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Ras Al Khaimah Business Travel Guide - - BUSINESS TRAVEL -

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.

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