Rixos Bab Al Bahr is the hotel sponsor for the Desert Warrior Challenge 2019

The challenge will be debuting this season for the first time in Al Marjan Island

The obstacle course will feature the mythic Beast obstacle and the adrenaline-pumping Warrior Zip Line
The obstacle course will feature the mythic Beast obstacle and the adrenaline-pumping Warrior Zip Line

Ras Al Khaimah’s Rixos Bab Al Bahr is the hotel sponsor for UAE’s obstacle course race, the Desert Warrior Challenge debuting this season for the first time in Al Marjan Island on November 8.

The property’s manager, Mohammed Alkhatib commented: “We are delighted to sponsor the Desert Warrior Challenge this season as it makes its debuts in Ras Al Khaimah. The Desert Warrior Challenge has strengthened its credentials as a leading lifestyle event that appeals to visitors from around the world and we are thrilled to support RAKTDA and DWC in their endeavor to consolidate the emirate’s reputation as the must-visit adventure and leisure tourism hub in the region.”

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