Best evening desert safari in Dubai today? Manage your time in the evening desert safari and get amused by all entertaining activities like henna painting, traditional clothing, shisha smoking, and Arabic foods. So use your time wisely & capture your outbound memories. Get a professionally experienced & insurance holder driver to enjoy the bumpy adventure. Camel riding is not the same as horse riding, so always listen to your guide before the camel ride. Pregnant ladies are not allowed for the camel ride in Dubai. If you have any issues with your joints, get some pain killer medicines before the camel safari tour. See a lot more info 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.
Deira lies on the northern bank of Dubai Creek, and the winding streets here unveil the melting pot of different nationalities that have come to call Dubai home. On the shore, ancient dhows load and unload with modern banks, hotels, and office buildings as a backdrop. For travelers, Deira is most famous for its traditional souks (markets), which bustle with shoppers at all times of the day. Deira Gold Souk is world-renowned as the largest gold bazaar in the world. The Deira Spice Souk sells every imaginable spice, with stalls overflowing with bags of frankincense, cumin, paprika, saffron, sumac, and thyme, as well as the fragrant oud wood, rose water, and incense. The fish market provides a much less touristy experience. While in the district, culture lovers shouldn’t miss two of Deira’s finely restored architectural gems. Heritage House was built in 1890 as the home of a wealthy Iranian merchant and later became the home of Sheik Ahmed bin Dalmouk (a famous pearl merchant in Dubai). Today, it’s a great chance to see the interior of a traditional family home. The Al-Ahmadiya School, constructed in 1912, is the oldest school in Dubai and is now a museum of public education.
The Dubai Opera, situated in the new Opera District in the heart of Dubai, offers an enticing schedule which can be likened to that of London’s West End or Manhattan’s Broadway. With views of the Dubai Fountain and next to the Burj Khalifa, the building was inspired by the shape of Arabian dhow ships and is sure to catch your eye. While the rear of the building arches upwards like a hull and is used as a foyer, taxi rank and car park, the stage area is designed in such a way that it can easily be converted into three different event platforms: theatre, hall or concert hall. Want to know what’s on while you’re holidaying in the city? Visit Dubai Calendar.
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. Read extra info at https://www.dubaidesertsafari.tours/.
The Dubai Mall is the ultimate destination for shopaholics. Located adjacent to the world’s tallest building, Dubai Mall is one place in Dubai where the shopping freaks will rejoice. Apart from the shopping outlets, Dubai Mall has entertainment and leisurely spots to have a fun-filled day. The venue has got 1,200-plus shops and 150 restaurants; an indoor theme park, an ice rink, a huge indoor waterfall, a choreographed outdoor fountain, and a vast Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo. With more than 1,200 retail stores, two anchor department stores, and hundreds of food and beverage outlets, Dubai malls cover an area equivalent to 100 football pitches (more than 1 million sqm). One day is not enough to explore this place, which has some mindblowing wonders such as water fountain, indoor fountain, and much more.