UAE is known for something new everytime. This time they have come across even better idea. The desert UAE now will have African Safari. Yes, African Safari in UAE, that will be possible. New African Safari in UAE Tourist attraction will be built across locations in UAE. This will be one of its kinds.
Plans for a major new tourist attraction in Al Ain, featuring an African safari experience, botanical gardens and an amphitheatre, have been approved by the Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UPC). World Desert Oasis is among 76 new projects and master plans approved by the UPC and is one of several approved projects that are set to enhance Al Ain’s appeal as a tourist destination.
Designed to showcase wildlife in its natural environment, World Desert Oasis is a project within the Zoo and Aquarium Public Institution of Al Ain (ZAPIA) and will be one of the many zones that make up ZAPIA Park, news agency WAM reported.
Visitors will be able to explore communal areas including an oasis garden, a botanical garden, a children’s discovery area and an African World Desert, it added without saying when the project is likely to open.
The UPC has also approved a plan for the use of industrial land surrounding Al Ain International Airport, with a focus on the aerospace industry, WAM said.
The UPC also approved several developments in Al Gharbia, the Western Region of Abu Dhabi, to improve the lifestyle of the existing communities.These include phase 1 of the Al Wajeha Al Bahria Project Plan, the first mixed-use waterfront development in Mirfa City, which aims to attract more people to the area. It will consist of four buildings, retail and residential, containing 126 apartments and 10 villas.
Al Hai Al Tejari project, a mixed-use development at the centre of Ghayathi City, which will include a town centre, office and retail space, residential apartments and a cinema, was also given the green light.
Other approved projects include the concept plan for Al Maryah Central, formerly known as Sowwah Central, a world-class shopping, dining and family entertainment destination at the heart of Al Maryah Island; the M Tower development on Al Reem Island, a 29-storey residential tower; the master plan for Nareel Island, an exclusive development by Aldar Properties consisting of 148 plots; and a detailed plan for the further development of the Yas Beach Club on Yas Island.
The management said they are aware of the changes and the impact associated with it. Setting up an African Safari in UAE is a challenge and the authorities are ready with it. They are ready to handle all such social, environmental and other challenges that may come across in this project.