The Tyram Lakes project encompasses an entirely holistic approach and views ecocentrism in the broadest way so that not only does it try to adopt an inherent value to all things but it includes environmental systems as wholes and their abiotic aspects.


With an influence from the Palm Jumeirah complex, similarly the Tyram resort has been designed as a unique, sustainable and eco-friendly centre for our guests, being a stunning environment encouraging and embracing the natural flora and Fauna.

Keen to protect the existing ecosystem, Tyram’s landscapers and gardening team have worked tirelessly to re-establish the original flora and fauna that existed prior to the mining operations. This has included collecting dormant seeds which have been protected by the peat and replanting over 3000 seedlings rather than introducing alien species.

With the Earth’s biodiversity and ecological integrity being compromised at an ever increasing rate the project strives to preserve and even enhance the natural systems, and to create a harmony between our presence and the local ecology.


Introduction of Reed Beds/Floating Islands and Ecosystems

These systems combine a seamless integration of ecology and engineering, beautiful, natural, whilst both improving and maintaining the quality of our water.

Imagine the freshest of locally produced herbs, and vegetables – picked and to the table in moments – no transportation, no chemicals, and no pests – just the purest simplest foodstuffs grown in our own aeroponic farm.

The project has been developed to work in harmony with the local environment and remains an ideal location for ornithologists, botanists, walkers and ramblers, and those who simply want to be at peace.


"I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery - air,
mountains, trees, people. I thought, ‘This is what it is to be happy’."

Sylvia Plath

The Bell Jar