Morning Red Dunes with Camel Ride, Sandboarding and Refreshments at Camp
This safari is one of the best things to do in Dubai. Upon reaching the desert an array of activities like sandboarding, dune bashing, falcon and camel ride are waiting for you. The activities in the morning safari package provides you with an ample opportunity to enjoy
Dubai red dunes in a stunning way. Get inside the land cruiser for the most demanded and fascinating activity, “Dune Bashing”.
Dune Bashing Dubai
Dune bashing Dubai is the most awaited activity.the best of
Morning Desert Safari Dubai. This adventure, on
Dubai red dunes is high spirited and will leave you speechless. You will see your vehicle conquering sand dunes of various heights. The tyres will blow sand and that is a breathtaking view, don't worry, your guide will capture it for you. Now it is time for you to participate in the most exhilarating event of the day, “Sand Boarding”. To participate in this activity, If you follow the instructions carefully, then this will be a great experience for you. You will get inside the 4*4 Land Cruiser, seat comfortable. Then we will drive to the camp, start with photo shoot with Falcon then get on a camel’s back. You can go for a small ride to see the ravishing beauty of the desert.
After you are done with camel, it's time for refreshments like Arabic Sweets, coffee, dates that will be served by camp staff, then your guide will drop you back to your hotel.
- Pick and Drop facility
- Luxurious land cruisers
- Skilled Safari Drivers
- Red dune bashing in Lehbab desert (30-45 minutes)
- Sand boarding
- Photo with falcon
- Camel Ride
- Soft Drinks and Mineral Water in cars
- Refreshment at Camp
- Bottled water
- Coffee and/or Tea
- Quad bikes optional
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Pickup is available from any hotel in Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman
- Pickup and Drop off times might be changed according to Traffic
- This Tour is not allowed for children below 05 years, pregnant women and people with walking disabilities problems
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
Our driver was Shahjahan, he was very professional and an excellent driver, not to forget he took some amazing pictures of me and my family in the dessert.
What an awesome excursion! We were picked up promptly at 7 am at our hotel, as agreed the previous day. Another couple was picked up and we were on our way to the desert. Along the way, the guide pointed out various sights and provided additional context about things we were seeing. Once we arrived at the meeting point in the desert an hour later, we opted to do the quad bikes. There were people selling head scarves, which worked very well for us. The four of us then spent the next 30 minutes going up and down the dunes in the area, which was fantastic! There were maybe a dozen people riding, and it never felt crowded.From there, we proceeded into the desert for dune bashing and sandboarding. Our guide once again thrilled us with the unforgettable ride through the dunes in his 4x4 - we went up, down and sideways! Once we stopped at a top of a dune, and our kids tried their hand at sandboarding. They rolled down the dune several times, and proclaimed it was similar to snowboarding "but easier." We appreciated the fact that they could go down the dune multiple times and were not being rushed.Our final stop was a hut which had camels and falcon show. The falcon show was interesting - the guide explained how falcons hunt and why they remain loyal to the keeper (hint: it's the easy food supply). We then saw a falcon in action, "hunting down" a toy bird made of feathers. Lastly, we got on camels and rode around in a loop that was maybe 100 yards or so - sufficiently long. Afterwards, we made it inside the large hut where we were offered soft drinks, water, and coffee, as well as dates and pastries. While this is more of a description of what we did than a review, I can't say enough about the tour guide himself. He was pleasant, funny, talkative, considerate, knowledgeable... He made the tour fun. When we asked him about his job, he said he was doing it for 10 years - twice per day, he takes tourists into the desert - and he loves his job because he meets different people and gets to show them a good time!