The Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization
Housed in a magnificent building with a golden dome, the Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization is the place to go to learn more about Islamic achievements and the cultural history of the UAE. The museum is in nearby Sharjah and has a collection of over 5,000 Islamic artefacts from around the world, with displays of ancient weapons, art and inventions.
Al Zorah Nature Reserve
Within easy reach of Ajman's city centre, Al Zorah Nature Reserve provides an unspoilt natural escape. Vibrant mangroves, shimmering lagoons and sandy bays stretch into the distance. Around 60 species of birds nest in the region, including pink flamingos and herons. Take a kayak out onto the gentle waters and discover the secrets of the reserve for yourself.
The Wasit Wetland Centre
The Wasit Wetland Centre is a nature reserve covering lagoons, freshwater pools, mud flats and sand dunes. It's home to over 60 species of resident and migratory birds and is a wonderful place for nature enthusiasts. The centre is well laid out to provide the best opportunities of seeing the birds, with unique viewing platforms across large aviaries.
Scuba Diving in Ajman
Head out to sea and dive below the gentle waves. With warm waters and great visibility, the United Arab Emirates is a wonderful place for scuba diving. Swim by colourful coral gardens and lots of different species of fish. You could spot angelfish, groupers, parrotfish, reef sharks, sea turtles and, if you're really lucky, a whale shark.
Dubai is only a short drive from Ajman, and a trip to the city of gold is always worth it. Visit the Burj Khalifa, the tallest skyscraper in the world, and admire the panoramic views of the sleek, futuristic cityscape. Be sure to explore the Dubai Mall, one of the largest malls in the world, with endless designer stores.

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