The Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) is revealing new and upcoming tourism projects at this week’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM 2022), taking place from May 9-12 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

The authority, which is joined at the show by 24 entities from the emirate – seven government departments and 17 private entities from tourism, travel, and hospitality sectors – is also reiterating its commitment to providing diverse destinations experiences and sustainable tourism development.

Sharjah’s Environment and Protected Areas Authority will showcase Sharjah Safari – the largest safari in the world outside of Africa. This stand-out attraction includes more than 120 species in an environment similar to that of Africa, covering an area of eight square kilometres.

Other exhibitors include Sharjah International Airport Authority, which will shed light on its new smart facilities, services, developments, and expansion projects, designed to attract new airlines and cargo companies to Sharjah International Airport, while Shurooq will promote its high-profile tourism developments, with a focus on its collection of eco resorts, including the recently opened Mysk Moon Retreat.