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Dune Buggy Adventure Package RZR 570 CC

Direct To Location The activity will start as per the selected time slot

Free Cancellation 24 hours Prior

  • For all cancellations made 24 hours prior to the tour departure time NO charges will be applicable. 
  • If cancellation made within 24 hours of your tour departure time 100% charges will be applicable.
  • If eligible for a refund your amount will be returned back to you within 7 working days.

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Activity Overview

In your preferred time, drive your quad bikes and explore the desert. Traverse the seemingly endless dunes at your own pace and build some lifetime memories.

Powerful Engine, Great suspensions, Superb handling. It has got everything covered. Let the Thrill Begin!

Want to upscale your Off - Roading skills? Dive into the essence of desert and roam around, you will be all set in your desert quad bike. Go for it ! Take some slides down the sloppy dunes skateboarding. Afterwards, sit back and relax at the upbeat lounge!

Terms & Conditions

  • We reserve the complete right to reschedule an itinerary or route, adjust pricing, or even cancel a tour whenever, at our sole discretion, mainly if we deem it is vital for your safety or convenience. 
  • Unused inclusion in a tour package is non-refundable. 
  • Any guest failing to reach on time at the designated pick-up point will be considered a no-show. No reimbursement or alternative transfer will be arranged in such circumstances.
  • Should a tour booking be cancelled or altered for reasons of bad weather, vehicle issue or traffic problems, we will make all sincere efforts to arrange alternative service with similar options, however, based on its availability.  
  • The arrangement of seating will depend on its availability and will be done by our driver or tour guides.
  • Pick-up and drop-off timings listed on the website are approximate, and they will be adjusted as per your location as well as traffic conditions.  
  • Coupon Codes can be redeemed only through online booking process.
  • We reserve the right to charge 100% No Show charges if guests do not turn up on time for the pick-up.
  • In any case the guest does not show up on time and our vehicle departs from the pickup location, then we will not arrange for alternative transfer & no refund is provided for the missed tour.
  • Seating arrangement is done as per the availability & it is decided by the Driver or Tour Guide except in case of private transfers.

Tour Inclusions

  • Transfer in a 4x4 vehicle with guide
  • Guided buggy run as per option selected 
  • Dune Bashing (15 Min)
  • Sandboarding
  • Camel ride (10 Min)
  • Refreshment

Important Information

  • Location Address - Al Aweer Desert camp, Dubai, UAE.
  • Please carry a valid Id/Passport along with you during the activity.
  • Please Wear Casual/Sports Comfortable Clothing (Trainers, Shorts, T-shirt)
  • Pregnant women or people suffering from backache are not recommended for this tour.
  • The minimum age for anyone to sit as a passenger is must be 6 years old.
  • There will be no refund for partly utilized services.
  • No heavy luggage is allowed to be carried during this activity.
  • The activity is subject to availability

Itenarary Description

  • Experience the most thrilling desert adventures with a well-maintained dune buggy. (Duration will depend on your chosen option)

Useful Information

  • Seating arrangement for all transfers are as per the availability & our tour manager allows it.
  • The pick up/drop off timing can be modified as per the trip schedule. This also may change depending on traffic conditions and your location.
  • Some of the mentioned inclusions may remain closed on weekends or specific days as per the government norms for which we do not hold the responsibility.
  • The actual transfer timing may vary up to 30/60 minutes to the time listed on the website.
  • Summer clothing is suitable for most of the year, but sweaters or jackets may be needed for the winter months.
  • We recommend carrying sunglasses, hats and sun protection cream.
  • Private Transport can be organized on request for all tours.
  • Leaving off your personal belongings like Media equipment, wallets or any other valuable items in our vehicles or tour sites is solely at your responsibility. Our drivers and tour guides will not be responsible for it.
  • No strollers allowed inside the vehicles without prior information so please inform us at the time of making the reservation.
  • An adult must accompany children from 3 to 12 years in the water in any of the water activities
  • On Islamic occasions and National holidays, the tour will not serve alcohol, and there will be no live entertainment.
  • Please read carefully and understand the contents of the Tour Brochure/itinerary, the 'Terms and Conditions,' Price Grid and such other documents as may be applicable, as all these will form part of your contract with us once you affect the booking.
  • Photography of UAE residence especially ladies, military institutions, government buildings, and installations, is strictly prohibited.
  • Littering is a punishable offense and offenders may face penalties in the form of fines.
  • Smoking inside public areas is not allowed.
  • Some tours require your original passport or Emirates ID, and we have mentioned this information in the critical notes so please ensure that you read the critical information, we will not be responsible if you miss any tour where your passport or ID is mandatory.
  • We reserve the rights to charge 100% No show charges if the guest is not turning up on time for the pickup.
  • No refund for partly utilized services.
  • Due to any uncontrollable circumstances, i.e. (traffic conditions, vehicle breakdowns, delay by other guests, weather circumstances), if the tour gets delayed or canceled, we will provide alternate options if possible.
  • If in any case the guest does not show up on time and our vehicle departs from the pickup location then we will not arrange for alternative transfer & no refund is provided for the missed tour.

FAQs

  • Is Dubai the capital city of UAE?
A.  Abu Dhabi is the capital city and the largest of all the emirates (states) in the UAE. Dubai though is more famous due to its iconic structures and ever growing tourism industry.
 
  • What is the official language of the UAE?
A.   Arabic is the official language. Nevertheless, the most commonly spoken language in Dubai is English.
 
