A trip from Dubai to Liwa is the focus of the current Arab travelers article about the Liwa Oasis in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, which although it takes 3 to 4 hours on average to reach by bus, the trip is enjoyable starting from the way to reach and spending a special time in this picturesque oasis that It occupies a vast area and includes many distinctive landmarks such as the red sand dunes and monuments, which is also famous for the wet festival, from which you will be able to know the most important information about it by reading the following paragraphs presented to you by Arab travelers.
A trip from Dubai to Liwa
The most appropriate period for visiting Liwa is the period between 17 and 27 July, because during this period the Al-Rutb Festival is held, under the patronage of Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and organized by the Special Committee for the Management of Festivals and Cultural and Heritage Programs in Abu Dhabi. Attending this festival enables you to enjoy particiAl Bahahn in many distinct cultural entertainment events that allow the development of knowledge about customs and traditions in the Emirates in general in particular regarding the Bedouin life and palm-based handicrafts.
Although participating in the Al-Rutb Festival is a sufficient reason for visiting the oasis and enjoying many distinct activities, visiting the oasis has a large number of other advantages. Distinguished representative of the largest group of sand dunes in the entire world, which is more than 150 meters high.
In addition to these features, the visit to Liwa Oasis provides an opportunity to explore two archaeological castles that were established more than 100 years ago, as well as enjoy the view of 7 major castles that were restored during the eighties of the twentieth century. The oasis castles feature watchtowers, and most of their walls are more than 3 meters high. The goal of the construction of the castles was to protect the oasis, so they were provided with appropriate holes for placing guns, and these holes are characterized by the fact that the distances between them are regular. It is considered one of the most prominent of the 7 castles that were restored known as the “Mile” castle, which is said to be credited with building the tribe of Abu Falah, which was built during the period of Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Shakhbout Ibn Dhabab, in the period between 1816 and 1818 AD. Also among the most popular tourist castles is the Mezaira Castle, the Cheese, Dhafir, and Eastern Fire. The main reason for the increase in the popularity of visiting these castles is their proximity to many groundwater sources and the large number of palm trees growing around them.
For hobbyists and professional motorsports, the distinctive hill known as (Terrifying Hill) is the most suitable destination for them, because this hill is more than 300 meters high from the picturesque sand dunes, which has an inclination degree of up to 50 degrees.
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