorfakkan Beach is what this town is most famous for. Situated north of the town center, Khorfakkan Beach has a thriving coral reef, which is a testament to the government’s conservation efforts. Naturally, it has become a favorite spot for marine life enthusiasts.
Fujairah Corniche: is a seafront corniche located at the east end of Hamad Bin Abdulla Road in Fujairah City, Emirate of Fujairah, United Arab Emirates, providing recreational facilities for residents and visitors.It is on the coast of the Gulf of Oman in the Indian Ocean.
Kalba Tunnel: Kalba tunnel was built on the orders of Dr Sheikh Sultan to connect Wadi Al Helou and Kalba city with an easier and faster route than the mountainous pass which is being used now. The tunnel is equipped with gadgets using latest technology to ensure safety and smooth traffic flow.