- Get a fresh perspective of Ras Al Khaimah’s tourist attractions by taking off from Marjan Island and soaring in a luxury seaplane.
- The breathtaking 45-minute flight provides eternal views over Dubai’s famous landmarks, such as the Burj Khalifa, World Islands, Palm Jumeirah, and the Burj Al Arab.
- Enjoy an exquisite water take off in Ras Al Khaimah and then a stunning water landing on the historic Dubai Creek.
- Discover the heritage of the Dubai Creek area, a place full of stories that show you another side to Dubai.
A seaplane adventure tops most lists of things to do in Ras Al Khaimah. It affords sublime views of the area before sweeping you away to the unforgettable symbols of Dubai like the Burj Khalifa.
After exploring the Ras Al Khaimah tourist places at leisure, just make your way to Marjan island in the touristic heart of the area. After a short briefing you’re ready to depart. Except a seaplane doesn’t take off from land like most aircraft.
Your seaplane gracefully ascends from the waters around Marjan Island, slowly taking you above the city. A gentle pace ensures you get beautiful views of the Ras Al Khaimah tourist attractions, allowing you to compliment exploring on land with exploring from the air.
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A 45-minute Seaplane Journey from Ras Al Khaimah
This seaplane flight is a premium part of Ras Al Khaimah tour packages and it’s easy to see why. The 45-minute journey skirts along the coast, bringing surreal views over Port Rashid and then the Palm Jumeirah. Skilfully turning the plane 180 degrees, the pilot takes you above the World Islands for a second look at the Burj Al Arab, before soaring through the famous cityscape of Dubai. You might have seen the skyline from the top deck of the Burj Khalifa. Witnessing it all from a nine-passenger seaplane is a far more exclusive and unique experience, with every moment bringing a new vista from the large private windows. Designed for sightseeing, the customized seaplanes ensure every passenger has uninterrupted views and wide comfortable seats. So there’s no need to pass the camera to someone else.
Top of the Things to do in Ras Al Khaimah
The Dubai Creek was the UAE’s first airport and British seaplanes landed here up to five times a week during the 1930’s and 1940’s. So you’re touching down on a slice of heritage as the seaplane gently lands on water. For the pilot it’s a regular experience. He’s landed a seaplane thousands of times. But for first-time passengers it’s a thrilling experience, the water looming larger before you gently come to a stop on the creek. Disembark here and you can spend the day exploring the tourist attractions around Dubai Creek, revelling in the heritage of the city’s historic area. The tour can also be completed with a return land transfer, allowing you to continue ticking things off your list of things to do in Ras Al Khaimah.