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Mangrove Walk in Jubail Island, Modon’s first lifestyle destination will open in 2020 and we cannot wait to go!
Due to be completed early 2020, this leading lifestyle and tourist destination will highlight the importance of Mangrove trees and is the first of a portfolio of lifestyle destinations by Modon Properties.
This unique boardwalk will offer a unique design of Mangrove Walk, reflecting the local nature and highlighting the coastal features of the region. It will provide residents and visitors a chance to explore the surrounding unique habitat which includes these natural mangroves.
A new lifestyle destination with a large range of varied outdoor activities
Once complete, Mangrove Walk will be host to a number of facilities including kayaking activities, a boardwalk with interactive educational lessons, a play area for children and viewing terraces for visitors to enjoy the stunning natural scenery on offer. There will also be a visitor’s center, which aims to raise awareness about mangrove trees and their environmental significance.
Abdulla Al Sahi, CEO of Modon, said: “Mangrove Walk is the first of its kind in Modon’s destination package, which aims to enhance Abu Dhabi’s profile in ecotourism. The project covering over one million square meters is filled with maritime mangroves trees which will be used for tourism, creative and educational purposes for both residents and tourists.
“It has been an honor to welcome H.H. Sheikh Khalid to Mangrove Walk and have the opportunity to highlight one of our first non-residential projects, as well as our commitment to the highest standards of sustainability and environmental protection.”
Modon conceptualised the Mangrove Walk to showcase and educate local and international visitors about Abu Dhabi’s natural heritage and environmental conservation efforts.
The project enjoys close proximity to other popular destinations in Abu Dhabi including Yas Waterpark, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi and Saadiyat Island’s Cultural District.
Khalid bin Mohamed bin Zayed during his tour of Mangrove Walk in Al Jubail Island, which he instructed to be completed by Jan 2020. In line with Abu Dhabi government’s vision to build sustainable communities, the project aims to showcase #AbuDhabi’s natural heritage. pic.twitter.com/4lrJK3jliV
— Abu Dhabi Government Media Office (@admediaoffice) November 12, 2019
More information about Mangrove National Park on the EAD website: https://www.ead.gov.ae/en/experience-green-abu-dhabi/places-to-go/mangrove-national-park
More about Jubail Island | https://www.jubailisland.ae/en/discover
MANGROVE WALK | Mangrove National Park, Jubail Island, Abu Dhabi
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