There’s a new attraction in the capital for outdoor enthusiasts and soon-to-be a new housing hotspot for those who want to make their nest a natural paradise rather than just visit!

What’s next for discriminating nature lovers in Abu Dhabi? The new Jubail Mangrove Park! This is the place to be for you and your family to discover and explore, and it’s an absolute paradise with exceptional views, flora, and fauna aplenty!

As the name suggests, the walk will overlook the natural setting of the mangrove forest, and is located on Jubail Island, just 15 kilometres from the city centre. The Park opens in January 2020 and the reserve offers a whopping one million square feet of area to explore.

Visitors will be able to take part in kayaking, participate in educational lessons, enjoy an outdoor area for children, and just simply relax on terraces where they can admire the stunning natural landscape and much more. The reserve will spotlight the importance of Mangrove trees; and how they are essential to promote a healthy environment Jubail Island living boasts generous outdoor recreation areas, including a viewing tower, nature education stations, spacious parks, walking tracks, kayaking stations, cycling routes and ample lagoons and beaches for water sports fans. The island is a true nature lovers destination.

Jubail Island will host a new housing development; where families who enjoy an active lifestyle may find the home of their dreams. The environmentally conscious and sustainable community will host 6 different villages; ranging from a bustling Souq Al Jubail to a tranquil Mafra Al Jubail. The island will have numerous lifestyle facilities that will include restaurants, a beach club, a business centre, a sports centre, schools, supermarkets, nurseries, a community club, specialised clinics and more!

Jubail Mangrove Park is located in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, near the Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Highway [E12].

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