Top 10 land trips you can take on Eid Al Fitr

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As the last day of the holy month of Ramadan approaches, fasting people begin planning to celebrate Eid Al-Fitr, some of whom prefer to spend it with the family, and some of them prefer to travel. And if you are one of those who intends to travel this year, we advise you not to go to the traditional places that millions of people flock to, where the crowdedness and difficulty of finding a car park or even taking some pictures (where these places are very crowded during the weekend and public holidays) … Instead, head on a wild ride with your family or friends! Whether you live in Abu Dhabi or Dubai or you want to go to any of these cities during the Eid Al Fitr holiday, we recommend that you try driving a car to any of these beautiful tourist destinations.

Fujairah

Distance from Dubai: 184 km
Distance from Abu Dhabi: About 300 km
The Emirate of Fujairah, located on the coast of the Gulf of Oman, is the ideal destination for diving in the United Arab Emirates, and the road is paved with landscapes and rural villages scattered on the foothills of the mountains, in addition to many restaurants and hotels suitable for stopping and resting, which makes the trip from Dubai to Fujairah enjoyable and easy .
Places to visit in Fujairah: Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Fujairah Fort and Al Hail Fort.

fertile

Distance from Dubai: 198 km
Distance from Abu Dhabi: About 338 km
Eid Al-Fitr congratulations – take a land journey like no other in the city of Khasab in the Sultanate of Oman and enjoy driving on a smooth and paved road and see the small bays and fjords on both sides of the road. The beautiful city of Khasab is called the “Norway of the Middle East” due to the many fjords. And whether or not you reside in the United Arab Emirates, it is important to ascertain whether you are authorized to drive by car in the Sultanate of Oman, and also make sure that you have all the necessary documents with you.
Places to see in Khasab: Khasab Castle, Khasab Fort and the straits of Oman.

Liwa

The distance from Dubai is 292 km
Distance from Abu Dhabi: About 220 km
Go in your car heading to Liwa Oasis which is the largest oasis in the Arabian Gulf region and the entrance gate to the Empty Quarter, and the road to it is surrounded by sand dunes on each side. You can spend a night or two in a secluded hotel in Liwa Oasis, like Liwa Hills.
Places to see in Liwa Oasis: Sheikh Hamad Automobile Museum, Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort, Liwa Castles, and Mizyara town

Dibba

Distance from Dubai: 130 km
Distance from Abu Dhabi: 285 km
Wild excursions give you a great opportunity to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and take a break as well as see the best panoramic landscapes on both sides of the road. We advise you to go to Dibba, which is located on the eastern coast of the United Arab Emirates, the road to it is beautiful and surrounded by high mountains and sea water, and of course one does not see such scenes every day. We advise that you carry your passport with you when crossing the Sultanate of Oman, as you may not cross without a passport.
Places to see in Dibba: Dandana Beach and Blue Planet Center

Ras Al Khaimah

The distance from Dubai is 112.8 km
Distance from Abu Dhabi: About 301.3 km
Ras Al Khaimah is the perfect place for adventure and car driving enthusiasts, and it is a tourist destination where you can spend a short vacation if you reside in Dubai or Abu Dhabi, and do a lot of activities such as surfing, water sports, golf, fishing and horse riding. The Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah is famous for many luxury five-star hotels and resorts, which are a great place to spend the weekend.
Places to see in Ras Al-Khaimah: Ice Land Water Games, Ras Al Khaimah National Museum and Ain Khatt

Hafeet Mountain

Distance from Dubai: 146.9 km
Distance from Abu Dhabi: 163.2 km
Jebel Hafeet is 1240 meters above sea level and consists of limestone dating back millions of years, and is considered the second tallest mountain peak in the Emirates. Jebel Hafeet provides charming views of the city of Al Ain and the Sultanate of Oman, and is considered the most appropriate place to get away from the hustle and bustle of life and enjoy calm, tranquility and a beautiful atmosphere. The road to the top of the mountain was built by a German company and it consists of three lines, and Edmunds.com ranked it as “the best way to drive in the world.” And don’t miss out on visiting the mountain-style breaks to admire the scenic views and enchanting views of the city.

Salalah Oman

Distance from Dubai: 1276.6 km
Distance from Abu Dhabi: 1273.1 km
Eid Al-Fitr congratulations – Every year thousands of tourists visit Salalah, which is considered the paradise of nature in the Arabian Gulf. The road to it is long, but it is full of scenery and charming natural views that are worth the trouble of traveling. Enjoy your eyes by watching the green nature that extends beyond the sightless distances, especially from June to September. Although driving on the road leading to Salalah is pleasant, sometimes you may have to stand a little bit until camels and livestock cross the road and then be careful while driving as this road passes through many rural villages and livestock farms, and you may also find some pedestrians crossing the road Without caution.
Places to see in Salalah: It is appointed by the Gerziz Valley, the Darbat Valley, the Mugsai Beach and the Marnive Cave

Musandam

Distance from Dubai: 172.9 km
Distance from Abu Dhabi: 313.7 km
There is nothing better than Musandam to spend the weekend enjoying the mountains, landscapes, beautiful bays, windsurfing (“dhow”), swimming with dolphins and spending quality time at the beach. Driving from Dubai or Abu Dhabi to the city of Musandam is a wonderful experience and a journey full of landscapes and helps to get rid of the daily routine of life, knowing that the city is two and a half hours drive away from Dubai.

Mount Jess

Distance from Dubai: 176.7 km
Distance from Abu Dhabi: 316 km
Jebel Jais is one of the best destinations that you can go by car as this destination has increased popularity among young people in the past period, it provides a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a wild trip for lovers of driving, climbing and seeing the charming views from the foot of the mountain.

Hatta

Distance from Dubai: 136.9 km
Distance from Abu Dhabi: 263.8
Eid Al-Fitr congratulations – sometimes, one wants to go immediately to a nearby destination to spend a day without planning in advance, and Hatta is an ideal destination for this purpose as the road from Dubai or Abu Dhabi to it is enjoyable to drive and provides many charming views and views that You will not find it anywhere else. Enjoy spending the weekends or weekdays by going to Hatta with your loved ones and you will never tire of visiting them.

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