Dubai unveils Exclusive Family Beach Access for Eid Celebrations

Omar Abbas - | Mix

The recent declaration made by Dubai Municipality on the public beaches' exclusive use by families for the upcoming Eid Al Adha holiday highlights their steadfast dedication to offering an alluring cityscape with integrated tourist and entertainment offerings.

This program seeks to guarantee that families have plenty of chances to enjoy the grandeur of Dubai's well-known beaches throughout this festive season, with an emphasis on improving the quality of life and luxury for both locals and tourists.

Eight public beaches in the emirate are covered by the Dubai Municipality's order, including well-known locations like Khor Al Mamzar Beach, Al Mamzar Corniche, different sections of Jumeirah and Umm Suqeim, and Jebel Ali Beach. By taking this step, the picturesque locations are set off just for family use. The intention is to create a calm and friendly environment where guests may unwind and create lifelong memories.

The decision to prohibit families from accessing the beach during Eid Al Adha is primarily intended to manage the enormous volume of people that attend official holidays and festivities, according to Engineer Ibrahim Mohammed Jumaa, Director of the Public Beaches and Water Canals Department at Dubai Municipality. The municipality aims to prevent overcrowding and make sure families can fully enjoy the serene beauty of Dubai's beaches without needless traffic by setting visitor numbers.

Safety and Rescue Measures

In line with its commitment to prioritizing the safety and well-being of beachgoers, Dubai Municipality has assembled a dedicated safety and rescue team comprising 140 highly trained individuals equipped with the latest equipment and logistical supplies. This team stands ready to respond to any emergencies and undertake swift rescue operations, thereby upholding the highest standards of security and safety for all visitors. Additionally, a field supervisory team comprising 65 individuals will be deployed to oversee beach operations and ensure compliance with safety protocols throughout the Eid holiday period.

Collaborative Oversight and Monitoring

In order to guarantee flawless coordination and efficient resource management, Dubai Municipality will constantly monitor all beach activities during Eid Al Adha in close cooperation with its key partners. The town wants to maintain its standing as a worldwide leader in tourism and hospitality by encouraging teamwork and providing guests with an unmatched level of safety, comfort, and hospitality.

With five years of Blue Flag accreditation under their belt, Dubai's public beaches have garnered international recognition time and time again. This recognition is a testament to Dubai Municipality's unwavering commitment to strict guidelines for public safety, environmental education, management procedures, marine water quality, and service delivery. Dubai's beaches continue to draw tourists from all over the world looking for a clean and sustainable coastal experience because they continuously meet and exceed these standards.

The Dubai Municipality plays a crucial role in the upkeep and development of public beaches and water canals around the emirate, constantly improving their facilities and infrastructure to offer visitors and locals alike an unmatched entertainment experience. The municipality aims to maintain Dubai's status as a top leisure and recreation destination by promoting happiness and well-being among all tourists through its proactive approach to beach management.

As Eid Al Adha approaches, Dubai Municipality's proactive measures to allocate public beaches exclusively for families exemplify its unwavering dedication to enhancing the overall visitor experience. By prioritizing safety, regulating visitor numbers, and fostering collaborative oversight, the municipality aims to ensure that families can revel in the beauty of Dubai's beaches while creating cherished memories together during this festive season.

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