Desert Safari Dubai With a VIP twist
By Space Coast Daily // May 9, 2022
On a 7-hour Dubai desert safari you can ride in a 4×4 Land Cruiser across the red dunes of Al Lahbab and look at the beautiful scenery. You’ll have a delicious BBQ dinner and traditional entertainment at a desert camp at your VIP Table.
In Dubai, a tour representative will pick you up at a place of your choice, and you’ll ride to the red dunes of Al Lahbab in a 4×4 Land Cruiser. During the 45-minute trip, you can look at the beautiful dunes and how the colors change throughout the day.
Once you get there, you can pay extra for a 35-minute quad bike ride, which is fun. After that, you can go brutal dune bashing for 40 to 50 minutes, which is also fun. After that, you’ll keep going across the dunes to the camp in the desert.
The 4×4 Land Cruiser is a great way to go about. Pause for a sunset photo shoot among the sand dunes. Camel rides, BBQ dinners, and Tanoura dance shows are all included.
Tanoura Show • Belly Dance • Fire Show • Dune Bashing 4×4 • Camel Ride • Desert Photo Stop • BBQ Dinner (vegetarian and no vegetarian options) • Henna Painting • Shisha • Arabic Refreshment • VIP Table Service
Sandboarding is not part of the deal
■ Dune Buggy • Quad Bike
Pickup times are at 3: 15, and 3:30 PM.
Before you go, you should:
■ Each car is fully insured and has safety features like roll bars, seat belts, GPS, and a first aid kit.
■ The length of each visit choice is spot on, and moves are incorporated.
■ The tour schedule depends on religious holidays. According to UAE law, certain activities (mainly Tanoura dance and belly dancing) and alcoholic drinks won’t be available on Islamic holidays.
■ Shisha is accessible in the area set aside for it. There are extra fees for shisha on the table.
■ During the more blazing months, wearing shoes with a cover is ideal.
■ Keep in mind that this is a tourist attraction, not a cultural one. In the desert, temperatures may range from mild in November and January to scorching in June and September.
■ Please keep in mind that the program may change because of religious reasons or other things that might make it impossible for some things to happen.
Pick up and drop off.
You can get picked up anywhere in Dubai except inside the mall. The price includes pickup and drop-off from any hotel or residential building in Bur Dubai, Deira, Karama, Oud Metha, Al Qusais, Al Jafliya, Al Rashidya, Al Barsha, Jumeirah Lake Towers, Dubai Marina, Palm Jumeirah, Downtown, Business Bay, Jumeirah Beach Residence, Jumeirah, and Sheikh Zayed Road.
Only private transportation is available from Sharjah, Ajman, Al Furjan Al Maha Resort, Bab Al Shams, Jebel Ali Resorts, Expo Village Hotels, Al Maktoum Area Hotels, and Jebel Ali Palm Hotels, and Dubai Parks hotels and resorts. You can’t get picked up in the Hatta area or places outside Dubai.
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Inside the venue, pets are not allowed unless they are service animals with a valid ID.
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Get picked up and go straight to the desert safari.
One of the tour guides will pick you up from the place of your choice and drive you to the Red Dunes of Al Lahbab, which is about a 45-minute trip. Here, you can look at how beautiful the dunes look and how their colors change as the day goes on. The following 40 to 50 minutes will be an exciting time of hard dune bashing. Then you’ll keep going across the dunes until you reach the camp in the desert.
Camp in the desert, show, and drop-off
You can take a short ride on a camel at the camp, finish your hands with henna, which is conventional Eastern craftsmanship, and watch a show with customary moving, belly dancing, and Tanura dancing. At the camp, you can also smoke hookah and drink Arabic coffee. When the activities are over, you will be taken back to your chosen place.
VIP-only private tent
You’ll be taken to your VIP table at the camp, where you can relax and enjoy the whole experience, including a BBQ dinner with full waiter service. Take a short ride on a camel, get your hands decorated with henna traditionally, sit back and relax, and watch a traditional belly dancing show and Tanoura dancing.
■ There will be no alcohol or belly dancing during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
■ From November to January, the desert can be cool, and from June to September, it can be very hot.
■ The schedule may change because of religious holidays or other events that might make it impossible to do some things.
■ You must get in touch with the local provider at least 24 hours before the tour to set up the exact pickup time.
■ Hard dune bashing is not recommended for people who get car sick or have injuries. For More You Can Visit The Website