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    Camel Trekking in Dubai

    £68 Starting price

    Departing from

    Ajman

    Dubai

    Sharjah

    Experience the desert in the best possible light on a camel ride through the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve. Take to the trail on a ‘ship of the desert’ – the dromedary camel - to see the desert flora and fauna. 

    • A trail-style, guided camel ride through the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve
    • Spot Arabian wildlife like the Arabian Oryx
    • Learn about the remarkable dromedary camel and desert wildlife
    • Great photo opportunities
     
    Winter itinerary (1 October – 30 April)
    • The camel trek takes place in the morning
    • Stop for a picnic breakfast and a glass of bubbles on the shores of a lake
     
    Summer itinerary (1 May – 30 September)
    • The camel trek takes place at sunset
    • Stop for strawberries and a glass of bubbles on the shores of a lake

    What's Included

    • Hotel pick up and drop off
    • Safari Guide
    • Stop for a refreshments as noted in the itinerary
    • A glass of bubbly or sparkling date juice (during religious holidays sparkling date juice will be served)
    • A portion of your fees supports local desert conservation

    No. of Passengers:

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    Price on
    £68
    per adult
    The Facts

    Departures

    Daily

    Availability

    Year round

    Duration

    Half day; morning or early evening

    Transport

    4-wheel drive Land Cruiser or similar (Sharing) and camel

    Activity

    Moderate

    Languages

    English

    Dress Code

    Modest dress and comfortable sports shoes are recommended

    Good to Know

    A portion of your fee goes towards supporting local conservation

    Two guests per camel (maximum).

    Lone-travellers will not share.

    Children will ride on the same camel as their parent/guardian. Not recommended for children under 4.

    Comfortable clothes, a hat and sports shoes recommended