Head out from Dubai with your professional safari guide on an early morning drive into the desert to spot exotic local wildlife. Travel by legendary…
Explore the wildlife of the Dubai Desert in exciting 1950's Land Rovers. View a live falcon training session and dine in an authentic Bedouin camp…
Spend a night camping inside the grounds of a royal retreat in the Dubai desert. Begin this overnight adventure with a drive through the desert in an…
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What People Are Saying About Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve
This is a well organized desert safari trip. We enjoyed the drive through the desert dunes, the food & cultural dances in the evening. We would recommend to anyone who is looking to experience the desert with first class service.
Mohammed was a wonderful "in charge" leader of this tour. Get Your Guide kept us informed of time for pick up and were punctual. Mohammed's partner, Sharic (so?) was interesting, knew his subject matter, gave plentry of time for asking questions and made the experience FUN! We got a LOT for our fare. There were no extra charges on the tour as is sometimes the case with other similar tours, I.e., they didn't nickel and dime us to do extra activities. Fare was all inclusive and included everything one could want to do. I HIGHLY recommend this agency and tour, not only great fun but extremely educational! B. Roberts, U.S.A.
The Heritage Dinner Safari was amazing. From the minute we got picked up the guides were awesome, we picked up a few more people from other hotels and thankfully weren't kept waiting. We then drove out to the desert where the whole way our guide I think his name was hashan along with Talal talked about the sites along the way and gave us some great information about Dubai. The drive through the dunes in the awesome 1950's land rovers was great and the stops along the way to the camp were perfect. The camp itself was unbeleivable with the henna, camels, shisha, dancing etc and oh my god the food was amazing! Well done to Platinum Heritage and our two amazing guides they made the trip one to remember and we will recommend this to everyone!!! Thanks again. Olivia and Adam
Of all of the tours I did during my stay in Dubai, this experience was the best and most memorable. Our tour guide Yassir provided everyone with endless information that left me continuously intrigued. He gave us the just right amont of information where we were never bored, but not enough for us to say "would you please explain more?" Everything was perfect timing. The ride in the Land Rover was pure fun and excitement. Giving us the scarves before our ride was a bonus. I never knew the desert had so much to offer until I saw the vegetation and uses from the bushes and trees. The falcon show was quite hilarious even though I thought Kelli was long gone. Just when I thought it was over, the dinner camp was marvelous. All of the food was a great experience to consume. I can't remember the name of the juice, but I wish I could buy that in my native country. The unlimited camel rides was incredible. The sheesha lounge area made me really feel relaxed and stressless. Bravo to everything!
We were picked up in a mini van promptly from our hotel and had three more couples to pick up from the Radisson. However these people kept us waiting for over 30 minutes which was very annoying. Once on our way the driver spent too much time talking to his two friends and only made a few passing comments about what was happening. At the Conservation area we put on our head scarves and were driven in 1956 landrover jeeps through the desert. It was a lot of fun and we spotted gazelles and onyxes. We had stops to climb a sand dune and take photos and to watch a hawk demonstration and to hold the hawk. The camp site was a walled area with cushion and low tables, cooking area, a lady doing henna tattoos and a stage for the dancer. Outside this area were the camels ready for camel rides - no rush - and lovely clean toilets. The food was delicious and plentiful. We could smoke sheesha as well and watch the dancer. It was a lovely setting and there were only thirty or so people.