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Ras Al Khaimah snapshot flight returns with Seawings

Posted 26 April 2018 · Add Comment

Seawings’ Ras Al Khaimah new season snapshot tour has returned to target the growing tourist market to the Emirate.

Seawings CEO, Stuart Wheeler, says Ras Al Khaimah has become one of the most exciting destinations to visit for thrill seekers, and strong visitor numbers indicate the time is right to bring back the snapshot flight.

“Our Ras Al Khaimah Snapshot tour not only adds to the activities people can do, but also showcases the natural beauty of the Emirate,” he says.  The thrilling 20 minute Ras Al Khaimah Snapshot flight tours key coastal areas and expansive mangrove lagoons, from Marjan Island north to Ras Al Khaimah city itself.

Ras Al Khaimah has established itself as the Emirates’ adventure capital in recent years. The stunning beaches paired with the Emirate’s highest peak - Jebel Jais – offers much to explore. Recently the Jebel Jais Zipline, made headlines for being the world’s longest, and helped to spark increased interest in the region. Seawings also offer a 45 minute flight from Dubai connecting the two Emirates and takes in iconic landmarks including the Palm Jumeirah, Burj Al Arab and Burj Khalifa before travelling north towards Ras Al Khaimah. To further support the new flight, Seawings has released a luxury travel guide on Ras Al Khaimah which is available for free download on the Seawings blog.

“Our travel guides are a way of adding value to our products, supporting our partners and encouraging visitors to spend even more time here experiencing the best of the Emirates,”said Wheeler,

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