Love is not boastful, love is not loud, and the same is true of Ras Al Khaimah. While nearby Dubai has entered the world stage with manmade islands and large buildings, Ras Al Khaimah boasts very different attractions, of which the main architect is Mother Nature. Here, there are mountains to climb, deserts to cross and lush green plains to explore with a series of creeks and lagoons. There’s no shortage of scenery to take in or adventures to be had, with sailing, watersports, golf courses and desert camping all available in this captivating land on the Arabian Peninsula. To find out more about indulging in the relaxing romantic honeymoon packages on offer here, give us a call and take the first step on a journey you’ll never forget.
‘Desert Oasis - All-Pool Villas’
The Ritz-Carlton Ras Al Khaimah, Al Wadi Desert is a secluded retreat housing a collection of all-pool villa accommodations, designed in a Bedouin nomadic style with views of the surrounding desert. Indigenous antelope species roam the grounds freely and can be viewed from the comfort of your terrace. The Al Wadi Nature Reserve spans 500 hectares across the Ghaf Tree wooded valley within Wadi Khadeeja and can be explored through a range of activities offered by the hotel. After a day of discovery, indulge in a holistic therapy within one of the spa’s pavilions. A range of restaurants offer the finest examples of Middle-Eastern and Indian cooking.
‘Beachside Villas – Natural Beauty & Cultural Heritage’
The Ritz-Carlton Ras Al Khaimah, Al Hamra Beach blends with the natural beauty of the area and embraces the cultural heritage. Lining the beach are 32 Bedouin themed luxury villas with private plunge pools and direct beach access. A resort infinity pool overlooks views of the ocean and the spa invites you to relax in one of four spa pavilions. When it comes to dining, both Arabic and international dishes are on offer and is a private dining option. The sister hotel is only 20 minutes away and here guests can enjoy a range of desert activities.