7 Best Things You Can Do in Ajman in this Winter under Budget

Are you wondering about what are the best and cheapest things to do in Ajman?. This is the time to explore out of Dubai like other Emirates.

We have come up with some best ideas about the things can be done in Ajman.

Ajman beaches
//credits to Planetware.com

1. Hit the Public Beach- Entry Free

Public beach in Ajman
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Pool like sea in Ajman is very relaxing and entertaining place to visit with your loved ones or family.

Its is crowded most of the time but still you can enjoy the view and sand.

Better choice for winter and the beach is maintained clean and pretty all the time.

Bring a mat or chair with some snacks and dip yourself in water for sometimes.

But finding parking facility will need some patience and mindfulness. But worth the energy and patience.

2. Try Shawarma at Bab AlHara Restaurant

Syrian Restaurant5 AED

best-shawarma-to try in Ajman
//credits to Bayut.com

Google review- 4.1/5 (for 2.4K reviews)

A must try shawarma place & also Arabic cuisine I would say with completely beautiful ambience and service.

Take your family out for a dinner to eat tasty meals for lesser budget and greater quality of meal.

More over this restaurant is very famous for Grilled food as well.

They will not disappoint you for the drive through as well, they serve very quick even in that severe demand and crowd.

3. Go Kayaking at Al Zorah

Enjoy the beautiful mangroves, watching so many birds like Flamingoes, Eagles, Heron and much more.

Hours depends a bit on the Tide and it is better to go on weekdays if possible to enjoy in an empty water land.

Weekends tend to get busier but it will be a wonderful expereince.

They have Morning & Afternoon tour. Watching sunset will be an amazing moment in this place.

Tour will be around 2 hours. Safety measurers are provided. Pre Booking is mendetory.

Price: 175 AED per adult and 135AED for the kids for 2 hour trip.

Contact Details: Quest For Adventure

WhatsApp: 0585670730

4. Visit Ajman Museum

Ajman Museum
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An attractive place Located in Ajman City where mostly the glimpse of past stories of Ajman kept safe.

Archaeology, manuscripts, folk costumes, souvenirs, and more.

We can check out the culture of the people lived in there in terms of pottery, fishing and other exhibits.

Museum Entrance Fee:

Adults: AED5

Family: Irrespective of the members AED15

School Students: AED 1

5. Meal at Grove Restaurant

Grove restaurant Ajman
//Credits to The Grove Restaurant UAE

A restaurant with the stunning view with Mangrove and sunset from the back. This will definitely be a wonderful Emirati Cuisine experience in Ajman.

The entrance view will be the wetland, the Zorah Golf Club and this gives the feeling of coming closer to nature. The food quality tends to be high and very authentic.

Allocated play area for kids. Delicious meal with reasonable price and the service is very quick.

Spacious place with breathtaking interior design and dine in arrangement.

Google review: 4.2/5 (513 reviews)

Price per person average: AED 4-20

Location: Al Ittihad St – Al Jerf 1 – Ajman

6. Go Hiking at Masfout

Masfout Ajman
// Credits to Curley Tales

Masfout is south of the UAE located near Hatta which needs a 90 minutes drive from Ajman City.

A rocky country side suits for walking, hiking, mountain biking and wadi exploration.

It is going to be expanded with beautiful resorts, restaurants and tourism spots in near future.

7. Go Fishing

Fishing in Ajman
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Its more of a fun activity but you have to get your fishing license worth AED 110. If you do not want to get a license, you can go for a group fishing with captains which demands some additional amount of pay.

For example 6 hours of fishing trip with some fishing equipment for up to 8 people will cost around AED 1499.

Even in the pricy side but definitely a super cool experience though!.

Until Next Time!

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