Premium Dubai desert safari by excursionpoint.com? Prepare yourself to adjust to any temperature in the desert. Wear open shoes or sandals. Those are far better than pumps & coat shoes in the desert. Visitors with heart problem and back problem is not recommended for dune bashing. Pregnant women are strictly disallowed in this bumpy safari. Note that pregnant ladies can skip the dune bashing and go directly to the desert camp to enjoy the activities of desert safari. Morning desert safari is not recommended for pregnant ladies. So, in that case, you can book a desert safari without dune bashing. Find many more details on arabian desert safari. It’s for sure you’ve been planning your trip for a while so let us give you the reliable desert safari service where we provide prompt pick & drop offers to and from your preferred place (Home or Hotel) anywhere in Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman.
Sitting slap-bang between Dubai’s older neighborhoods clustered around the creek and the city’s modern sprawl, this ginormous 150-meter-high picture frame is one of Dubai’s latest sights. Inside, a series of galleries whisk you through the city’s history and explore Emirati heritage before you travel up to the Sky Deck, where there are fantastic panoramas of both old and new Dubai to be snapped on the viewing platforms. Afterwards check out Future Dubai gallery, which imagines what a futuristic vision of the city will look like. Sheikh Zayed Road is the main thoroughfare running through Dubai’s modern downtown business district. This wide, eight-lane highway is rimmed with towering glass, chrome, and steel high-rises along its entire length. It’s one of the best on-the-ground vantage points for Dubai’s famed skyscraper views.
Dubai may be famous for the glitz and glamour of its sky-high towers, but the real heart of the city is, and always will be, the Creek. The saltwater estuary is the original site where the Bani Yas tribe settled, and its waters were vital for what used to be Dubai’s main forms of economy: pearl diving and fishing. Today, the area is awash with the history of the emirate, as it’s home to the Dubai Museum as well as the labyrinthine alleyways of the gold, spice and textile souks. While at the Creek, a ride across the water on a traditional abra is a must, and at an unbelievable AED1 per ticket, it’s easily the best value tourist attraction in the city.
Dubai Safari Park is home to 2500 animals replacing Dubai Zoo and its 1,000 animals. It is one of the newest attractions in Dubai, which is sprawled across 119 hectares. The main aim of this attraction is to provide recreational and educational performance to the visitors. You will be transported in a solar-powered vehicle through these “villages,” namely the Arabian, Asian, African, and Safari Village. Al Warqa’s Dubai Safari is a haven for animal lovers. The park is eco-friendly that mainly uses solar energy for functioning. Besides, there are live encounters and themed sessions for adventure junkies. Both the tourists and residents admire the Walk and The Beach at JBR due to the neighborhood’s breathtaking sights. It is one of the district’s energetic atmosphere where people come for a walk, exercise, and jogging. The place is always abuzz with a lot of people. It is a one-stop spot for the movie, shopping, food, and beach — an excellent place to relax and rejuvenate. If you are tired of roaming around the city and exploring the touristy spots, you can sit back and relax at this place. However, it is worth checking out!
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 more information at https://www.excursionpoint.com/.