Desert Islands Resort by Anantara Unveils Equestrian Center

Desert Islands Resort by Anantara, Abu Dhabi

There’s a new addition at the Desert Islands Resort and Spa by Anantara. Situated on Sir Bani Yas Island in the Western Region of Abu Dhabi, the resort offers a slew of recreational activities to explore the surrounding nature preserve. And with the newly unveiled Sir Bani Yas Stables, guests can now go on trail rides through the island’s Arabian Wildlife Park and discover rare wildlife like the Arabian Oryx, Sand Gazelle, and Cattle Egret.

Designed with environmental sustainability in mind, the equestrian facility is now home to 30 horses—different breeds from Arabia and around the world. Guests can participate in a variety of horseback riding activities and lessons, while also learning about the heritage of Arabian horses in the UAE. For more information, visit http://desertislands.anantara.com.

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