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This is the largest Oasis in the city of Al Ain. It is a must to see if you are in the area. It covers 1,200 hectares and includes over 147,000 date palms. It is beautifully maintained and a pleasure to tour around. There are...More
It's always in my schedule to take my friends and relatives who visit us in Dubai to a drive through this unique oasis experience.
The drive through this well developed Oasis takes about 30mts... and the sweet cold water which gushes even in peak summer...More
We went there with a family friend who was visiting us .
A calm and cool environment yet it invites you into a glimpse of the simple life of the people before the change of the economy.
Can spend up to an hour there.
We travel to Al-Ain almost two hours just to visit The Oasis...which is UNESCO heritage by the way.You can spend several hours just walking inside the park...I strongly recommend to visit it if happen to be in Al Ain.
There are many date and palm trees,the best time to visit here is December-March(winter time).There are so many water canals.We can enjoy walking in the shade,good place for families and a great escape from the busy life.But now there is no water in the canals...More
Al Ain Oasis is the largest oasis of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
It is located in the center of Al Ain. Wonderful place that remained as it was many years ago. Beautiful grove of palm trees. The main tracks are asphalted. There is a...More
If you have never seen an oasis, this place would be an interesting draw. There's no central body of water at surface level, though, contrary to popular belief about oases. The oasis is now a big park, with peddle-bicycles for hire, sort of family fun...More
The oasis is an important part of the history of Al Ain, really the seed of the city. However, there is nothing to do there. Walk (or drive) along the roads and observe the irrigation methods used. No explanation, you have to figure it out...More
I visited their, and surprise the inside story is not intrested,. building from outsite and suround is attractive, but you get inside - wow
no thing find to catch your eyeball - so take your ball with you and walk from wall to wall,.
It’s a literal oasis in a town that’s called an oasis. Beautiful, lush, tropical gardens with plenty to do and see...for a scenic and relaxing day, it’s a definite must-do! Check out the oasis gardens in a golf cart and then walk through the fort,...More