Tourist attractions in Umm-Al-Quwain

UAQ is ideal for water-skiing, kayaking, wind-surfing and jet-skiing. The adventurous visitors could actually sail and canoe through the clear, calm waters to deserted islands and explore the mangrove swamps, wherein dwells several seabirds, insects and fish. There are also pink flamingos, turtles, crabs and jumping fish in the natural environment.

1.    UAQ Museum

2.    Dreamland

3.    Aquarium

4.    Happyland

5.    UAQ Islands

Umm al-Quwain is one of the sovereign emirates in the United Arab Emirates, located in the north of the country. The emirate was ruled until his death by Rashid bin Ahmad Al Mu'alla, who was a member of the UAE's Supreme Council since 1981. The emirate had 62,000 inhabitants in 2003 (making it the least populous emirate in the federation) and has an area of 750 square kilometers. Accepted alternative spellings include Umm al Qiwain as well as Umm al-Qawain, Umm al-Qaywayn,Umm el-Qiwain, Umm al-Qiwain and Umm al-Qaiwain.Umm Al Quwain,  covers an area of 800 square kilometres and stretches from the beautiful, lush green coastal mangroves lining the shores of the Persian Gulf, inland across the rolling sand dunes to the fertile oasis surrounding Falaj Al Moalla. The inland oasis and hinterland town of Falaj Al Moalla lies some 50km from Umm Al Quwain city. From November to March temperatures are idyllic and average 26C in daytime and 15C at night (79F to 59F). Temperatures can rise over 40C (104F) in the peak of the summer and the humidity levels are high. Rainfall is minimal and averages 42 millimeters a year. The coastline experiences cooling sea breezes during the day.

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