With a 7km waterfront, embracing the changing shades of the Arabian Gulf Sea and a 2km silky and pure sand beach, A Zorah natural reserve allows discovering yet other natural wonders: lucent lagoons, creeks and an inviting natural mangrove forest swarming with 58 bird species. A highest priority is given to the management and preservation of Ajman's coastal treasure: the mangrove forest. Extending over 2 square km of biologically and ecologically rich wetland, the mangrove area is also the first nursery of the coast. By contemplating the Al Zorah coastline, nature lovers will get to discover many species, including the emblematic pink flamingo. Regular and migratory birds inhabit the marine zones, turquoise lagoons, mangrove and dunes areas.