Get ready for a whole lot of family fun.
Al Hudayriat Island is Abu Dhabi’s latest hospitality, leisure and entertainment destination and is open seven days a week.
There’s lots of action for adults and kids alike, with fitness and sports activities (operated by Tamana Adventures, Sabco Sports and Ahdaaf Sports). 321 Sports by Ahdaaf Sports features sports fields, jogging tracks and a range of indoor fitness facilities.
There’s even a full-size football pitch, tennis, basketball and badminton courts. In addition, you can also access Hudayriyat Courts, featuring a range of courts and sports fields, cycle paths and Hudayriyat Beach.
Bab Al Nojoum (operated by Mawarid Hotels and Hospitality) is set to provide rather glitzy glamping site just 20 minutes away from downtown Abu Dhabi. Catering to all tastes and budgets, Bab Al Nojoum offers a camping area for families with options of standard tents for two, to luxury tents for four, six, or even a two-floor tent providing unforgettable stargazing experiences with private beach access.
There’s also a BMX Track, Splash Park, High Rope Park and a Skate Park on the island. All the family will also be able to experience obstacle courses at Sabco Sports’ OCR Park, the UAE’s biggest permanent obstacle course site. OCR Park will merge obstacle course racing and endurance fitness with the latest in technology to create an innovative new fitness challenge.
The Island also includes the Hudayriyat Heritage Trail. Operated by Mawarid Hotels and Hospitality, you’ll get to explore the trial as it transverses the waterfront, allowing you to connect with nature and enjoy the tranquility of Hudayriyat Island. You’ll also become acquainted with the historical and cultural significance of the island with educational signs and beautiful artworks along the way.
Once you’ve done that, head over to Marsana, a vibrant waterfront promenade home to a diverse range of restaurants, cafes and juice stops.
Al Hudayriyat Island is located on the west coast of Abu Dhabi, surrounded by exceptional views of the capital’s skyline.