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It was a nice winter day and hence we enjoyed the day thoroughly. Enjoyed family cycling, lunch at a cafe inside (we took our own food, not too many options of eating inside) and had a nice laid back day!
It's a real oasis, full of palms, and mango trees. Interesting to see how these trees are irrigated. The best solution to choose before starting the visit is to ask for a buggy that can drive you for 25 min and that can stop whenever...More
Al Ain Oasis the best palace to spend the day time with your family in the weekend because you will find the sweet weather where you can walk your practice sports also you can had your lunch as well after that you can explore the...More
Can't help but feel this visit was a tad underwhelming considering the images we see beforehand. The oasis contains lots of striking trees and clear paths but barely any visible water as the irrigation system suggests. Yes we know that the water begins from the...More
It isn’t as sheltered from the sun as you might think as you walk/ cycle on stone paths. Well worth a visit. Eco dome explains all. No toilets except West gate despite what signage says. Easy walk to Palace Museum; National Museum currently closed. Open...More
We loved the al ain oasis... so greenery and peaceful... not that much crowded... its a huge park to walk to but you can rent a bike if you want to... one of the places in al ain that you can visit for free...
Al Ain Oasis is the most attractive and the largest oasis in the UAE. It is one of the top attractions of Al Ain. It is located in the heart of the city near Al Ain Bus Station.
The oasis has vast area and it...More
Free access and easy to walk around is the Al Ain Oasis. Take a stroll with your friends or family and discover a fascinating ecosystem: how the water from beneath the soil allows green areas to survive in the middle of the dessert. If in...More
The Oasis is the historic core of Al Ain, and one of the oldest continuously inhabited places on the Arabian Peninsula.
It is also the flagship attraction, and to some extent the epitomy of Al Ain. It is indeed fascinating, simply by being a lush,...More