Al Aqah initiates environmental projects to enhance Fujairah’s landscape

Antaki poses with a staff

In a move to enhance the environmental offerings of Fujairah, Le Meridien Al Aqah, the award-winning paradise on the East Coast has initiated significant developments to extend the beauty of the picturesque paradise beyond the resort’s boundary.

The resort has initiated a plantation drive of around 100 coconut trees at the beach area of the resort, making it the first coco-beach of UAE, along with development of the barren land around the property in an effort to spruce up the greenery and landscape in the area.
Commenting on the initiative, Patrick Antaki, general manager, Le Meridien Al Aqah Beach Resort, said, “As the first premium resort of Fujairah, we have incessantly aimed at offerings our guests top quality facilities and services coupled with a perfect ambience that reflects the emirate’s natural reserves, be it relaxing by the beach, mountain climbing or adventuring towards scuba diving and snorkelling. We are confident that these environmental projects of the resort will reinforce our commitment of providing the ideal setting in and around the resort’s premises.”
Further highlighting the project, Antaki said, “We are very excited about creating UAE’s first coco-beach in Fujairah which will add give the leisure traveller one more reason to visit Fujairah. The coconut trees planted along the beach area of the hotel, will be exclusively available to our guests. In addition, the enhanced landscaping which will involve development of the barren land around the property will further beautify the vicinity whilst supporting our act to spruce-up greenery of Fujairah”