Guided tour to the shores of the Indian Ocean: Fujairah, the UAE
A trip to the shores of the Indian Ocean is probably one of the most romantic parts of the entire list of our tours. It is good for those who favor silence, quietness, and complete relaxation. It is especially pleasant to change the rush of large cities for the beat of waves on a beach, the greenery of an oasis park in a foothill area, the splendor of a small nearshore island, and the variety of coral fish.
A trip of your choice may be very informative and full of new knowledge or just absolutely relaxing when you can spend time with your loved ones, your family and children, and experience a lot of unforgettable impressions. Our trip may also be enriched with some additional flavor according to our guests' wish. However, the gist of the whole thing is His Majesty Ocean and the time one spends there.
A lot of things depend on where exactly you plan to spend your free time on seashore, and it also depends on a day of the week and the season of the year, and, of course, the program, which is excitingly vast and rich in elements. All details of the program will be discussed with you in advance.
Our pathway runs thru the northeastern regions of the UAE. There is a rich combination of various types of terrain: moving sand dunes, picturesque canyons, and stony foothill areas of the Al Hajar Mountains. Many photo stops and coffee breaks are planned on the way. As far as I am concerned, I can always bring some positive feel for your team and improve or keep your mood good enough to enjoy the time, since it is our first and foremost objective; to ensure convenient entertainment and good leisure time for you. Parents with children can take the option of getting familiar with the unique nature of the Arabian Peninsula as they visit a zoo or an aquarium.
There are a lot of hotels of different kinds at the seashore that we can enjoy; various level, class, and pricing. As a rule, we resort to their services during our stay near the ocean, so we use those beaches, restaurants, swimming pools, diving centers, and tennis courts.
We usually do not charge any extra for the additional services during our tours because nobody can predict when you get hungry and may wish to visit a cozy and affordable restaurant with the local meals or seafood where they serve such popular and very delicious sorts of fish as khamur, shari or sultan ibrahim as well as king prawns, lobsters, squids, and other stuff.
This trip may be extremely interesting for fans of scuba diving since there are several wonderful diving centers and some good places for diving in the coastal area. There are the Martini Rock, and the Snoopy Island, and the Car Cemetery, which is a sunken barge that was previously used for transportation of motor vehicles. There are many locations to check out, with wonderful corals and a variety of sea fish. There are lots of nutritive plankton in the waters of the Indian Ocean all year round, so you can see such exotic species as clownfish, scorpion fish, parrot fish, moray eels, barracudas, and a variety of skates. It would even be enough for some people to just dive a little with a snorkel and swim fins. We very well know all local diving instructors and owners of the local diving clubs, and we used to dive with all of them in the sea as we possess the PADI Open Water diving licenses. The local depths range from 3 to 19 meters, and the underwater visibility ranges from 5 to 20 meters, depending on the weather conditions.
And a lot more can be offered in addition to this wonderful trip, so one's eyes cannot even catch the whole variety of options! The only problem is that those options determine the time you spend at the ocean since the daylight time is limited, and the time for sunbathing also depends on the season of the year. Still, however, I would like to offer you to choose from the following list of options available during such a trip:
1) a highlight tour around Sharjah, the capital city of the Arabian East;
2) riding all-terrain vehicles in the desert;
3) visiting thermal springs; and
4) a visit to a water park