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Adventure awaits as Dubai welcomes new era of outdoor tourism

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As much as we love the bright lights of the city, there are days when a dusty desert adventure calls – and Dubai has announced plans for the perfect solution.

The emirate has ambitious plans for a desert park spanning 10 percent of Dubai’s total landscape, due to open in 2030. Dubbed the Marmoon Reserve project, the new park will house an incredible 10 kilometers of lakes, including Al Qudra Lakes.

The park will host a multitude of exciting activities every year, including desert wildlife trips, sunset observation decks, areas for yoga and an outdoor theatre – powered only by solar energy.

Rachel Evans, Mojo PR

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