Ras Al Khaimah is the northernmost city of the UAE. It's known for its Arabian Gulf beaches. Although much of the city is modern, the wonderfully atmospheric Jazirat al-Hamra is a major tourist attraction as it gives a taste of the peaceful Emirati life of the pearl divers and fishermen.
An excursion here includes visiting the National Museum of Ras Al Khaimah which occupies a century-old fort. The museum features the regional history and archaeological exhibits. Nearby is the large traditional Mohammed bin Salem Mosque. Northeast, the mountaintop Dhayah Fort dates from the 19th century. Jazirat al-Hamra is an abandoned fishing village that provides a very photogenic sightseeing opportunity. The tour also includes trekking on mountains, relaxing on beaches and lot more.