Atlantis Dubai Launches Atlantis Atlas Project

Atlantis Dubais new sustainability initiative, Atlantis Atlas Project, reflects the its pledge towards compassion for the planet as a conscientious global tourism leader
Representative Image The Atlantis in Dubai during twilight
Representative Image The Atlantis in Dubai during twilight

Atlantis Dubai, the legendary ocean-themed destination located on the Arabian Gulf Sea and home to 65,000 aquatic animals, just propelled its new, revolutionary sustainability project, aka the Atlantis Atlas Project.

This will be the foundation of its whole binder to sustainability, and there will be something for each guest and visitor to get into responsible tourism.

Staying here means dining on a variety of sustainable, locally sourced, and organic dishes which have been grown in Dubai. For instance, locally made burrata, locally produced crunchy, exclusive shiitake mushrooms or organic certified, sustainably and locally grown salmon carpaccio. 

Planned to drive up the sustainability quotient not just inside Atlantis Dubai, but across the industry, the project has a lasting roadmap for ecological, responsible tourism with learning as its staple.

For every marine animal experience booked, USD 1 will be donated to conservation, sustainability, and environmental education initiatives. These will be chosen twice yearly as part of Atlantis Atlas Project to make a quantifiable influence to the natural world. Atlantis Dubai is one of only three hotels and resorts in the Middle East to have attained the highly coveted Earth Check Silver Certification, identifying its ecological standards and strategies.

Assessed every year to uphold this level of endorsement, Atlantis Dubai steadily endeavours to become a more proficient, successful and dependable organisation. 

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