Desert Safari

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United Arab Emirates
25° 10' 46.5132" N, 55° 16' 11.946" E
General info: 

Dubai, the city that impresses everyone who visits it, just a half a century ago, was an empty desert. The area where today stands the Burj Al Arab, the Burj Khalifa, and all the other spectacular Dubai attractions, were either sand or water, not a long time ago. The desert is still a very important factor in the lives of Dubai residents. To visit the other parts of the UAE, people need to cross it, but the desert itself attracts tourists who find it romantic and spiritually evocative.

Desert Safari in Dubai can be an unforgettable experience. You can enjoy in the beautiful landscapes that are changing with every blow of wind and which look particularly good during the sunset. Other than nature, people find visiting traditional tribe camps very thrilling. You can meet people that decided to maintain the way of life their ancestors cherished for centuries. People from the camp will certainly offer you traditional coffee drinks, along with a friendly attitude.

One of the companies offering desert safaris in Dubai is ‘Desert Safari Dubai’ whom you can contact via this link ->

Getting there: 

There are several companies arranging the safaris.
To get you started, The ‘Desert Safari Dubai’ company’s headquarters is located in the Business Bay area in the modern city center of Dubai. The exact address is Churchill Towers, Al Amal Street, Dubai.


The prices depend on the type of the tour. Some example prices:
Evening safari AED 85
Overnight safari AED 125
Safari dinner AED 125

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