Dubai's Jumeirah Al Naseem resort launches turtle-inspired stay

Dubai's Jumeirah Al Naseem resort launches turtle-inspired stay

Package celebrates 20th anniversary of Jumeirah's Dubai Turtle Rehabilitation Project

Dubai’s beachside Jumeirah Al Naseem resort is now offering a new turtle-inspired hotel package.

In celebration of the 20 years Jumeirah has been running its Dubai Turtle Rehabilitation Program (DTRP), the new package allows guests to enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at the conservation work the team undertakes with a portion of their stay rate donated to the cause.

The experience includes a guided tour of the turtle rehabilitation facilities, the Aquarium at Jumeirah Burj Al Arab, where rescued turtles start the journey to recovery, and the Turtle Rehabilitation Sanctuary at Jumeirah Al Naseem, which is made up of five outdoor lagoons, where resident turtles rebuild strength before being released back into the wild. 

Guests will be invited to feed the turtles, before sitting down to a new ocean-themed afternoon tea, which emphasises sustainably sourced, local ingredients.

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“As we celebrate 20 years of DTRP, and in view of the threats our oceans face, it is more important than ever to raise awareness of the critical conservation work being done to protect sea turtles,” said the director of Aquarium at Jumeirah Burj Al Arab, Barbara Lang-Lenton. 

“Initiatives like the turtle-inspired stay experience at Jumeirah Al Naseem not only offers guests a distinct and memorable experience, it provides a deeper awareness and vital support to the DTRP's efforts in rehabilitating and releasing these endangered species back into the wild.”

The package also includes breakfast daily and unlimited access to Wild Wadi Waterpark and guests will be provided a map link that enables them to track the journeys of the turtles released as part of the project’s conservation efforts.

The turtle-inspired stay package costs from US$551 per night. For more information, visit


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