It is on board of vintage Land Rover, left to the Bedouins by the English in the 70s, that you will go to observe the fauna and flora of the Emirian desert.
This one-hour walk is marked by several stops allowing you to learn more about the Emirates desert and its inhabitants.
During this activity, you will go in search of wildlife, and you will be able to see gazelles and antelopes.
This guided tour ends in a superb Bedouin camp where dinner will be served at the table for starters and in the form of a buffet for dishes and desserts.
In this camp, everything is cooked traditionally, from coffee, to bread, to meat and doughnuts. A short camel ride will be possible at the camp and a henna pose will be offered.
It is in this camp that you will leave in your exclusive room equipped with beds and the necessary comfort. The camp is equipped with shower and toilets but has no wifi or television.
In the morning, breakfast will be served to you.
– Child rate from 1 to 11 years old
– Authorized for pregnant women up to 6 months
– Departure between 2:30 and 4:30 pm depending on the season
– Return between 9:00 and 10:00 am depending on the season
Please choose when making your reservation if you prefer a vegetarian, vegan, kosher or gluten free meal
Charcuterie and smoked salmon
Eggs Benedict, Eggs Florentine, omelette
Water, Juice, Tea, Coffee
Composition of the dinner:
Lebanese Salads, Fattoush and Tabbouleh
Hummus and eggplant cream with Emirati bread
Grilled beef and marinated chicken
Slow cooked lamb with Emirati spices
White and spiced rice
Emirati Fruit and Doughnut
Water tea and Emirati coffee
What the tariff includes:
Round trip transfers from your hotel
The one-hour ride in a vintage Land Rover
Traditional Emirati dinner and breakfast
The pose of henna if you wish
The short camel ride if you wish
The traditional Emirati show
Your room equipped
Location: Dubai desert conservation reserve
You can combine this activity with the sunrise in a hot air balloon. Please find the description of this activity on our website by clicking on the link below:
Sunrise in a hot air balloon