In order to celebrate Eid Al Adha, the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources has announced a four-day holiday for both private and the public sector. The holiday of Eid Al Adha would start from 9th of the Zul Hijjah and would continue till 12th. If you haven’t planned a trip to any famous destination for the Eid Al Adha, you can still enjoy and have great deal of fun. You can go to nearby places in UAE and still have a great deal of fun.
Here, in this blog, you will get a list of places, which you can easily reach by taking your own vehicle or booking a vehicle. Take a look into the places where one can head to.
You should definitely go to this Omani city of Salalah near the Arabian Sea. It is forested and turns into a green landscape during the Khareef or annual monsoon.
Travel deep into the Sharjah Emirate one would find Mleiha. It’s the home to the renowned Fossil Rock formation as well as Mleiha Archaeological Centre that is lined up with tombs that dates back to 2500-2000 BC.
Al Qudra Lake, Dubai
If you have missed out visiting this Al Qudra Lake then it’s a sad thing. A quick drive from Dubai would take one to this lake. The man-made lake is the home to many species of birds and boasts a wonderful view of the sunset.
It’s a beautiful site to watch as it borders Oman and the UAE. Dibba is located between Oman and the UAE. The area is marked by its splendid coastline and lush blue waters.
Jebel Hafeet or Jebel Jais
One can definitely go to Jebel Hafeet or Jebel Jais, the popular mountains in the UAE. This place is simply amazing as it offers an all-inclusive view of the city below. Below the Jebel Hafeet is the Al Ain Zoo which is worth visiting.
Liwa Oasis, Abu Dhabi
Visit to Liwa Oasis is a must. A long insane drive would take one to the Empty Quarter at least once in their UAE expat lifetime.
Road trips to these beautiful places can be pretty amazing as you will get some time to spend with your family.