The Emirate of Ajman is situated on the coast of the Arabian Gulf.

Extending over a distance of 16 km, between the emirates of Umm Al Qaiwain and Sharjah.

The area of the emirate is 259 square kilometers, equivalent to 0.3% of the country’s total area, excluding the islands.

The town of Ajman, the capital of the emirate, lies on the coast of the Arabian Gulf. It comprises the Ruler’s office, companies, banks and commercial markets.

The port of Ajman is located along a natural creek (Khor) which penetrates the town.

The two major regions in the emirate are Masfout, an agricultural area, lying at a distance of 110 Km long at the South east, and Manama located 60 km to the east.

The Corniche

Much of the activity in Ajman is concentrated along the Corniche and its attractive 16km stretch of beach overlooking the Arabian Gulf.

The Corniche boasts a wide variety of shopping options, including souks, markets and malls, both traditional and fast food restaurants, cafes and shops.

Al Naseem Nature Reserve

A natural area, currently under development in Manama area.

Al Naseem Nature Reserve is expected to showcase the beauty of the region’s natural landscape while protecting its rarest flora and fauna.

When completed, the nature reserve will feature a number of natural parks, a nursery for plants, and an education center for students, biologists and others interested in learning more about the landscape.

Al Zorah Nature Reserve

With a 7km waterfront, embracing the changing shades of the Arabian Gulf Sea and a 2km silky and pure sand beach, A Zorah natural reserve allows discovering yet other natural wonders: lucent lagoons, creeks and an inviting natural mangrove forest swarming with 58 bird species.

A highest priority is given to the management and preservation of Ajman’s coastal treasure: the mangrove forest.

Extending over 2 square km of biologically and ecologically rich wetland, the mangrove area is also the first nursery of the coast.

By contemplating the Al Zorah coastline, nature lovers will get to discover many species, including the emblematic pink flamingo.

Regular and migratory birds inhabit the marine zones, turquoise lagoons, mangrove and dunes areas.

Al Rashidiya Park

Located at Badr Street, it is a large and popular family park covering 40,000 sqm with a variety of play facilities, open green spaces, a cafe and plenty of seating areas.

The park is for women and children only.