UAE experiences notable tourist activity from September to April. The number of tourists drops to a staggering extent during the hotter months of May, June, July and August. The bright sunny days, which pull people towards the warm beaches and glowing desert of the UAE in the winter and fall, become unbearably hot during the summer.
The entire economy of the UAE gets affected by this drop in the number of visitors. Although the rich resources of the UAE ensure you will not be exposed to heat and hot air unless you choose otherwise but the idea of lavish indoor activity does not seem to intrigue the beach lovers and desert safari enthusiasts. It appears that the UAE needs more than slashed hotel rents, retail promotions, and summer festivals to restart tourist activities during summer.
To escape the heat of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the local Arabs and wealthy expats in the UAE head to Al Ain. Al Ain is the oasis of mesmerising Arabian Desert. Located at the foot of Hajar Mountain, Al Ain has Dubai in its north and Abu Dhabi in its west. The city has experienced immense developed over the last decade and is now ready to greet the visitors who find the heat of the other UAE states unbearable.
The naturally green valley of Al Ain real estate receives noticeable rain throughout the year and enjoys a less humid and hence fresh climate especially during summer season. The city’s true worth can be judged from the fact that out of the 7 Emirates states, Al Ain has the maximum number of local Arabs residing here and those who do not live here have a summer home in Al Ain. With wide roads, developed infrastructure, yet serene and green landscape, rich in natural and mineral wealth, Al Ain is a rather peaceful and well developed city.
The city holds many attractions for the tourists, including its 7 Oases, Al Ain Zoo, Hili Archaeological Park, PaHili Fun City, Al Ain Palace Museum, and Al Ain Raceway. For the foreigners, many hotels offer great accommodation facilities and tour guides. A series of cafes, restaurants, and bars make sure that you get to the food that you desire. Bars and clubs also serve hard drinks for tourists.
Many highways connect Al Ain with the other UAE states and you can also land here at the international airport directly from other Arab states. The increasing facilities and attractions at Al Ain offer the travellers an alternate destination in the months when popular destinations like Dubai and Abu Dhabi become no-go areas due to scorching heat.