Within a territory of 755 sq. km, Umm Al Quwain is one of the delightful emirates in UAE with lavish green waterfront mangrove coating the shores of Persian Gulf, inland over the moving sand hills this emirate has prolific desert garden encompassing Falaj Al Moalla a picturesque and mainstream vacationer area. With a populace of 72,000 which is least in UAE the customary exercises done in this emirate are fishing, falconry, camel dashing, and dhow building. Umm Al Quwain's wetlands in Khor Al Beidah are a characteristic heaven for transitory fowls, lavish mangrove forests of this district pull in winged creatures from the northern half of the globe and make the best spot for fledgling viewing and nature devotees. Conventional exercises, for example, dhow building and sports, for example, falconry and camel dashing are mainstream in the emirate.
Free Zone in Umm Al Quwain
Umm Al Quwain has a free zone as Ahmed Bin Rashid Port and Free Trade Zone. It is the biggest port in the Emirate of Umm Al Quwain, built up under the support of Sheik Rashid Bin Ahmed Al Mu'alla in 1998 working as a key section leave point for the compartment, general, and mass payload in the northern UAE.
Ahmed Bin Rashid Port and Free Trade Zone in Umm Al Quwain (UAQ-FTZ)
Ahmed Bin Rashid port has a four-billet office, a 845-meter long quay divider and is very much associated by roadways to different parts of UAE by a brilliant street framework. The area around the port zone has been formed into Umm Al Quwain Free Zone (UAQ-FZ) a clamoring place for exchange and monetary causticity that permits organizations to work with charge exception and full unfamiliar possession.This zone is specially maintained and comes under the control of Umm Al Quwain Free zone authority delivering comprehensive infrastructure with incentives for businesses to operate. UAQ FTZ is an ideal location for micro-business, SME, and conglomerates to function with a range of services and a streamlined process designed by the authorities to facilitate efficient operation.