I booked it for myself and kids (9&13). BIG MISTAKE!
First of all the quads are not for kids, and definitely not for me. Driving it at almost 50 km/h was way too fast for me, but as we were in convoy I had no choice but to keep up. Kids were on a quadbike with one of the guides who at some point fell off it while riding, leaving my children on their own in still moving quad! Riding non stop for 2h on very hard, bumpy ground is dangerous, very draining, and not fun at all. You certainly dont enjoy the views as you have to concentrate of steering and keeping the quadebike in control! Everything was hurting me afterwords and I honestly couldn't face going back on it to go back from the dessert. Unfortunately I had no choice, and nobody has offered me any help. It was a scary and dangerous experience. I believe its only suitable for stronger men and very sporty women, but not for me or my family. Also keep in mind that you will be forced to buy scarfs and rent googles (additional £5 per person), and of course you can purchase video and photos (definitely worth it, Ali, the photographer was the only really nice guy from the whole crew, the rest of them were acting like they doing us a favor to be there)
Food (dinner) is very basic but tasty. Camel ride very short but kids loved it.
I would definitely try jeep ride, but never again quadebikes! And probably I would try to use different company. I found our main guide rude and not very informative. Collection and drop off was in a dirty, overloaded jeep, with way too many people in it.
So altogether it was a dreadful experience.