All the Must Visit UAE Lakes

  • Publish date: Tuesday، 27 April 2021
All the Must Visit UAE Lakes

­­UAE is mainly known for its skyscrapers and modernistic architecture, but if you would to ever need a change UAE can definitely offer that as a getaway. Here are the most popular UAE lakes that you can visit for a scenery change.

  • Love Lakes

Love Lake Dubai, Al Qudra - Heart-shaped Lakes in the Dubai Desert

The beautiful Love Lakes are shaped in a heart form and are located in Al Qudra Oasis, if you go there, you will not be able to see the heart shaped lake unless it is from an aerial view. However, it is a nice spot to go for when you want to get away from skyscrapers, you will also be able to find flamingos, ducks and swans.

  • Moon Lake


Recently we have been introduced to UAE’s new Moon Lake that is not too far away from the Love Lakes at Al Qudra as you can find it using the co-ordinates 24.7874218, 55.3065662.

  • Pink Lake

Hidden Gem" ... a photographer documents a charming pink lake that has  become the focus of attention in the UAE - Archyde

The Pink Lake has been discovered in the UAE back in January by the young Emirati photographer Ammar Al Farsi. The 19-year-old student from Sharjah captured shots of the lake in Ras al Khaimah, which can be found in Saraya Islands. According to Dr. Saif Al Ghais, Director General of the Environment Protection and Development Authority in Ras Al Khaimah, “The water discoloration and its transformation to pink is due to the proliferation of red algae, which include more than 4,000 species.”

  • The Lake of Expo 2020

How to get to the stunning Expo 2020 Dubai Lake | Things To Do | Time Out  Dubai

 In celebration of the anticipated Expo 2020 exhibition, which will now take place in 2021, a manmade Expo lake has been created. This manmade lake is located quite a distance away from the Expo2020 site. However, if you’re getting out of Dubai from Al Maktoum International Airport.

  • Al Wathba Salt Lake

All the Must Visit UAE Lakes

Al Wathba Wetland Reserve is the first area in Abu Dhabi designated for protection by law and was established by the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan

Once a coastal salt flat (sabkha), it has now flourished into natural and man-made lakes that enable many of Abu Dhabi's species to thrive. 

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