Eid Al-Adha is nearing! Have you thought about how you’re going to enjoy the holiday? If you want to quench your thirst for adventure, you don’t need to go very far, as there are remarkable spots in the UAE that can still give you a vacation that is just as memorable!
Various emirates and leisure attractions in the country have started opening up, especially after the intensive and stern safety regulations of the government have been proven effective against the leaders’ fight against coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Because of the government’s wise leadership, we can finally enjoy the beauty of traveling around—with utmost observance of safety precautions, of course.
If you’re still thinking about where to go for Eid Al-Adha, check out these destinations that you can visit:
Just few bus stops and metro stations away, and you can once again enjoy the light and fountain shows surrounding the tallest building on earth. Burj Khalifa proves that world-famous luxury spots don’t need splurging some cash.
Dubai’s Jumeirah Beach is not a complicated place to travel to. You don’t need to book a resort because its accessibility makes it ideal for even just an afternoon getaway. The best part, though? You get a good view of the seven-star Burj Al Arab.
Al Fahidi Neighborhood
Fancy getting a glimpse of Aladdin? Make sure you put Al Fahidi on your list. This neighborhood is a great way to get a feel of Old Dubai, with wind towers (the air conditioner of the past), old labyrinths, as well as colorful souks around.
Ras Al Khaimah Public Beaches
Ras Al Khaimah has finally, yet responsibly, reopened its beautiful public beaches as the UAE eases restrictions against coronavirus disease (COVID-19). However, always keep in mind the emirate’s guidelines for the resumption of operations—including wearing of masks and social distancing. In addition, gatherings of over five people, smoking, campfires, and barbecues will shouldn’t enjoy a dip in its beautiful ocean set against gorgeous mountain sceneries!
Jebel Jais, Ras Al Khaimah
At the heart of RAK’s adventure offerings is Jebel Jais, which provides adrenaline-junkies a chance to enjoy the world’s longest zip line and the most thrilling sky maze. The adventure parks of Jebel Jais have reopened but under stringent measures, so make sure to keep this mind. They can only allow pre-bookings and visitors must undergo temperature checks and hand sanitation upon arrival.