Madinat Jumeirah is committed to delivering experiences that protect and preserve the environment, biodiversity, culture and heritage of the UAE.
Read our Sustainability Management Plan, Environmental and Corporate Social Responsibility policies for more details.
Feed the Turtles: Turtle Rehabilitation Project
Over the past ten years, the Dubai Turtle Rehabilitation Project has seen the release of over 1,600 rehabilitated turtles back into their natural habitat. After initial treatment at the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah's Aquarium, they are brought to health at the Turtle Rehabilitation Sanctuary at Jumeirah Al Naseem before being released.
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Memberships with Sustainable Associations
Take a Walking Tour: Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding
Discover Arabia through a selection of walking tours, visit the mosque and the local souks with the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding. Located in the historic Al Fahidi neighbourhood, the centre offers traditional Emirati cuisine, tours of old Dubai and cultural awareness sessions with the locals.
Please contact a member of our Concierge team for more information on tour availability and bookings.
Go on a Nature Trail: Arabian Adventures
Explore the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, home to a wealth of flora, fauna and birds, to spot the exotic Arabian oryx and gazelles. Surrounded by serenity, and untold beauty, this tour offers a rare chance to see the Arabian Desert and its wildlife at close quarters.
Arabian Adventures tour desks operate from the Jumeirah Mina A’Salam and Jumeirah Al Qasr hotels daily.
Energy and Water Saving
As part of our commitment to the environment, we have changed over 9,000 standard light bulbs to the energy efficient CFL (Compact Fluorescent Lighting) type, at Madinat Jumeirah. They use around 75% less energy than standard bulbs, making them more eco-friendly.
In 2010, Madinat Jumeirah was the first hotel in UAE to implement the Bokashi Compost Programme to improve environmental stability. This programme involved the production of organic compost that is used in the resort’s gardens to enrich the soil and improve water retention. On an average, 2.1 tonnes of raw food waste are recycled each month, and this compost is also used to fertilise the hotel’s organic herb garden.
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