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Very nice way to relax and get unforgettable impressions!
You will have a ride on a 4x4 off road jeep and hit the dunes,
after that you will arrive to a place that reminds of an old settlements in the desert.
You will have an...More
Great evening, complete with a local attire and refreshment for our enjoyment. After a short camel ride I came back to the camp and dined on a delicious barbeque dinner as the stars came out and an enchanting belly dancer and tanoura dancer performed a...More
Most important place for all tourists coming to Dubai
Don't eat too much lunch though before the 4 X 4 ride in the desert dunes
Lovely day especially in the cooler months
Nice belly dance show
The desert drive in a...More
The quad bike was expensive and they only allowed 30 mins. Food at desert safari was not really nice and it was not hot. Had to pay extra for them to serve at your table, AED25 per person. You can also opt for VIP table...More
The safari it self was good but the driver was moody didn't speak much and such a slow driver.Once we got there upgraded to the VIP seating which was rubbish as we got our food on table but last and food was buffet but limited...More
We were to be picked up from our hotel around 3 PM but was delayed since 2 other guests were joining us. It takes about an hours drive and the drive on the sand dunes was thrilling.This is a trip one should not miss if...More
We are a small group of 6 people going to visit Dubai on 29th and 30th September during the transit from Vienna to Kolkata. So far we have planned some itinerary for these 2 days, but it would be great if someone helps me to rectify our itinerary as per schedule. Our return flight from Dubai to Kolkata on 1st Oct 2018 at 00:05. We would like to visit The Dubai Mall, Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, Burj Khalifa, Dubai Fountains and Desert Safari Dubai on 29th September. Then on...More
August 27, 2018|
Honestly u can check almost everything depending where you staying . Try taking hotel near deira it's much approachable and better. The Dubai Mall, Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, Burj Khalifa, Dubai Fountains can be done in 1 visit easy even you can go for dhow cruise same day. Desert Safari Dubai on 29th September and morning slot u can go for dolphin show or a city tour because safri people usually pick you from hotel around 3. Then on 30th, u can go for adventure and lost chamber in...More
Arabian Adventures or Desert Safari Dubai or something else? (9 Replies)
Hey everyone, I am visiting Dubai by myself and planning to go for the desert safari on a Friday afternoon. Would love to join a safari tour that is not overtly commercial, has a private desert camp with authentic bedouin style setup and good food (alcohol not a deal breaker), sand bashing and, ideally, some form falconry (if possible). I have looked at Platinum Heritage, Arabian Adventures, Desert Safari Dubai, and Beyond the Dunes. The last one (beyond the dunes) appeals most to me...More
November 01, 2015|
So there's also another option I just found - Fun Tours. Any thoughts between Arabian Adventures, Desert Safari Dubai, and Fun Tours based on my note above? Thanks!
Royal Vision Tourism - Desert Safari Dubai (5 Replies)
Hello, I have booked the evening desert safari through nailthedeal.com provided by Royal Vision Tourism. As it costed only 69 AED per person and I have read bad reviews about companies doing cheap tours, I am a little scared if everything goes well. Do you have experiences with this company? I am on a budget so I dont mind if the service is not that high quality, I am just afraid if they really shows up.
May 07, 2015|
You get what you pay for with desert safaris. You may have a great time ..... and then again you may not. A good budget safari tour would still cost around 250 dirham, anything less than that and you are getting a poor quality product. Bear in mind that poor quality will not just mean service or the car not showing up - it may mean badly serviced cars, untrained drivers, inadequate insurance cover, poor hygiene at the food buffet, inoperable toilets and you are going to trust them to...More