Escape the city for an unforgettable evening in the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve. Watch the sunset over the Arabian Desert, ride a camel, and sand-board through the sand dunes, then tuck into a 3-course dinner beneath the stars. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
Evening desert dinner safari from Dubai
Watch the sunset over the dunes of the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve
Enjoy activities such as a camel riding, sand boarding, henna painting, and belly dancing
Tuck into a delicious 3-course dinner at a Bedouin desert camp
Great-value tour includes hotel pickup, dinner, and all activities
Start your evening with pickup from your central Dubai hotel in time for an afternoon departure. Traveling aboard a 4WD, enjoy the views as you drive out of the city and out into the surrounding desert. After an around 45-minute drive, during which your guide will explain the region’s history and unique geology, arrive at a Bedouin-style camp in the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, where an array of activities await you. First, enjoy the stunning desert scenery on a thrilling camel ride, then get your adrenaline pumping as you sand-board down the dunes. Back at the camp, enjoy a magnificent falcon display, try henna hand painting, or relax in front of the campfire. Climb up the dunes to watch the mesmerizing desert sunset, then return to camp to tuck into a delicious Arabic style dinner, including a 3-course buffet and unlimited soft drinks. After being entertained by belly dancing and traditional music, take a moment to enjoy the tranquility of the desert as you gaze up at the star-filled skies. After an unforgettable evening in the desert, return to Dubai, where your tour ends with drop-off at your hotel in the late evening.
Viator Traveler's Reviews
, Nov 2017
Good time. Pickup on time. Dune ride too long - some folks got sick. Camel ride too short. Food - average as expected. Belly dancer very good. It would appear that Sundowner is no different than other vendors as we are all mixed together at the camp.- perhaps check out the cheaper vendors. - Glen
That was amazing tour. The tour guys picked up me on time, friendly, I have enjoyed a lot for dune drive, belly dance. However the camel ride is too short...around few mins. For the buffet dinner, you should take time because the main course will be served after soft drinks and others. If you buy the souvenir gifts make sure you have good price, cost for photo is also high.
There are a number of similar desert safari tours so it was hard to pick one, but this one was well organised. We were in a six seater landrover going up and down the dunes and our driver known as 'Captain' ensured that we enjoyed the ride. We stopped for the sunset which was lovely and then went to the camp. There probably were over 200 people there and the food was good and filling though the soft drink option didn't offer juices. The camel ride was short - about 3 minutes and you got to have a falcon on your arm, however the photos taken by the photographer there, were much too expensive so we didn't bother buying any. There was just one belly dancer for the show and while she was very good, it would have been nice to see some other Arabian entertainers as well