Ras Al Khaimah launches new vacation package – Business Traveler

The Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority is launching RAKation, a new summer campaign inviting visitors to explore the nature-based emirate and experience an endless list of activities and experiences.

From June 15 to September 15, 2022, RAKation is offering guests booking a stay of three nights or more at participating three-, four-, and five-star hotels in Ras Al Khaimah two complimentary tickets to the Jais Sledder. The latest thrilling experience to open on Jebel Jais, the country’s highest peak, Jais Sledder is the region’s longest toboggan run, covering 1,840 exhilarating meters of hairpin curves and rolling waves. Guests can choose to share the experience with a loved one or go solo, with the journey reaching up to 40 kilometers per hour as it traverses the mountain – a fun way to soak up the breathtaking views of the northern emirate.

RAKation customers will enjoy free return bus transport from key locations in Ras Al Khaimah to Jebel Jais, as well as a 30% discount on other mountain activities including the Jais Flight , the longest zipline in the world, the Jais Sky Tour (six consecutive ziplines) and dinner at 1484 by Puro, the highest restaurant in the United Arab Emirates with breathtaking mountain views.

A haven for photographers and content creators, visitors can capture their picture-perfect moments in Ras Al Khaimah via a social media contest. Anyone who posts a photo or video to their public Instagram profile with #RAKation will automatically be entered into a special draw to win one of six three-night stays in the emirate.

From rock climbing, mountain biking and hiking to relaxing spas, vast pristine beaches, lush mangroves and over 7,000 years of fascinating history to explore, Ras Al Khaimah is the perfect destination for families, friends and couples looking to escape the city and take a break from everyday life.


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