AS MENTIONED, travelling around Ras Al Khaimah couldn’t be simpler, and neither could your entry into the Emirate. Citizens from most countries are able to enter via a free of charge visa, to the Ras Al Khaimah International Airport which is situated just 20 minutes from the city centre.
And from that point on, especially on your business travels, it’s probably best to keep a reputable taxi company’s number nearby.
Without a railway system to speak of, and unless you fancy getting by under your own steam through a car rental, the metered taxi network is by far the best way to go and this all begins from your airport pick-up which you can arrange prior to arrival.
The other less glamorous option is to opt for the comprehensive bus service that runs not just around Ras Al Khaimah but between Ras Al Khaimah and the neighbouring cities of Al Quwain, Ajman, Sharjah and Dubai too.
Again though, while the taxis are on meters and costs can mount up, nowhere is so far away that it’s not worth taking the stress out of a journey between these bordering locations.