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A rendering of the desert project
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Shurooq's Mleiha Fossil Rock Lodge 60pc complete

SHARJAH, July 30, 2017

The second phase of the 'Mleiha eco-tourism and archaeology' project in Sharjah is 60 per cent complete, a report has revealed.

The Mleiha Fossil Rock Lodge project, part of the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority's (Shurooq) commitment to the development of tourist destinations and facilities in various areas of the emirate, aims to provide a unique experience for desert lovers, said a report in WAM.

Located close to the Fossil Rock, it offers guests a relaxing experience and the opportunity to explore wildlife more closely.

Among the recreational activities offered by Desert Rock Lodge is the desert safari adventures with four-wheel drive or desert bikes, the report said.

The design of the project is unique in all its elements, with earthy colours reflecting the general nature of the desert environment surrounding it, but in a modern mould that preserves the identity and originality of the region.

Marwan Al Serkal, CEO of Shurooq, said: "Shurooq continues to offer unique facilities and destinations. Today, our announcement of a unique hospitality project in the heart of Melihah Desert represents a new step forward and is an indication of the success of our methodology, which is based on creativity, innovation and sustainability."

"The Rock Lodge is scheduled to be completed under the second phase of Maliha Heritage and Eco-tourism Project. It will be fully equipped to meet the requirements of desert lovers and adventurers. This project offers a variety of tourist attractions, and offers a wide range of discovery and entertainment options that will satisfy all tastes," he added.




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