Wild Nature Jumeirah Resort is going to be opened in Abu Dhabi

The new unique resort is going to be open in Abu Dhabi, where people will be able to enjoy the highest level of comfort and observe the untouched nature of the region.

If you really think that the UAE is nothing but a concrete jungle in the middle of the desert and the seaside, you are totally wrong. The UAE offers amazing nature, but the tourists are not really interested in it, spending their time in the vibrant city. The owners of Jumeirah Resort decided to change this situation. This resort will be located on Saadiyat Island and has nothing in common with Palm Jumeirah. This resort is promised to become a real oasis, where people will be able to enjoy the highest level of comfort and discover the nature of the country. But how can the complex located in just 10 minutes from the center of Abu Dhabi and in 20 minutes from the international airport provide such incredible features?

Jumeirah Resort on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi

At least, Jumeirah Resort will be located next to the beaches where hawksbill sea turtles lay their eggs. Special organizations protect local beaches to avoid dogs and people steal the eggs, while the tourists will be able to watch both adult turtles and their babies hatching from the eggs. In addition, one can ride a bicycle and take a tour looking at the dolphins, birds, lizards, and crabs living in the mangroves.

Jumeirah Resort on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi is promised to be the first complex to combine the royal comfort with the minimum level of the nature destruction.

The complex is built in according to the ‘sustainable tourism’ concept. All the waste will be sorted and recycled, while the water will be sold only in glass bottles and jars in order to avoid the huge number of plastic bottles. Plastic dishes and cutlery are prohibited here too.


The resort will consist of a giant hotel, eight villas with 80 luxurious rooms, a spa center, a couple of infinity pools and one VIP-villa with a separate entrance.

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