This tiny emirate is blessed with lagoons that are greener than green. The emirate has a handful of well-maintained resorts. Al-Sinniyah Island is a natural reserve with mangroves home to migratory birds and flamingos. A night walk on a secluded beach can provide a much-needed escape from the daily bustle.
Umm AL-Quwain hosts some of the best spas in the region. There are homes made from old bricks and ragged cafes with average interiors that will catch your eye. This emirate is an upcoming destination for extreme sports with Motor Racing and Aero Clubs' centres here.
The inland areas of Umm Al-Quwain include desert landscapes, and there are opportunities for desert safaris and other adventures, allowing visitors to experience the traditional Bedouin way of life.
Umm Al-Quwain's coastline offers beautiful beaches for water activities such as swimming, snorkelling, and jet skiing.
Forts and museums in Umm Al Quwain serve as excellent educational centres, housing ancient relics and artefacts from past wars. The offshore islands boast beautiful mangroves and serene mushrooming islands, which always surprise visitors with their beauty and serenity.