Are kids allowed in the desert safari?
Yes, kids are allowed in the Desert Safari. There is no certain age limit to visit the desert. Children under the age of two years must be chaperoned by their parents in their own car. If you have children, you can also skip the dune bashing ride and can go directly to the camp.
What benefits are included in desert safari packages?
The benefits included in the desert safari packages are pickup and drop-off, red dunes riding, refreshments (coffee tea, water, soft drinks, juices) sandboard, camel riding, Arabic qahwa, henna tattoo for hand and feet, Arabic traditional costume, sheesha, entertainment shows and much more.
What items do I need to carry with me on a desert safari?
We suggest you carry all the essential things you need, such as sunblock, cell phone, and your camera. You don’t have to carry anything extra with you, as it will be a problem for you throughout the whole journey.
How far is the camp from Dubai city?
The camp area is 60 km far from Al-Barsha Dubai and 95 Km away from Madri international Dubai airport.
How should I dress for a desert safari?
The desert is hot in the daytime, so you have to be careful about keeping yourself hydrated throughout the day. Make sure to wear hats and sunglasses to protect yourself from the scorching rays of the sun. Be sure to wear clothing that allows you to stay cool and comfortable in the hot climate.
How long does the journey takes?
The desert safari Dubai requires 6 hours to complete all exercises. Gotten from your area or brought together focuses by 3:00 pm and will be returned by 09:00 – 09:30 pm, Dune Drive Duration is 20-30 minutes.
How much does the desert safari cost?
The Evening Desert Safari costs 89 AED per head in Dubai. It’s the most practical accessible cost since the value ranges as per the visit incorporates and offers.
How can I make the payment for the desert tour?
You can pay with cash upon arrival, visa and expert cards, association pay, global credit/check card.