While wadi-bashing is common in Wadi Siji, Wadi Saham and Wadi Mai; it is Wadi Ham that is gaining popularity for being the longest valley with stunning mountain routes. Running over staggering 30 kilometres, go here to capture the surreal valley filled with towering stony promontories and sandy beds.7 Wareea ValleyWareea valley is a traveller’s paradise with beautiful waterfalls that can be seen all year round. The most magnificent of the lot is the 8 Masafi waterfalls, which flows Entrance to Umm al- Quwain Museum into Fujairah’s beautiful Siji valley. The Middle East is also all about manmade wonders. A resident of the Masafi village, Ali Al Mahrazi, is so in love with waterfalls that over the last 20 years he has made several artificial waterfalls. He invites tourists into his property to look at them and also have lunch with him.8. Umm Al Quwain FortLeast populous of the seven Emirates, Umm Al Quwain has many treasures waiting to be explored like the spectacular fort located at the entrance to the old town overlooking the sea. If you are curious to discover to discover the ancient Emirates, visit the museum to see local artefacts and a collection of weapons used by the rulers of the Emirate.