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Explore the first bio-dome of its kind in the Middle East!

Aligned with the learning objectives of the school curriculum established by the Ministry of Education. Introduction to a variety of scientific and environmental topics related to the ecosystem of a tropical forest. Interactively taught in an immersive surrounded by over 3,000 plant and animal species. A two-hour journey, offering the possibility to explore six different zones.

3 - 6 years

Students will discover through interactive games, dancing, coloring activities and more

7- 11 years

Students explore through individual and group observations and discussions, role-playing activities and games

12- 14 years

Students will learn and experiment through dynamic discussions and debates, as well as creative writing activities and games

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Programme: Go Eco

Tropical rainforest are essential for the overall health of our planet. They play an extremely important role in nature and for human needs. From stabilizing the climate, producing oxygen, absorbing carbon dioxide, home to over half the world's plant and animal's species, to the food we consume, the paper products we use in our lives and the medicinal treasures. These "Jewels of the Earth" offer us more than we know.

3 - 6 years, cover topics such as:

  • Pollution of the rainforest
  • What would naturally belong in rainforest?
  • Rainforest resources
  • Animals homes in the forests

7 - 11 years, cover topics such as:

  • What natural resources are consumed from rainforest
  • Exotic animals of the rainforest
  • How rainforest are the lungs of the Earth
  • Succession of forests

12 - 14 years cover topics such as:

  • Conservation awareness for tropical rainforest
  • Medicinal offerings from the world's tropical rainforest
  • Rainforest role in the carbon cycle on Earth

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Programme: The Rainforest Relationships

Life in the rainforest is competitive and survival tough. Rainforest plants and animals have developed complex relationships with other species in order to survive this diverse environment. The Rainforest Relationships program gives students the opportunity to explore these complex relationships and learn about how working together is key to survival, while also getting to know the indigenous plants and animals

3 - 6 years, cover topics such as:

  • Differentiation of the rainforest habitats
  • The meaning of relationships in a rainforest community

7 - 11 years, cover topics such as:

  • The importance of photosynthesis and pollination processes in rainforest
  • The different relationships between the tropical plants and animals

12 - 14 years, cover topics such as:

  • Understanding symbiosis in the rainforest
  • How the rainforest ecosystem functions with the different symbiotic relationships

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