Add adventure to your team’s itinerary with one of these thrilling offerings for MICE groups.
Ras Al Khaimah boasts the world’s longest zipline, Jais Flight, which spans 2,83 kilometers. For MICE participants, the adrenalin-epumping ride begins at the Jebel Jais mountain summit, the highest peak in the UAE. At speeds of up to 150 kilometers per hour, business travelers will fly 1680 meters above Ras Al Khaimah across incredible views of sweeping mountains and the Arabian Gulf.
Another mountain adventure thrills attendees while staying firmly on the ground. The Jais Sledder sends riders hurling through the Hajar mountain at up to 40 kilometers per hour across a curving track that spans 1,840 meters and provides impressive views throughout.
Beyond its beautiful beaches, Ras Al Khaimah has access to the Arabian Gulf for water sports and activities. On the surface, parasailing, jet skiing, water skiing are available, as are fly-fishing and deep sea fishing adventures. MICE groups can also embark on adventures beneath the surface to discover the deepest natural wonders of the Nature Emirate, including coral reefs and vibrant marine life. For certified divers, this adventure includes highly-equipped SCUBA diving with Adventure Sports.
A sunrise hot-air-balloon ride is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure that attendees will not soon forget. The voyage with ActionFlight Balloon Experience, the first aviation facility of its kind in the region, includes breathtaking views of the mountains, sea, mangroves, and wildlife for groups of up to 20 people per basket.
The Bear Grylls Explorers Camp is the leading destination in Ras Al Khaimah for team-building challenges and hair-raising activities. Here, participants will train with expert guides in desert survival skills and thrills including a ropes course, archery, mountain biking, and hiking.
MICE attendees can explore the Nature Emirate on horseback. At Al Wadi Equestrian Centre, participants can take horse riding lessons and trek Ras Al Khaimah’s dunes from atop of an Arabian horse. These horses have long been central to Emirati culture and provide an exciting mode for seeing Arabian oryx, camels, and other desert animals.
Desert Safaris take adventurous attendees from Al Wadi Nature Reserve and Bedouin Oasis Camp to explore the rolling dunes and wildlife of the Emirati desert. Additional sandy group adventures include sand-boarding, camel expeditions, and dune buggy rides.