Sharjah body completes 60% of Fossil Rock Lodge project
The Mleiha Fossil Rock Lodge project is located close to the Fossil Rock, one of the natural landmarks in Sharjah's Mleiha area
The Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) has completed 60% of the second phase of the Mleiha eco-tourism and archaeology project.
The Mleiha Fossil Rock Lodge project is located close to the Fossil Rock, one of the natural landmarks in Sharjah's Mleiha area.
The Rock Lodge restaurant can accommodate up to 42 persons.
According to WAM, the project also comprises old stone buildings that date back to the sixties of the last century.
Remarking on the project, Marwan Al Serkal, CEO of Shurooq, said: "Our announcement of a unique hospitality project in the heart of Melihah Desert represents a new step forward and is an indication of the success of our methodology, which is based on creativity, innovation and sustainability."
Al Serkal added: "The Rock Lodge is scheduled to be completed under the second phase of Maliha Heritage and Eco-tourism Project. It will be fully equipped to meet the requirements of desert lovers and adventurers."