Desert Safari in Dubai
Discover Dubai Deserts in a royal fashion, will acquaint you with the spirit of Dubai and will provide an awesome experience that will be truly unforgettable.
The immensely beautiful and fascinating Dubai is packed with a glorious history, art and culture. Desert Safaris the best way to explore the region, its culture, tradition and to experience its geographical and topographical features and almost everything that a place can offer to us. Desert Safaris are indeed the new, exciting way of casting one's footprint across the shifting sands of UAE.
Evening Desert Safari with Dinner
This takes you from the bustle of Dubai city to the desert of golden sand dunes. You will travel to the desert from your pick-up point in a luxury 4WD and reach there in around 45 minutes. Next, the dune bashing (desert driving) will begin, where you will shriek and laugh with excitement as the car goes up and down the dunes.
Camel racing is a deep-rooted traditional sport that finds its origins in the desert culture of the Arabian Peninsula, and the Middle East. Camels, commonly referred to as "ships of the desert," have for thousands of years played a vital role in the region, influencing every aspect of daily life. Beyond providing transportation, food, and shelter, the camel also served as a means of entertainment, celebration, and competition on festivals and special occasions. Races would take place at such events, which were generally more for show than competition. Competitive races would typically take place as a result of a challenge among camel owners, therefore requiring preparation that differed from the show races.
Camel racing became a very popular pastime, developing into a much more formalized and professional form of racing which includes specialized breeding, intensive training programs, and technique. The rise of camel racing's popularity can be seen as well in other parts of the world where the race has also begun to draw in sizeable crowds of spectators and influential patrons. The sport continues to grow and develop, spreading and gaining recognition in regions where camels are not generally common.
Golf has surged in popularity since Dubai opened the first grass course in the Middle East in 1988. A second magnificent grass course, with luxurious club facilities, has been added since. Visitors are welcomed at both these clubs on a 'pay as you play' basis. There are also several pitch and putt courses around the city.