Why Our City Needs Lovin RAK


Many think that to live in the UAE, you have to really work for it – and while that may be true, the burn-out is just not worth it. Every once in a while you have to take a deep breath of fresh air, away from the hustle and bustle of the city and just relax.

If you live in the very active emirates of Dubai, Sharjah or Abu Dhabi, you might want to look for relaxation somewhere where the mountains meet the ocean… somewhere like Ras Al Khaimah.

RAK is more than just a staycation spot, it’s a serene wonderland

We’re here to show you the true colours of Ras Al Khaimah through the looking lens of Lovin RAK. We don’t just post about ‘oh, look how pretty this emirate is’ but rather we dive into what makes Ras Al Khaimah so special.

While you might think of RAK as just a staycation emirate, you might want to look at the wonderful 345,000 residents it has.

And while you also might think that the UAE is superficial, man-made, or “fake,” you also might want to take a hard look at Ras Al Khaimah, which is home to the largest mountain in the country.

Okay, it’s not Majorca

Nor is it Oahu

Or even Makarska

And although all these amazing cities have beaches and mountains, so does RAK and it’s not a plane-ticket-away

RAK is a second home to the adventurers, the risk-takers, the foodies, the calm folks, the animal lovers and for all as you’ll come to notice on Lovin RAK.

Ras Al Khaimah is proof that the UAE is not the stereotypical party/night-scene country people claim it is. It celebrates its culture and heritage just as big as it celebrates New Year’s Eve for example. It’s a welcoming and tolerant place that expats from all over the world call home.

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