We’re offering a variety of opportunities to enhance your group meeting or event and to leave a lasting impression on the community you’re visiting. Click on a destination below or scroll down to view the list of initiatives available at each of our properties in the Middle East and Africa. These activities may be arranged independently or as part of a meeting package. For more information about a specific initiative or to make a booking, please contact the Hotel directly.
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Cairo at the First Residence
Sharm el Sheikh
Help the local environment by participating in a beach clean-up activity.
Volunteers can help improve the natural environment by trying their hand at tree-planting near the hotel property.
Volunteers can help local farmers during harvest season. Date, timing and number of people will determine the activity, therefore the harvest work will be tailored to the group, depending upon demand. Activities include: olive picking during olive season (autumn), cherry picking in spring, rose flower picking in spring, wild herbs foraging (in different seasons), orange picking in autumn, etc.
Help to maintain the city’s cultural significance by participating in cleaning and preserving historic buildings in downtown Cairo.
Volunteers can participate in tree-planting with The Ministry of Environment and the Governorate of Damascus.
Volunteers can bring joy to kids' lives by volunteering to read to children living at Dhreima Orphanage.
Volunteers can assist by preparing food in the resort’s kitchen and serve it at the Ewad school, which is located 10 minutes away from the resort.
Get some fresh air and help the environment at the same time. Volunteers can choose to take part in tree planting organized by the hotel.
Participate in a community beach cleanup in partnership with a local environmental group (Marine conservation Society Seychelles).
Help to enhance global awareness of the importance of protecting coral reefs. The Red Sea and shoreline of the resort are home to some of the rarest species of coral. Groups of 10 to 120 can work with the property's marine biologist to prepare trays of 'coral grafting' that will be placed underwater to help promote new growth in the Red Sea.