It is really worthy. Camel ride and quad ride could be more extensive, they are too short. Food is really good, henna painting is great, tour guide was wonderful!
This all-inclusive Dubai desert tour lets you sample the most popular desert activities in one convenient trip. Head into the desert by air-conditioned 4x4 and go off-road as you rip across the sands on a quad bike. You won’t miss a thing at a Bedouin camp with a camel ride, BBQ dinner, and live dance shows for a complete Arabian cultural experience.
After pickup from your central Dubai hotel, journey into the desert surrounding the city by air-conditioned 4x4.
Listen as your guide shares snippets about the desert and its role in Emirati culture, and then go off road for an exciting dune bash.
Next, head to a Bedouin-style camp and after a traditional welcome of coffee and dates and an optional puff on a shisha (Arabic water pipe), take off on a quad bike across the sands. A helmet and instructions are provided.
Afterward, slow the pace with a camel ride and desert activities such henna tattoos before sitting down to a barbecue dinner. Menus vary (see Itinerary for a sample menu), but expect dishes such as shawarma (meat wraps) and salads paired with unlimited sodas, along with optional additional drinks available to purchase from the bar.
Finally, watch a belly dance show and tanoura (whirling dervish) performance before finishing with drop-off at your Dubai hotel.
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This is something that we will forever remember, awesome experience, great staff! although there is a guy with a bird who will ask to take pictures, he will look for people who will pay for the pictures after you take them
Excellent trip and value for money. We were picked up at the time directed by our guide chocolate khan, a very funny, welcoming and helpful guide. Our activities were excellent, and even though it was Ramadan this didn’t affect our enjoyment. The food was excellent...More
the dune bashing was great, excellent fun, the quad bikes was about 10 minutes in a big circle, which was a bit of the same bit i suspect for safety reasons they cant allow public to drive up and down dunes, the camel ride as...More