Desert safari and dinner from Abu Dhabi
- Feast on a delicious BBQ dinner buffet in an Arabian ambience
- Feel an adrenaline rush as you ride over the sand dunes
- Watch the sunset over the open desert
Enjoy and discover the true desert of Abu Dhabi. After an exciting drive over the sand dunes you will visit a camel farm and watch the sunset from the dunes. Your journey will continue until you reach the traditional Arabic camp and there you will have the opportunity to try a variety of activities like henna painting, belly dancing, sheesha, as well as the Arabic sweets and coffee significant to Bedouin culture.
After sunset a BBQ dinner will be served under the starlit sky with live entertainment to ensure you have a night to remember. You will also be treated to traditional Arabic hospitality and be offered Arabic coffee and dates as they have been servedfor centuries and continue to be served in Emirati homes today.
- Abu Dhabi hotel pick-up/drop-off
- BBQ dinner
- Alcoholic beverages
- Children(4-11): reduced
- Infancts(0-3): free
At check out you will be asked to provide your hotel name and address for pick-up.
- During religious holidays there is no belly dance, fire show and no alcohol to be served (Tanoura show will continue as scheduled)
- Please be in hotel lobby at the departure time
- There may be slight delays in case of traffic
- Children under 3 years are not allowed to participate in the dune bashing due to the safety reason
- Operates daily
- Hotel pick-up at 3.00pm
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