UAE is home to some of the most stunning man-made marvels in the world. Man-made or real, UAE definitely leaves no-stone unturned in coming up with the most innovative and unbelievable experiences for it’s people. These Islands are not just a piece of land in the middle of the ocean, they offer luxury accommodation, adventure sports and beautiful landscapes. This summer season let’s get-to-know the emirates a little better, Let’s go island-hopping!
— Al Noor Island, Sharjah
The brand new addition to the island wagon is this beautiful jewel in Sharjah, Al Noor island. Located in Al Khalid Lagoon, this Island has spectacular lighting displays and exceptional art installations. They also have a Butterfly House with more than 500 butterflies. An exciting new escape for all the Sharjah residents!
— Nurai Island, Abu Dhabi
Looking for a luxurious getaway? A short 15 min boat ride from Abu Dhabi leads you to this secluded turquoise paradise. Home to an extravagant resort, Zaya Nurai Island Resort. With its uninterrupted serendipity and gorgeous architecture, this island is a dream vacation you have been dreaming about!
— Crescent Moon Island, Dubai
Located around 70 km from Dubai, Moon Island is a little getaway from the cityscapes. Named after it’s shape, this island with its clear waters and water sports facility offers you a taste of your own private island. Visitors can book a full-day tour on charter yachts or sail through on their own boats.
— Sir Baniyas Island, Abu Dhabi
Located on the lap of nature, this Island offers wildlife experiences, family-friendly activities, luxurious hotels and historical sites. More than half the island is made up of wildlife reserves and is totally a unique experience for the people of UAE.
— Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi
Just minutes away from the center of Abu Dhabi, Saadiyat Island is a cultural hub with scenic beauty all around. It houses UAE’s most priced attraction, Louvre. The island also has white-sand beaches and an array of hotels offering the best to it’s visitors.
(Contributed by Safia Mansoor)