Premium Dubai desert safari 2022? The activity includes a Desert professional Stunt Driver, who will introduce all the members taking part in the activity, after a meet and greet sessions, with briefing of the Do’s and Don’ts, giving you a moment to fresh up before we start the engines to hit the dunes. The Four in One activity will include 30mins of Dune Bashing in a 4×4 Land Cruiser with a Professional Desert stunt driver followed by a stop for 15mins Skiing down the dunes from the highest dune via a Sand Board and then the last activity of 30mins Self Driving Quad Bike in the desert of Al Badayer allowing you to click photos and videos saving the moment of memory to share with others. Post the adventure activities, Our Guide drives you to the Desert Camp, where you take the feel of history, how Bedouin live their lives with a mouthwatering Continental BBQ Dinner and Live Entertainment Shows at the Camp. See more details on desert safari Dubai deals. 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.
The Bastakia Quarter (also known as the Al-Fahidi neighborhood) was built in the late 19th century to be the home of wealthy Persian merchants who dealt mainly in pearls and textiles and were lured to Dubai because of the tax-free trading and access to Dubai Creek. Bastakia occupies the eastern portion of Bur Dubai along the creek, and the coral and limestone buildings here, many with walls topped with wind-towers, have been excellently preserved. Wind-towers provided the homes here with an early form of air conditioning — the wind trapped in the towers was funneled down into the houses. Persian merchants likely transplanted this architectural element (common in Iranian coastal houses) from their home country to the Gulf. Lined with distinct Arabian architecture, the narrow lanes are highly evocative of a bygone, and much slower, age in Dubai’s history. Inside the district, you’ll find the Majlis Gallery, with its collection of traditional Arab ceramics and furniture (housed in a wind-tower) and the Al Serkal Cultural Foundation, with a shop, cafe, and rotating art exhibitions (located in one of the historic buildings)
Stretching over 13,000sqm, City Walk is reminiscent of European pedestrian precincts offering a pleasant vehicle-free stroll. Take a walk along tree-lined avenues with shops and restaurants, and look upwards to discover skyscrapers like the Burj Khalifa on the horizon. There are surprises at every turn as the district is also home to some of the city’s finest street art. Treat your family to an afternoon of fun at Hub Zero, an indoor entertainment centre that features virtual reality experiences, old-school arcade games and more, or catch a show at the Coca-Cola Arena. There are also fountains, children’s playgrounds and plenty of open-air seating.
Standing 828 meters high, Burj Khalifa is the tallest human-made structure in the world, and it is hard to miss. Located in Downtown Dubai, besides the mighty Dubai Mall, Burj Khalifa is the most iconic structure in the Dubai skyline. If you are using the metro, you have to get down at Dubai Mall metro station to access this tallest building. You can walk through the air-conditioned pass or take a bus to the point. The tickets to the Burj Khalifa top is available inside the Dubai Mall. However, if you want to avoid the hassle of finding the office and dealing with long queues, book your At the Top, Burj Khalifa tickets in advance with Sabsan Holidays. There are two observation decks open for the public. The view from the observation deck (level 124) is super gorgeous on a clear day. There are telescopes built with technology that provides high definition views of landmarks and attractions beyond the city. It’s also equipped with a feature that reveals how the town looks like during day and night. Come prepared with your camera because the view from the top is going to take your breath away. Discover many more info at https://www.excursionpoint.com/.
Never take plenty of water before starting your journey in the desert, especially before dune bashing’s exciting to experience because dune bashing is a bouncy expedition. So if you want to get a real experience of the desert, never stock water or other food items before starting the exhilarating journey. Always costume proper hat, wear sunglasses & HD camera to capture all exciting memories. During the desert tour drones are not allowed, so it’s better not to bring drones along with you during the tour. Your dress code must be according to the weather conditions and environment, like loose dress suits that do not annoy you during the adventurous journey.