The camp operates in accordance with professionally trained instructors ensuring the health and wellbeing of participants.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The adventure and lifestyle subsidiary of RAK Hospitality Holding (RAKHH), today announced that the world’s first Bear Grylls branded accommodation on the UAE’s highest mountain, Jebel Jais, is now available to book. With visitors welcome from March 3, 2021, this unique outdoor lodging experience follows the hugely successful launch of the Bear Grylls Explorers Camp in September last year.
Initially featuring nine recycled and redesigned cabins, the accommodation will offer the ultimate mountain setting for adventurers, outdoor enthusiasts and those looking for remote and curated experiences in the new era of travel.
Set in an expansive, open, and stunning natural environment, the lodging has been developed especially for smaller groups and has strict safety protocols and social distancing measures in place - the ideal experience for the growing number of travellers who want to escape the everyday of the pandemic world and reconnect with nature. Guests can also enhance their stay with thrilling instructor-led survival courses or activities such as mountain biking and climbing as well as self-guided and instructor-led hikes.
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