Popular Nature Attractions in United Arab Emirates

Dubai Creek
Dubai·United Arab Emirates
4.5/5
419 Reviews
River
Dubai Creek is the river that gave birth to Dubai. Taking a trip on the river in an old wooden boat during the day, you can appreciate Dubai's many tall buildings and domed mosques, while after dark you can enjoy the colorful lights of nighttime Dubai. The river divides the city in two: to the west lies the up-and-coming Bur Dubai district, with its modern skyscrapers lining the riverbank; to the east lies the Deira district of old Dubai, symbolizing the city's historic roots. Here you can feast your eyes on the area's traditional wind towers, mosques and markets.
Desert Safari
Dubai·United Arab Emirates
4.7/5
507 Reviews
Desert
Dubai is a city built in the desert and has turned the endless sea of sand into a tourist’s paradise. Traversing waves of sand in a dune buggy is a unique experience visitors cannot miss on a trip to Dubai. The activity is usually scheduled to take place at sunset when the temperature in the desert begins to drop. Visitors can off road through undulating sand dunes, experiencing the speed and weightlessness of daring jumps. Evenings offer a taste of Arabian barbecue and belly dance performances in a tent set up on the sand.
Palm Jumeirah
Dubai·United Arab Emirates
4.6/5
312 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
The Palm Jumeirah Archipelago is almost a must-visit for visitors to Dubai. It has been called the Eighth Wonder of the World. Viewed from the air, the Palm Jumeira is shaped like a palm tree, which was created by a grand feat of land reclamation. On the islands there are many luxurious holiday hotels and villas. You can take the Palm Jumeirah Monorail to get there. After arriving at the Atlantis Hotel at the tip of the archipelago, you can take a stroll and do some sightseeing.
Jumeirah Public Beach
Dubai·United Arab Emirates
4.6/5
274 Reviews
Beach
Jumeirah Public Beach is a must-see stop for visitors to Dubai, offering soft white sand beaches and views of the famous Burj Al Arab Hotel against a backdrop of the pristine Persian Gulf.
Yas Island
Abu Dhabi·United Arab Emirates
4.7/5
44 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Seashore
Theme Park
This man-made island is loaded up with stimulation and attractions, generally for worldwide travelers.
Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve
Dubai·United Arab Emirates
4.6/5
125 Reviews
National Park
The Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve is one of the United Arab Emirates’ national parks. The 225-square-kilometer desert reserve is home to a variety of precious and protected wildlife, including Arabian antelopes, sand gazelle and mountain gazelle. Visitors come here from all around to enjoy the thrill of the Desert Safari and the beauty of the animals that call it home. Off-roading through the desert sands is an unforgettable experience, as you speed in the jeep, winding through sand dunes, occasionally taking jumps that nearly lift you out of your seat.
Jumeirah Beach Park
Dubai·United Arab Emirates
4.4/5
73 Reviews
Beach
Taking a walk in beautiful Jumeirah Beach Park with your family and appreciating the plenitude of activities are pretty good activity. Situated in nearness to the Jumeirah shoreline front, guardians can appreciate sunbathing and swimming while the children can discover heaps of play zone to pass the day away. The recreation center is likewise close to the Wild Wadi Water Park, one of the biggest water parks in the area. Jumeirah Beach Park includes grill locales, sustenance stands, volleyball zones and in particular, open doors for entertainment in one of the world's most delightful urban communities.

Nature in United Arab Emirates