Overview

Ajman, the smallest state of the United Arab Emirates at just 260 square kilometres, is blessed with year round sunshine and golden shores. This hidden gem's modest size and relaxed rate of development appeal to those seeking a haven from the stresses of everyday life. The beautiful 16km shoreline is best enjoyed with a stroll along the delightful Corniche, the sandy beaches are heavenly for those who want to relax or take a dip in the warm Gulf waters and inland, the remote enclaves of Manama and Masfout boast the stunning Hajar Mountains as their backdrop

Highlights

Ajman is about more than just beautiful beaches. Explore the smallest emirate and discover delicious local delicacies, exhilarating water sports and charming fishing villages.

The perfect promenade

Much activity in Ajman is concentrated along the Corniche and its attractive 16km stretch of beach overlooking the Arabian Gulf. The Corniche boasts a wide variety of shopping options, including souqs, markets and malls.

Ancient treasures

Visit the Ajman Museum's staggering collection of artefacts and archaeological finds that provide a rare glimpse into traditional Emirati life.

Back to nature

Al Zorah Nature Reserve the reserve is home to over 60 species of bird, including a large flock of pink flamingos, Eurasian spoonbills and a variety of marine life.

When to visit

Daytime temperatures from May to September rarely fall below 40°C, while between October and April the temperature averages around 30°C with little humidity. Although rainfall is minimal this normally occurs during the cooler months from January and March.