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    Masafi market.

    by euzkadi Written Sep 18, 2011
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    Masafi is a small town famous for it´s market, a good place to buy carpets from Iran or Pakistan, pottery from the Emirates, and also some fruits and vegetable stalls. The town has a long main street where all the stalls and shops are located and is visited by everybody travelling the road from Dubai to Dibba, the market is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day of the week.

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    Al Bidyah mosque.

    by euzkadi Written Sep 18, 2011
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    A mosque built of stone and mudbricks in 1446 AD, is the oldest mosque in the Emirates and one of the holiest. The building has four domes supported by an internal pillar unusual for religious architecture in the region, the inside of the mosque is not accessible to non-Muslims. Located between the road between Dibba and Khor Fakkan.

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    • Archeology
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    Canyon in the Hajjar Mountains

    by Kuznetsov_Sergey Written Aug 17, 2009

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    Fujairah is the only Emirate of the UAE that is almost totally mountainous.
    The Hajjar Mountains separate Fujairah from the rest of the country. The mountain range got its name from the Arabic word meaning “stone mountains”. They aren’t very high but on the way from the plain (200m) to Masafi (450m) and Diba Al Hisn (on the ocean coast) the road runs on the level 200-550 m between mountains which rise between 500m up to 990m (Jabal Dad Mountain - the highest mountain in the area). The road is very picturesque and you will see deep wadies (canyons) and huge rocks. Usually excursion buses make stops at the deep canyon which provides brilliant views at the mountain area.

    You can watch my 53 sec HD Video Fujairah Hijjar Canyon out of my Youtube channel with Mesrah Mashed Arabian hit.

    You may watch my high resolution photo of Fujairah on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 25° 23' 44.85" N 56° 11' 0.38" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Hajjar Mountains Canyon.

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    Masafi Friday Market

    by Kuznetsov_Sergey Written Aug 17, 2009

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    A market, called the Masafi Friday Market or Souq al Juma, as it is known locally, even though it is open seven days a week, is found on the Dubai-Fujairah Road as you approach Masafi. The main items to bargain for are rugs, earthenware, antiques and souvenirs.
    This is a great place to buy carpets, mats, shrubs (from Afghanis and Pakistanis).

    Despite its name, the market is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day of the week.

    You can watch my 4 min 56 sec HD Video Fujairah Masafi Market out of my Youtube channel with Ismail – Yertseven Kardesler – Geceler Arabian hit.

    You may watch my high resolution photo of Fujairah on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 25° 17' 30.94" N 56° 6' 35.38" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Masafi Market .

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    What to do in Fujairah

    by dave.richards Written Jul 14, 2006

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    Al Fujairah is now what Dubai was a few years ago. It is a developing resort. In 1999 my wife and I were two of the few westerners there. Now there are many.
    One 5 star hotel (Hilton) has become 4 with another 4 being built as you reas this. Visiting there now expect a far more relaxed way of life. Historical and natural features are the main things to see. It's museum, castle, the old fort at Dibnah (if you can find it! We tried, saw it but couldn't get to it), the old mosque at Badiyh near Khor Fahkan, the Mangrove swamps at Khor Kelba are a few places worthy of seeing.
    Several archeological digs are in progress nearby with a couple at Masafi. Speaking of Masafi, hire a 4 wheel drive and go up into the Hajja mountains for a most peaceful experience.
    Sit in one of the many coffee shops and watch the world and his wife go by. Take a drive north towards Dibba and RAK or go south to the desert city of Al Ain.
    In Fujairah it is up to you to find things to do. In Dubai it is thrust upon you in shed loads, not so in Fujairah.

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    Bullfighting

    by AbuDhabi Written May 24, 2006

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    Fujairah Bullfight

    Every Friday afternoon at 4.30 the pickups roll in with bulls, ready to fight their bloodless duels without matador or banderillas. Fujairah is the only place in the UAE where you can find this unique "sport".

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  • Swiming on the coral reef

    by francoludo Written Apr 10, 2006

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    Near Fujairah there is this little island named snoopy for its shape!
    The island is 100 mt from the beach and in front of the private beach of a Motel.
    We were there for a day trip from Dubai, so we had the possiblity to rent the snorkel gear from the MOtel beach shop: we did the round trip of the island looking to a lot of colored exotic fish on the coral reef.
    It's not the red sea but is pretty...I hade the possibility to swim with a turtle fora while.

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  • Snorkeling!

    by rocco1 Written Mar 18, 2006

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    this is Indian ocean side....if u like to swim in the middle of the fises this is the place......there is a little island named Snoopy, here there are osm beach facilities of a Motl where u can find fins and goodle so y can discover the paradise underwater
    If u don't want to pay the ticket for the beach facilities u can reach it from the other side of the beach and ask to the beach desk only the equipement! Enjoy

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    The oldes's Emirates Mosquee

    by ludogatto Written Mar 26, 2005

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    old Mosquee

    I don't remember the name but this Old mosquee is on the road between Al Aqqa e Kor Fakkan.
    It's a nice palce, it's renovated and there is a beautiful littel desert garden...this is the old style mosquees ( about 1400 d.c.) and it's possible to enter without shoes and with adapted dress......

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    fishermans and Hammer car!

    by ludogatto Written Mar 26, 2005

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    Al Aqqa, The Meridien M'Monster'

    I stayed 3 days in Al Aqqa area, walking on the beach or waching the fisherman working, freeing the fishes that they cannot be eaten from the nets( turtle or arayas,....) to save them...the sea nature is strong but you can find some petroleum spots in the sand cause in Fujairah there is a oilport!!!
    The nature preservation is becaming in Emirates but he way is longggggg!!!!
    For example the hotels have to block the beaches with big stones because the national sports is to run with big 4 wheels car ( like the monster 'Hammer') on the beach or in the dunes....one days I was sunbathing and for an hours and half a big Hammer runned behiond us in the dunes only to jokes...probaly was a rented car from tourist but they are not used to the sand and they risked an accident....crazy!

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    Snoopy island snorkelin'

    by ludogatto Written Mar 26, 2005

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    Beetwwen Dibba and Fujairah there is the Sandy Beach motel and in front of is beach there is a little island.....you can swim for 30 meters and you will be in the blue, with corals, colored fish and turtles.....it's nice....you can dive also, it isn't like the red sea but you will be in the middel of million s of litlle fishes, they touch you!!!
    The bad thing is that every day there are day trip from Dubai or the other sea city and all the days 50/70 persons ( the most of them are russian or from the east country) arrive to see the fish!!!! but a lot of them don't know nothing about the particular balance of this eco system...they WALK on the coral, with the head in the water because they are not able to swim, and they destroy the marin life!!!!
    The guides don't expalin them how to sea or to use snorkels so from 11.30 to 13.30 you sea a big group of people laughing, crying or making noise in the water....after they go to the 'all you can eat' restaurant and they are happy....i
    I stayed 3 days in this Motel, walking on the beach or waching the fisherman working, freeing the fishes that they cannot be eaten from the nets( turtle or arayas,....) to save them...the sea nature is strong but you can find some petroleum spots in the sand cause in Fujairah there is a oilport!!!
    The nature preservation is becaming in Emirates but he way is longggggg!!!!

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    guard tower

    by ludogatto Written Mar 26, 2005

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    On the hill behind the mosquee there is the guard tower....yoiu can have a little walk to go on but not during the hot hours!!!

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