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Unleash your spirit of adventure on this fun-packed, 5-hour desert expedition from Abu Dhabi. Glide into the Arabian wilderness by 4x4 Land Cruiser and take a dune drive through the Al Khatim area. Zip up and down the dunes with a professional driver just as the sun sinks over the ancient landscapes. Finally, visit a desert camp and enjoy a camel ride, sand boarding session, belly dancing tuition and more. Conclude by sitting down to a mouth-watering barbecue dinner and belly dancing display as the stars light up overhead.

Highlights

  • 5-hour desert, dune bash and dinner experience from Abu Dhabi
  • Ride a 4x4 Land Cruiser into the rolling desert east of Abu Dhabi
  • Enjoy an exciting dune drive in the Al Khatim area, with a professional driver
  • Visit a desert camp and ride a camel, try sand boarding and practice belly dancing if you wish
  • Puff on a ‘shisha’ (Arabic water pipe), get a henna tattoo and more
  • Feast on a sizzling BBQ dinner and watch a belly dancing display
  • Enjoy unlimited complimentary sodas, mineral water, coffee and dates with dinner

What You Can Expect

Safari Half-Day Adventure From Abu Dhabi

Camel Safari

Customer Reviews

Adrian N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

This tour was amazing!

Rellim001 Australia

4 star rating: Recommended June 2016

This is a very good evening out. It started about 4pm arriving back around 10pm. It was great to get out of the city and see some of the countryside. We had lots of fun dune bashing, we went to a camel farm to pat the camels, then onto the camp where we were provided with a buffet dinner, unlimited soft drinks unfortunately it was during Ramadan so there was no alcohol or belly dancing, henna tattoos, camel riding and the opportunity to rent an ATV. The only downside was the driver. He was just that - a driver - not a tour guide, so did not impart any useful information on the trip. While he showed excellent skills while dune bashing, we were more concerned for our safety on normal roads as he spent a lot of the time reading texts and Facebook at 140kms per hour. Also, as we were a little late in leaving the camp, we felt he was driving at excessive and unsafe speeds from the camp back to the main highway. Nevertheless, as I mentioned above, it was still a great evening out.

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