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Any part of the year is
ideal to make a trip to Ras Al Khaimah, and with Rayna Tours, you can gain a
widespread look into this city via a local’s eye. Boasting a blend of stunning
desert scenery, delightful beaches, towering mountains, and amazing cultural
and historic landmarks – all wrapped up in a serene, laid-back ambience, Ras Al
Khaimah is a must-experience during your UAE holidays. So to obtain a genuine
comprehension of what makes this destination really tick, join our Ras Al
Khaimah City Tour, accompanied by an expert guide and inclusive of hassle-free
pick up and drop off.
Discover the region’s
traditional past with a visit to the National Museum of Ras Al Khaimah – a
palace-turned-museum with some intriguing exhibits on display, depicting art,
craft and archeology. The 18th century Falayah Fort and Dhayah Fort,
offering the best views of mountains as well as the sea, are other attractions
covered in the itinerary. We’ll also drive you through some of the most
beautiful and mysterious attractions, such as the man-made Marjan Island and
the uninhibited fishing village of Jazirat Al Hamra. This tour further makes it
possible to check out the city’s prominent shopping attractions like Old Souk
and Fish Market.
It was a good day out with the family exploring the best landmarks after booking Ras Al Khaimah City Tour. The vehicle and the driver sent by Rayna Tours were excellent. Among all the best places in the city that we visited, we loved the National Museum the most. The Museum was so full of information that we felt as if we knew the city for too long. Definitely, a must visit place in Ras Al Khaimah.
With so many iconic places to cover in a day as mentioned in the Ras Al Khaimah City Tour, we were wondering how can Rayna Tours manage all of them. However, when the tour started, we realized what it means a lot to book the tour with an experienced, trustworthy, and a friendly tour company. Every place included in the tour package was visited by us in order. The National Museum was one great and informative place. The Al Marjan Island was like a piece of paradise on earth, and the Mohamed bin Salem Mosque was inundated with reverence. Though we enjoyed all the places, the Dhayah Fort was spectacular. It was tough climbing though, but thanks to our guide that he took us there in the evening time. The climb was steep but worth taking because of the stunning views from the top. The fort has one guest house to freshen up and another two small rooms. There were also numerous spots for photography that we didn't miss. Overall, the Fort was worth a look and spending some time.