Nestled within the capital of the UAE, between Yas Island and Saadiyat Island lies Jubail Island.
Jubail Mangrove Park is the first self-contained educational, nature and leisure destination of its kind in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Here, you can visit and explore a haven for avian and marine species native to Abu Dhabi. But foremost, this is a mangrove sanctuary.
Our aim is to enhance the awareness, appreciation and understanding of the important ecological function of the mangrove habitats that include protection of the Abu Dhabi Coastline and supporting biodiversity. A meandering boardwalk will take you through the mangroves and allows you to discover Abu Dhabi in its essence.
Join YogaOne for an early morning Movement, Breathwork & Meditation practice on the Boardwalk surrounded by avian and marine life native to our natural mangrove sanctuary.
Give your mind and body precious time to rest and heal with pranayama (breathing technique) and enjoy the tranquillity of a sound healing experience that will leave you feeling grounded, centred and rejuvenated.
Please bring your own mat.
Jubail Island is a premier destination for corporate social responsibility (CSR) events related to the environment and sustainability. As part of COP 28, corporations can plan to host their sustainable events and initiatives on the island, with the enchanting mangroves as a backdrop.
Jubail Island offers a unique opportunity for corporations to showcase their commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship. With its lush mangroves and crystal-clear waters, Jubail Island provides a stunning setting for sustainable events and initiatives.
Corporations can hold a variety of events on Jubail Island, such as sustainability conferences, workshops, team-building activities, as well as Sustainable product launches. They can also partner with local organizations to support environmental initiatives, such as mangrove planting and mangrove cleanups.
Hosting CSR events on Jubail Island is a great way for corporations to make a positive impact on the environment and the community. It is also a great way to engage their employees and stakeholders in sustainability efforts.
Jubail Island is a neighbourhood unlike any other located within a protected natural environment of stunning beauty, its surrounding ecosystem supports a diversity of wildlife. Its unique intertidal marine setting provides a welcome habitat for a diversity of wildlife.
Residents enjoy occasional sightings of elegant gazelles wandering close by and the island’s position along an important migratory route means exotic and beautiful bird sightings are common.
Jubail Mangrove Park provides a stunning backdrop for capturing beautiful moments and creating lasting memories. To ensure a harmonious experience for all visitors, we kindly request you to review the below information:
• Personal photoshoots using professional-grade camera: AED 200.
• Commercial filming or photoshoots require pre-approval and are subject to applicable fees.
To request approval, please complete our request form and we will promptly get in touch with you.
• Admissions to the park by booking only.
• This park has access to open water bodies and there are no lifeguards on duty.
• The Park is monitored by CCTV 24 hours a day.
• Swimming or diving into the water is not permitted.
• No pets allowed.
• No Littering.
• No smoking allowed.
• No food or beverages allowed on the boardwalk.
• Please do not lean or climb over the railing.
• Toys, Skating, the use of scooters and/or bicycles are not permitted in the park.
• Respectful clothing must be considered.
• All parcels and bags are subject to a security check.
• Items displayed, plants, wildlife must not be touched and/or removed.
• Please do not sit or place children on the railing.
• Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times during the visit.
• Park representatives reserve the right to remove any persons contravening the above or due to unruly or inappropriate behaviour
Guests and visitors enter and use these premises at their own risk. Neither the Management nor their Representatives or Agents are liable for loss or damage to any guest, visitor or any person’s property, nor for injury or death.
Admissions to the park by booking only.
This park has access to open water bodies and there are no lifeguards on duty.
First entry: 7:00 am
Last entry: 8:00 pm
Park closes: 9:00 pm
7am – 9pm
Guests and visitors or employees enter and use these premises at their own risk. Neither the Owners nor their Representatives or Agents are liable for loss or damage to any guest, visitor, employee or any person’s belongings.
Sprawled across 5,000 hectares of mangrove forests and coastal estuaries with more
than 30 km of waterfront, lies Jubail island. Home to six distinct village communities,
with deliberately bespoke, breathtakingly picturesque residential areas and
Jubail Mangrove Park Rules
This park has access to open water bodies and there are no lifeguards on duty.
The Park is monitored by CCTV 24 hours a day.
Swimming or diving into the water is not permitted.
No pets allowed.
No smoking allowed.
No food or beverages allowed on the boardwalk.
Please do not lean or climb over the railing.
Toys, Skating, the use of scooters and/or bicycles are not permitted in the park.
Respectful clothing must be considered.
All parcels and bags are subject to a security check.
Items displayed, plants, wildlife must not be touched and/or removed.
Please do not sit or place children on the railing.
Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times during the visit.
Park representatives reserve the right to remove any persons contravening the above or due to unruly or inappropriate behaviour.
Disclaimer: Guests and their visitors or employees enter and use these premises at their own risk. Neither the Owners nor their Representatives or Agents are liable for loss or damage to any guest, visitor, employee or any person’s property, nor for injury or death of any guest, visitor, employee or any person whether such loss or damage to property or injury or death is as a result of the negligence of the Owners and or their Representatives or Agents or not.
For myself and for my heirs, personal representatives and assigns, I hereby:
I agree to assume responsibility for the risk of the activity, whether identified or not. My participation in the activity is purely voluntary. I assume full responsibility for myself for any bodily injury, accident, illness, paralysis, death, loss or damage to personal property and expenses thereof as a result of my participation in the activity.
I confirm and warrant that: I have no medical condition (physical or mental) which would/could impact on my ability to participate in the activities provided; [For female participants] I am not pregnant; I am physically able to participate in the activities provided; I am not taking any herbal or medicinal supplements or prescription drugs that could impact on my ability to participate in activities provided.
I release the organizer, their principals, directors, officers, agents, employees and volunteers, and their insurers, from any and all claims of whatever kind, and from any and all liability for any and all injury or damage (including death) as a result of my participation in the activity.
I agree and consent to the receipt of medical treatment in a medical emergency situation where I may not be capable to consent to such treatment.
The undersigned understands that this agreement does not include participant insurance. The undersigned acknowledges that they either have appropriate insurance or, in its absence, agree to pay all cost of rescue and/or medical services as may be incurred on their behalf.
The undersigned agrees to pay for any or all damages to any equipment or property caused by the undersigned either negligently, willfully, or otherwise
I consent to the use of my and/or any of my dependent’s images for any and all such purposes, including without limitation video, still photographs, publication, and any trade or advertising purposes.
I understand that this release refers to all claim types, including breach of contract, fraud, or any other type of suit and includes losses alleged to be caused by the negligence of the organizer to the fullest extent permitted by law with the exception of Gross Negligence