An historic tower-shaped castle set amid rocky countryside. Perched on a mountaintop, the 19th-century Masfout Castle was once the first line of defence against bandits heading to neighbouring Oman.
How to have fun on and under the water in Ajman. Year-round sunshine, beautiful beaches and safe waters make Ajman ideal for watersports such as windsurfing, jetskiing and kayaking.
Crafted by Nicklaus Design and managed by the renowned Troon Golf, Ajman’s new Al Zorah Golf Club has put the emirate on the golfing map.
From beaches and mangroves to museums and malls, Ajman city offers an exciting mix to tempt travellers of all ages.
Family park for women and children covering 40 thousand square meters with games for all ages, cafeteria, and mosque.
Located at Sheikh Zayed Street in Al Helio district.
With one million square metres of natural mangrove forest, Al Zorah Nature Reserve is a haven for bird and marine life.
A natural area, currently under development in Manama area.
The 16km stretch of beach overlooking the Arabian Gulf. Ajman’s beautiful coastline is best enjoyed with a stroll along the Corniche, where families come to promenade and picnic on the beach.