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The Project

The world's most ambitious regenerative tourism project: a luxury destination created around one of the world's hidden natural treasures. 

The Red Sea Project will set new standards in sustainable development, pioneering a new relationship between luxury tourism and the natural environment and will put Saudi Arabia on the international tourism map.

Offering a diverse array of seamless personalized experiences, The Red Sea Project will encourage visitors to explore the wonders and rich cultural heritage of Saudi Arabia's Red Sea Coast.

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The Red Sea Project is the world’s most ambitious regenerative tourism project, offering an exclusive experience of unparalleled diversity for discerning global travellers. The site encompasses an archipelago of more than 90 pristine islands, miles of sweeping desert and dramatic mountain landscapes.

Our ambitious vision to deliver unforgettable, personalized experiences in a stunning environment is also matched by our commitment to:

offer access to some of Saudi Arabia’s most important cultural treasures.

protect, preserve and enhance the local environment; and

set a new standard in sustainable development;

In particular, the Red Sea Project will mitigate carbon dioxide emissions, waste production, and light and noise pollution, maintaining the destination at a level equivalent to a Marine Protected Area.

The destination’s variety of islands and coastline, rare opportunities to enjoy culture and the natural world, together with the highest-quality personalized accommodation and service, will set new standards in luxury travel and position Saudi Arabia on the global tourism map.

All elements of the project will be guided by the master developer, The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC). We are committed to developing the area into year-round, luxury destination - valued as much by international travelers as the local population and the global business community.

We're uncompromising in our commitment to protect, preserve and enhance the natural environment, and pioneering new standards in sustainable development is at the heart of the Red Sea Project. From planning, through to construction and destination management, setting new international standards and achieving best practice is of paramount importance. The Red Sea Development Company has pledged to contribute a 30 percent net conservation benefit to the project area by 2040. 

As part of our remit, we are pursuing partnerships and investment opportunities with external organizations. These partnerships will cover a range of industries - from hospitality and entertainment, to large-scale infrastructure projects, including transportation and utilities.