Set sail for Sir Bani Yas Island, the most beautiful and richest nature reserve in Abu Dhabi, and enjoy an extraordinary experience in a magnificent setting!
Que vous soyez en couple, entre amis ou en famille avec de jeunes enfants ou des adolescents cette escapade s’adresse à tous ceux qui souhaitent se déconnecter et découvrir la faune et la flore des Emirats dans un cadre idyllique.
ON THE AGENDA
From the boat that takes you to the island, you will see a silhouette on the horizon. Welcome to the island of Sir Bhani Yas in Abu Dhabi, a paradise combining pure nature, heavenly beaches, adventure, historical sites and charming accommodation. A little piece of paradise!
You will reach your accommodation directly. There are only three hotels on the island, all belonging to the same chain but offering three very different experiences. Depending on your desires and your budget, you can choose a “classic” luxury hotel overlooking the Persian Gulf, a luxurious but rustic pavilion or a private villa facing a fine sandy beach.
For your first afternoon on the island, you can choose to enjoy your superb hotel and its swimming pool or go on an adventure. Many sports and cultural activities are possible, and this is what makes this island so special.
You can go cycling or mountain biking to discover the richness of this natural reserve, take a kayak tour to admire the mangrove swamps or visit the only Christian monastery in the Emirates which dates back to the 7th century.
In the early morning, you will set off on an adventurous 4×4 safari into the Arabian Wildlife Park, one of Abu Dhabi’s largest nature reserves. With more than ten thousand animals in the wild, you will be amazed! Accompanied by an experienced guide, you will be able to admire the famous Arabian oryx, but also giraffes, cheetahs, ostriches, hyenas and gazelles in their natural habitat.
The island of Sri Bani Yas in Abu Dhabi is named after the tribe that founded the Emirates of Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Before it was opened to the public, it was a private island where the first president of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Zayed, undertook to create a conservation area for the original flora and fauna of the region. In view of this history, to be able to visit Sir Bani Yas Island today is a real privilege!