Culture, coast and a whole lot of hospitality. Ajman is the place where life is celebrated together and all are made to feel welcome! Set around 45km out of Dubai, this Persian Gulf Emirate (state) is the smallest of the seven Emirates in the UAE, covering just 260sq. kilometres. The population is 373, 000 and approximately 95% of this figure reside in the capital city of the same name. Ajman is an Emirate of beaches, urban jungle, mangroves and mountains. Generosity is a huge part of everyday life and the historical sites that can be witnessed in the area are truly astounding!
Ajman is a laid-back place where all are encouraged to indulge and relax. Away from the glitz and bustle of the Dubai metropolis, this compact Emirate offers a healthy dose of luxury, urban wonder and exotic appeal. White sandy beaches form one of Ajman’s borders, offering uninterrupted views out across the Arabian Sea and craggy mountain backdrops loom, offering captivating views! Just outside the capital city, rolling desert dunes provide an authentic Middle-Eastern—along with the thriving mangrove forests, these dunes are support the seasonal growth of crops for the state. From wild grasses to ghaf trees and occasional date palms, Ajman offers a different landscape for visitors to explore.
When in Ajman, sip on cardamom-infused coffee, snack on dates and get immersed in the enchanting emirate’s rich history and culture. From historical sites to water sports; hiking to golf, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in this state! Wander exotic souks, witness a camel race or two, visit art and history museums, mosques, castles and forts. Cycle or hike along the Hajar Mountain, embark on a unique desert safari or take the to sparkling beach waters to swim, sail, windsurf, jetski or kayak. Golf lovers can tee off here, at the Al Zorah Golf Club. Crafted by Nicklaus Design and managed by the renowned Troon Golf, this 72-par course has put the emirate on the golfing map!