Al Ain Zoo
Unleash your inner daredevil at this water park. Admission buys access to pools, restaurants and low-ropes course only. Make...
Al Ain Camel Market
It’s dusty, noisy, pungent and chaotic, but never mind: Al Ain’s famous camel market is a wonderful immersion in traditional Arabic...
Al Jahili Fort
Surrounded by a lush park, this fairytale fort was constructed in the 1890s as the summer residence of Sheikh Zayed I (1836–1909) and...
Sip exotic rum concoctions while taking in the trippy tiki decor and enjoying a wide choice of tasty bar snacks at this happening spot...
Qemat Jebel Hafeet Restaurant & Cafeteria
With a pleasant, wadi-side location overlooking the green, spring-fed slopes of Jebel Hafeet, this restaurant is open for breakfast,...
Al Ain Zoo information
The region’s largest and most acclaimed zoo has modern, spacious enclosures inhabited by indigenous and exotic species. Observe grazing Arabian oryx, big-horned Barbary sheep, lazy crocodiles, tigers and lions and dozens of other species, some of them born at the zoo, which has a well-respected conservation and breeding program. Special treats for tots include the petting zoo, bird shows and giraffe feedings. The zoo is off Zayed Al Awwal and Nahyan Al Awwal Sts.