Panel in Sealine tie-up for Al Enna project
December 17 2018 02:07 AM
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A view of the VIP cabanas at Sealine Beach.

In line with Qatar’s continuing efforts to partner with the private sector in providing excellent tourist experiences, National Tourism Council has engaged the experience and expertise of Sealine Beach, a Murwab Resort, to operate Al Enna Project.   
This will be open until March 2019. 
Al Enna project aims to enhance the overall desert and camping experience through improved services and safety while ensuring the protection and preservation of the environment and its natural life. 
Al Enna is open for all visitors and families from 8am to 10pm daily with an entrance fee of QR30 for adults and QR15 for kids between 6-12 years; entry is free for six years and below.   
Al Enna has dedicated a zone for families which consists of six Cabanas, closely located to the playground area with slides, climbing free access games and many more chargeable games. 
Security personnel, life guards and first aiders are available round-the-clock during operational hours. In addition, there are 30 food stalls offering variety of cuisines for all tastes. No live barbeque is allowed for preserving the heritage and protecting one of the most beautiful natural areas in the world.  
Guests can make the reservations by calling Sealine’s direct booking number 55847854 or at the ticketing office on site.
Nawaf Ali al-Obaidly, general manager of Sealine Beach, a Murwab Resort said, ‘We are honoured to gain National Tourism Council’s confidence by entering into this partnership for Al Enna Project on its first launching, under which Al Enna occupies over 6mn sqm and managing six areas (Market – ATV tracks- Car Racing Tracks – Camping area – Heritage area - Beach which is called Al Seif). As we strive for excellence we trust that we will make the camping experience at Al Enna camping project a memorable experience.”






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