It's a free activity in dubai, not much to see except by using the binoculars at the observation area.
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I feel this place is ok to visit once. You cant see much birds but still you can enjoy in this place. Can do good photography.
Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary is a place to visit to see the beautiful red flamingos who has made Dubai stop over during the migration period. They generally come in Winter starting Sep and can be seen until March.
Lets begin with the good sides: -the scenery is beautiful -its free -the guy who worked there was friendly -the place is clean and well equiped -its one of the few "enviromental/natural" attractions in dubai -you get immerged quickly. You hear the nature songs and...More
If I ever need to be bird watching and yet wish absolute silence and quiet, then this is probably the most beautiful place to be and watch the birds in the sanctuary relaxing themselves and they even await their food truck to come and give...More
There are two hides and of course we went to the one where there were no Flamingos. After looking at the limited birds, a helpful security guy directed us to the flamingo hide. When we got there was plenty of flamingos to see even without...More
Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, is a wetland reserve renowned for attracting migratory birds in large numbers. The wetlands have large numbers of birds, crustaceans, small mammals and fish.
We stopped here around 3pm, in the heat of the day. There were lots of birds (including flamingos), but they were quite far from the viewing area. After we left, I noticed that if I had walked along the fence I might have been able...More
There is a small parking spot near the E66 and from there it is a short walk to the viewing deck. The flamingos are fed at 10am and 4pm, so you should visit at these times. You can take a look at these wild birds...More
This place is interesting to visit... the place by itself is not pretty (is an observation deck on a sandbank with a food storage close by for the flamingos) but you will get the chance to see several flamingos, their interaction with the feeder and...More