The white sands that fringe the Arabian Sea along the UAE coast are the perfect place to relax. Visitors who want to take a break from the beach will find that the natural splendor of Wadi Wurayah provides a great backdrop for a day out and the perfect place for a picnic.
The rugged beauty of Fujairah
Situated amidst the craggy peaks of the Hajar Mountains, Wadi Wurayah and its surrounding area were declared a protected area in 2009 due to the rich history and natural diversity of the area. Wadi Wurayah is home to a number of important archaeological sites and a wide range of local animals, including the extremely rare Arabian Leopard. Now Wadi Wurayah National Park, with its inviting pools and spectacular waterfalls, is a popular attraction with tourists who are drawn by the natural beauty of the area. It is an excellent place for a picnic, where lucky visitors might just catch a glimpse of the elusive wildlife.
Enjoying a day at Wadi Wurayah
A trip to Wadi Wurayah is a great way to spend a day and visitors who want to enjoy the splendor of the Arabian outdoors will find the trip to this conservation area worthwhile. For 4x4 enthusiasts, the road to Wadi Wurayah is an attraction in itself and can prove to be an interesting and challenging drive.