While Abu Dhabi may be known for its desert landscapes, the emirate is also home to sites that provide a lush green escape as well as having a rich biodiversity. The Al Wathba Wetland Reserve is one such site and has become a popular spot amongst bird watchers too. Nature lovers in search of suitable accommodation Abu Dhabi has to offer that lets one enjoy the region’s natural heritage can stay at Eastern Mangroves, Abu Dhabi. This charming hotel in Abu Dhabi is set right along the waterfront and provides the perfect setting in which to enjoy kayaking and exploring mangroves.
Plan a trip to the Al Wathba Wetland Reserve which is a Ramsar recognised wetland site and which plays a vital role in preserving the region’s delicate environmental balance. The reserve is home to a variety of small mammals, insects and reptiles though the main draw here is the over 200 bird species that frequent the area for breeding or feeding. A perfect place to see the greater flamingo, the Al Wathba Wetland Reserve makes for an ideal spot to spend a day out in nature.
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