Evening Desert Safari with BBQ Dinner

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A must for everyone who is visiting UAE. A memory to share with your family and friends back home, We recommend it highly and it will be worth every second you spend Pick up by 4x4 wheel Drive from any point in Dubai and Sharjah between 3.00pm to 3.30 p.m. - Drive through the desert along Al Awir Road - Dune Bashing. - 20-30 minutes Dune Driving - Sun Set Photography - Camel Rides - Belly Dancing - Fire show and Tanura show - Bar (On Payment basis) - Henna Painting - Hubbllee Bubblee (shisha) - (on payment basis) - Arabic Coffee (gahwa) and Fresh Dates - Traditional costumes - Unlimited soft drinks, tea coffee and mineral water - Buffet Dinner and B.B.Q.(vegetarian food also available on request)

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This tour departs in the afternoon across the desert of Dubai with several photo-stops during an exciting dune drive to the first destination a camel farm. The drive continues across the desert. We stop to watch the beautiful sunset before reaching our campsite where you have the opportunity to do a camel ride, sand boarding and try out a henna design on hand or feet. After working up an appetite enjoy a delicious barbecue dinner and shisha (the famous Arabic water pipe). Before returning to Dubai watch our belly dancer performing her show around the campfire by starlight.

Duration: 5 hour

Stop At: The Walk at JBR

The silky red sand and towering dunes lend Lahbab a unique desert landscape with picture-perfect views of the desert surrounding. This tour is perfect for adventure seekers, families, couples and solo travelers looking for a unique tour combining fun, adventure, nature, and culture.

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Bur Dubai Abra Dock

In the historic district, the Abra Dock in Bur Dubai, is an affordable 10-minute traditonal wooden boat ride -- really a taxi. Take the abra from the Bastakiya side, look around the textile souk and the art galleries, and end in the gold souk.
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