A design that considers water usage, health, materials, pollution, ecology and waste.

The Oasis Eco Resort is planned to be an eco-friendly resort, providing 84 interconnecting suites of various types, all of which provide amazing views and an outdoor terrace. Tranquil views can be enjoyed from all key spaces.

The restaurant and bar, provides guests with organic ingredients grown on site. The restaurant will offer indigenous delicacies as well as organic international fine cuisine. Guests will also be able to enjoy dune-dinning in the desert or dining by the spring or inside their suite. 

Guests are also able to forage organic produce from on-site allotments or catch fish from the spring, and with the help of a chef, incorporate the ingredients into a delicious meal. A wide selection of fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy and local meat will also be delivered from farms in the nearby village.

Some of the environmental benefits include recycling wastewater on site for irrigation, on-site waste management, the enforcement of a zero-emission zone and 157,000 square feet of solar panels.


Deserts have a thriving ecosystem, which are in threat from climate change.

Ecotourism preserves threatened ecosystems and enhances economies in remote regions, including deserts, which are often perceived as lands without life. Yet many deserts have a thriving ecosystem, which are in threat from climate change and require conservation. Land degradation & desertification is another challenge, which is increasing with the pressures of urbanization.

Encroachment on arable land & vegetation loss are just some of the additional challenges fuelling desertification. The United Nations estimates that desertification affects as much as one-sixth of the world’s population, seventy percent of all dry lands, and one-quarter of the total area of the world.

The majority of the United Arab Emirates is a desert area. Combating desertification, halting and reversing land degradation and biodiversity loss are some of the primary goals of the country, which are also in line with sustainable developments goals 15.

The Oasis Eco Resort puts desert conservation at the core of its operations, making the development an asset for ecological wellness as much as human wellness. The revenue generated from its low-impact tourism offerings, are planned to be allocated to desert biodiversity preservation. Such developments generate local income for rural communities.