Awesome morning desert safari in Dubai with Dubaidesertsafari? During the evening desert tour, never bring your alcohol. Every desert camp has its bar at the camp area from where you purchase and consume it. However, during Ramadan, bars are closed in desert camps. Going on to desert safari tour with a toddler/infants is not a good option until you book a private vehicle, so you can ask the safari captain to slow down if your toddler is not feeling comfortable. If you and your family are not comfortable with a live belly dance show, you can book a desert tour without belly dance; your safari captain will pick you from desert camp before the show starts; 2nd option is to book for morning desert tour. During the morning safari tour, there are no belly dance shows. Read many more details on Dubai desert safari. You haven’t lived in Dubai if you’ve not tasted the delightful Arab delicacies. We will serve you with variety of Veg & Non Veg dishes which are already there for you to have for your dinner. We are also sensitive to our customer’s preferences, so you don’t have to worry.
Dubai’s excellent museum is housed in the Al-Fahidi Fort, built in 1787 to defend Dubai Creek. The fort’s walls are built out of traditional coral-blocks and held together with lime. The upper floor is supported by wooden poles, and the ceiling is constructed from palm fronds, mud, and plaster. In its history, the fort has served as a residence for the ruling family, a seat of government, garrison, and prison. Restored in 1971 (and again extensively in 1995), it is now the city’s premier museum. The entrance has a fascinating exhibition of old maps of the Emirates and Dubai, showing the mammoth expansion that hit the region after the oil boom. The courtyard is home to several traditional boats and a palm-leaf house with an Emirati wind-tower. The right-hand hall features weaponry, and the left-hand hall showcases Emirati musical instruments. Below the ground floor are display halls with exhibits and dioramas covering various aspects of traditional Emirati life (including pearl fishing and Bedouin desert life), as well as artifacts from the 3,000- to 4,000-year-old graves at Al Qusais archaeological site.
The Dubai Fountain, located at the base of the iconic Burj Khalifa and just outside the doors of the famous The Dubai Mall, features the world’s largest choreographed fountain system. This popular dancing water show jets water streams as high as 150 metres in the air. Each colourful, illuminated jet sways in time to various musical numbers from around the world, producing what has become the one of the most popular shows in Dubai. Two showings occur in the afternoon (1pm and 1:30pm), except on Fridays (1:30pm to 2pm) and evening displays begin at sundown and take place every 30 minutes until the final song plays at 11pm.
The spice souq is a must-visit spot in UAE. The spice souk in Deira is located quite near to the gold souk. The souk has various narrow lanes filled with the aroma of spice, which will give your sense an ecstatic feeling. Apart from the spices, the retailers in the spice souk promote shisha and frankincense plus herbs used in traditional South Asian and Arabic meals, artifacts, rugs, incense, and textiles. Exploring spice souk will definitely give you an idea about the historical side of this post-modern city. Moreover, this will be a unique shopping experience for you. The narrow alleys of souq have the aroma of spices, where you can hop on take some back home. Dubai has always been an epicenter of tremendous growth and technological innovations. The city has become a tourist hub attracting millions of people worldwide only because of the iconic human-made structures. One of these human-made wonders in this desert is the 22,500 square meters indoor ski resort. It features an 85-meter high snow mountain that consists of 5 slopes with different levels of difficulty and steepness.
A friendly smiley greet by the Desert guide at the pick-up point, get onto the 4×4 Land Cruiser and be driven out from the modern day high towers Dubai Skyline into the ancient Desert Dunes Landscape. The desert guide keeps you informed about the modern Dubai and the history, the lifestyle that is has so changed from history to modern. As you drive on the long route towards the Desert Adventure Activity zone at the Red Dunes Desert, the highest Dunes of Dubai in the area called Al Badayer, perfectly suited for hitting the dunes in a 4×4 land cruiser with a professional desert stunt guide. Our Desert Guide, who will introduce all the members taking part in the activity, after a meet and greet session, with giving you a moment to fresh up before we start the engines to hit the dunes. Feel the dune bashing and the skills of balance on the highest dune drift on the move for over 30mins. A 15mins of stop at the highest dune in the middle of the desert to try out the skills on a Sand Board Skiing and Sliding down from the desert Highest peak dunes. A mesmerizing view of the flat bed Desert Dunes perfectly suited to capture the clear sunrise into your cameras and allowing you to take drinking water, photos and videos saving the moment of memory to share with others. Find many more details on https://www.dubaidesertsafari.tours/.