Kayak 4 Conservation

Endangered Species


About the Event:

About the Activity 

Did you know that mangroves can store up to 4 times more carbon than tropical forests? By restoring mangroves to good health, we also restore our local biodiversity. After all, mangroves are home to bees, birds, turtles, rays, and fish.

Unfortunately, mangroves and their inhabitants are facing numerous challenges, one of which is litter. Let’s do our part to protect them!

Join us to kayak through the mangrove forest to an island and learn about the cultural and ecological importance of mangroves, the threats they face, and how we can work together to ensure their resilience. Contribute to research on the amount and type of single-use plastics and other waste entering the marine environment throughout the year. Data is reported directly to the Environment Agency- Abu Dhabi to provide the researchers and policymakers with insights into the current situation, help them make better decisions, formulate new regulations, and provide recommendations to leaders.

Who can participate?

No experience is necessary, although a reasonable level of fitness is required. Volunteers will need to be able to kayak several kilometers and carry bags of litter.

We welcome volunteers of all ages; however, it is not suitable for babies, and volunteers under 18 can only attend when accompanied by adults.


3 hours

Act now

Please prepare for this activity by attending the Masterclass: How we can Protect our Mangroves


Please email us at [email protected] or WhatsApp us at +971585323400

Which area of Impact does it contribute to?

We must sustain our mangroves, so they can sustain us.

With your help, we can achieve and surpass our objective to:

  • Understand the source of plastic waste and analyze 2,000 kg of litter to support a policy on single-use plastics and help create a thriving circular economy in the UAE.
  • Reduce plastic leakage into nature by 50% by 2030.


Join the mission to Lose the Litter.

Event Schedules:

Sunday, 17th September 2023
03:00 AM - 06:00 AM
Booking Closed