New Daycation Spot In UAE! Fujairah Gets A Sustainable Tourism Project And We Can’t Wait To Visit

by Deeplata Garde
New Daycation Spot In UAE! Fujairah Gets A Sustainable Tourism Project And We Can’t Wait To Visit

After Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the Emirate of Fujairah is making a move towards sustainability. Green development has become an essential part of tourism projects over the globe. And Fujairah is new on the block. The very first venture of the Emirates Villages in Fujairah, known as the Qidfa Development, aims to build a sustainable development paradigm. Let’s find out what’s in for us.

Qifda Development In Fujairah Might Be A New Daycation Spot In UAE


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The Qidfa Development initiative has been launched by HH Sheikh Theyab bin Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The overall aim of this development is to surge the tourism of the Emirate. This project will boost & reflect the unique characteristics of the region indirectly attracting tourists. Fujairah expects around  100,000 tourists per year post this project’s completion.

Expect the area to provide an array of economic benefits. This will directly raise its prestige as an influential region in the nation. The development would mark the destination as one of the pioneering villages. Additionally, a $2.7 billion power plant will be built to produce electricity for almost 380,000 houses settled there.

The sustainable model will be highly equipped to educate 200 young people in all sectors. The plan calls for the advent of 50 youth development agendas in the area. Later it would collaborate with strategic partners to train 200 young men and women.

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Milestone Achieved By Developing Sustainable Model

This project has developed a sustainable framework by utilizing all human talents and natural resources of each location. This development will prove to be a milestone in the UAE leadership. Above all aspects, the project aims to collaborate with the private sector and local communities to strengthen the bond between federal and local governments.

Emirates Council for Balanced Development is using collaborations between the public sector, the corporate sector, and local communities to achieve long-term sustainable growth for all segments.

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