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As the UAE relaxes restrictions on international travel for its residents and citizens, many will want to start planning a summer holiday abroad.  While large gatherings and many forms of physical contact are still discouraged, there is a plethora of exciting socially-responsible activities you can enjoy across the island of Ireland – either solo or with your with your closest friends or loved ones, while still adhering to social distancing rules.

As the Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) continues to develop AlUla into a pre-eminent global tourism destination, it is the Saudi residents who will be the first visitors to experience the re-opening of one of the undiscovered wonders of the world.

As public health safety becomes a priority with the world in the grip of a global pandemic, Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) is going the extra mile to ensure that all its hospitality, ecotourism and leisure destinations, which are scheduled to open in a phased manner, will strictly adhere to the UAE government’s health and safety protocols to ensure the highest levels of protection of all their visitors, residents and staff.

On the occasion of the World Sea Turtle Day, which falls on June 16 of each year, the Environment and Protected Areas Authority in Sharjah announces the first nesting of Olive Ridley sea turtle in the country and it is considered the first of its kind locally. A sea turtle hatchling was recently observed crawling towards the sea from the beach of Kalba Kingfisher Lodge in Khor Kalba in the emirate of Sharjah. This is of great interest as sea turtle nesting is very rare on the eastern coast of the United Arab Emirates.

The Coronavirus 2019 pandemic infected the Republic of Mauritius, a tourist paradise. Much like the rest of the world, the Mauritian government along with their rich experiences in handling epidemics as well as the help of the World Health Organization (WHO) that predicted rough estimates of the scale of infection.

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