There are not many direct flights from India to Fujairah. Therefore, the best option to travel to the emirate is to first fly to either Dubai or Abu Dhabi and take a further domestic flight to the city. Many airlines fly to and from India to Dubai as well as Abu Dhabi including Air India, Air India Express, Jet Airways and Qatar Airways etc. One can book a flight from several cities of India as well to either of the two cities.
A tourist visa to Fujairah can be applied online with a fee of AED 210 for e-DNRD, AED 220 for an e-form and a deposit of AED 1000, which is refundable amount upon departure of the sponsored person. This visa is valid for 60 days starting from the date of issue while valid only for 30 days from the date of arrival. It is also renewable for another 330 days with an extra fee of amount AED 620. The service is available at e-DNRD and e-Services.
Fujairah is home to the Fujairah International Airport that caters to limited low-cost airlines to and from the city. If a direct flight from your country to Fujairah is not available then there is an alternative option. You can always book your flight to either Abu Dhabi International Airport or the Dubai International Airport. These airports are further connected to Fujairah through cheap flights.
One can also travel to Fujairah through car or taxi and once again. Taxis can be hired from Old Plaza Cinema in Fujairah, which can take you to Dubai or Sharjah. There is also an option of shared taxi (from Deira Taxi Stand) that begins journey as soon as the taxi is full. An individual taxi costs around AED 170 but it also depends upon where one wants to go in Dubai. However, the metered taxis may charge double from Dubai to Fujairah.
Commuting around Fujairah is quite easy with readily available taxi at affordable price almost anywhere in the city. One will find the shining metered Nissan Altimas and Toyota Camrys as taxi with fare starting from AED 3 during daytime and AED 3.5 at night. One can also take a bus available from the Fujairah bus station connecting almost entire city. The interstate Emirate buses also ply to Dubai. However, the city of Fujairah is not well designed for pedestrians, so beware while walking along the roads.