A truly wild adventure, now up to 30% off…
as our last guest locking It is arguable that Sir Banias Island offers the kind of family vacation that dreams are made of.
It’s no exaggeration to say that while it shares the same golden sands and cornflower-blue coastlines as many other Emirati desert islands, this particular member of the Abu Dhabi archipelago also has some very special guest residents.
a truly crazy vacation
Sir Bani Yas Royal Nature Reserve is a fascinating zoo with more than 14,000 Jurassic Park-caliber exotic animals, including 30 different endangered species such as black oryx and Arabian oryx as well as giraffes, ostriches and cheetahs . Guests can explore the island’s wilderness through safari experiences, nature walks, horseback riding adventures and bike trails.
It also happens to be the birthplace of the Baniyas tribe, and there are 36 archaeological sites on the island (including the ruins of a monastery built in AD 600), some of which date back to the Neolithic period. Another interesting fact is that those who travel to these shores are in good company, Sir Baniyas was a favorite of the late visionary and UAE founding father Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan vacation spot.
Then there’s the luxurious Anantara Resort, a trinity of modern, well-appointed hotels with stunning views of this abandoned idyll.
Finally, let’s get to the point of this story, two of the properties – Anantara Desert Islands Resort & Spa and Anantara Sahel Villas Resort – have just launched massive flash sales with the chance to save up to wild, The normal tax rate is 30%. The last 10% is reserved for Discovery members, but pro tip: free registration.
These pre-order links are: anantara.com/al-sahel-sir-bani-yas website and anantara.com/desert-islands-sir-bani-yas website.
The promotion is now open and ends on February 18th. Hurry up and book now. Oh, and an all-inclusive option is available.
Sir Bani Yas is located 8 kilometers off the coast of Jebel Dhanna (2 hours from Abu Dhabi city center) and can be reached by free water taxi.
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