Your professional Safari Guide will lead you on an early morning desert safari drive in an authentic, museum quality vintage Land Rover, a vehicle which has played a pivotal role in the 1950’s and since then have become part of the UAE history. No other vehicle offers a more authentic desert experience to spot exotic local wildlife.

Then discover what life was like inside the Dubai desert before modern developments, when you hear fascinating tales first-hand from a local Bedouin, all within the exclusive surrounds of a private Royal desert retreat. You will have the opportunity to learn local recipes handed down from generation to generation, before enjoying a scrumptious breakfast.

This is a rare opportunity to glimpse into the rich history of the region, experience pristine Dubai desert, observe native wildlife, enjoy a stunning journey in a classic Land Rover, ride a camel and meet one of the original inhabitants of this land.


  • Days of Operation - Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (1.Oct-15.May)
  • Duration - Half day (morning) (5 hours)
  • Price per Person
    Adult: AED 395
    Child: AED 295
    (Rates for children aged 5-11)
  • Private Car
    AED 1,975 – (Max. 4 guests)
    AED 2,370 – (Max. 6 guests)


Emirati cuisine at an exclusive camp inside a Royal desert retreat

Storytelling by a local Bedouin

Wildlife spotting in a legendary vintage Land Rover inside the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve


  • Ideal opportunity to photograph the flora and fauna of the desert
  • Serene setting surrounded by exotic wildlife
  • Camel Riding
  • Bathrooms facilities
  • Hotel pick-up in an Air-conditioned vehicle (shared)
  • A portion of your fee is contributed towards local conservation
  • A private car booking is required if travelling with children under 5 years old
  • Children over 5 years old and under 12 years old will be accepted at the Child rate
  • Pick up from Dubai Hotels between 7:00am and 8:00am
  • Return to the Hotel between 12:00pm and 1:00pm
  • The Arabic Breakfast includes water, soft drinks, Arabic coffee, Rgaag with egg (arabic bread), Balaleet (sweet noodles), Chbaab (pancakes)