  •   Is Dubai safe for tourists? 
A.   Dubai is often reputed as a safe destination for an enjoyable holiday in the Middle East. Thanks to its stringent laws and crime-free environment.
 
  • Is it mandatory to have a visa to enter Dubai? 
A.   This depends on your nationality. For instance, visitors from GCC nations including Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Qatar do not require visa. Likewise, people traveling from certain countries like Australia, Austria, United States of America, and UK, among others, are eligible for visa on arrival.
 
  • What is the currency of UAE? 
A.   The local currency of UAE is AED (Arab Emirates Dirhams) that is also simply referred to as Dhs (Dirhams).
 
  • Where could I exchange foreign currency? 
A.   With a number of money exchange counters dotted across the malls, shopping centers and banks. It is not at all a tedious task to exchange currency in Dubai. Moreover, most banks and ATMs accept credit cards.
 
  • What is the religion of Dubai? 
A.   Islamic traditions are followed in Dubai as well as other emirates of the country. That said, Dubai is tolerant to other religions.
 
  • What is the emirate’s dressing etiquette? 
A.   Though it is not mandatory for expat women to cover their body, head and hair as Emirati women do, it is vital for them to cover their body from shoulders to at least knees. For men, Dubai’s etiquette requires them to dress up well and not to put on anything that is extremely short, such as cycling shorts and boxer shorts, in the public.
 
  • How about the weather condition in Dubai? 
A.   Due its location in Arabian Desert, Dubai is usually characterized by hot, humid climate for most part of the year. During summer months, the temperature can go up to 40 to 45 degree Celsius. Alternatively, the winter that runs from November to April is pleasant, refreshing, and salubrious as temperature drops down to 25 degree Celsius or even less, especially in December – January months.
 
  • Is it allowable to consume alcohol in Dubai? 
A.  Dubai’s law strictly forbids the intake of alcohol in public spaces and while driving. However, alcohol consumption is permitted in bars attached to hotels, clubs, restaurants, and private functions.
 
  • What is Dubai’s time zone? 
A.   The time zone of Dubai is GMT/UTC +4 hours.
 
  • Which are the major mobile phone providers in Dubai? 
A.     Du and Etisalat are the major telecommunication service provides in the UAE.
 
  • Which are the major newspapers published in Dubai? 
A.   Significant of the Dubai’s newspapers are Al Khaleej, Gulf News, Emirates Today, Al Bayan, Emarat Business Review, The National Times, and Arabian Business.
 
  • Who is the ruler of Dubai? 
A.   His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the Dubai’s ruler and UAE’s prime minister as well as vice president. He ascended to power following the death of His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum in 2006.
 
  • How to get around in Dubai?
A. Public transport means, managed by the RTA (Roads & Transport Authority), is perhaps the best way to move around in Dubai. These include public buses with inter-emirate services, taxis, and metro rail network comprising red and green lines.

Tour Inclusions

  • Transfer in a 4x4 vehicle with guide
  • Guided buggy run as per option selected 
  • Dune Bashing (15 Min)
  • Sandboarding
  • Camel ride (10 Min)
  • Refreshment

Important Information

  • Location Address - Al Aweer Desert camp, Dubai, UAE.
  • Please carry a valid Id/Passport along with you during the activity.
  • Please Wear Casual/Sports Comfortable Clothing (Trainers, Shorts, T-shirt)
  • Pregnant women or people suffering from backache are not recommended for this tour.
  • The minimum age for anyone to sit as a passenger is must be 6 years old.
  • There will be no refund for partly utilized services.
  • No heavy luggage is allowed to be carried during this activity.
  • The activity is subject to availability

Itenarary Description

  • Experience the most thrilling desert adventures with a well-maintained dune buggy. (Duration will depend on your chosen option)

Useful Information

  • Seating arrangement for all transfers are as per the availability & our tour manager allows it.
  • The pick up/drop off timing can be modified as per the trip schedule. This also may change depending on traffic conditions and your location.
  • Some of the mentioned inclusions may remain closed on weekends or specific days as per the government norms for which we do not hold the responsibility.
  • The actual transfer timing may vary up to 30/60 minutes to the time listed on the website.
  • Summer clothing is suitable for most of the year, but sweaters or jackets may be needed for the winter months.
  • We recommend carrying sunglasses, hats and sun protection cream.
  • Private Transport can be organized on request for all tours.
  • Leaving off your personal belongings like Media equipment, wallets or any other valuable items in our vehicles or tour sites is solely at your responsibility. Our drivers and tour guides will not be responsible for it.
  • No strollers allowed inside the vehicles without prior information so please inform us at the time of making the reservation.
  • An adult must accompany children from 3 to 12 years in the water in any of the water activities
  • On Islamic occasions and National holidays, the tour will not serve alcohol, and there will be no live entertainment.
  • Please read carefully and understand the contents of the Tour Brochure/itinerary, the 'Terms and Conditions,' Price Grid and such other documents as may be applicable, as all these will form part of your contract with us once you affect the booking.
  • Photography of UAE residence especially ladies, military institutions, government buildings, and installations, is strictly prohibited.
  • Littering is a punishable offense and offenders may face penalties in the form of fines.
  • Smoking inside public areas is not allowed.
  • Some tours require your original passport or Emirates ID, and we have mentioned this information in the critical notes so please ensure that you read the critical information, we will not be responsible if you miss any tour where your passport or ID is mandatory.
  • We reserve the rights to charge 100% No show charges if the guest is not turning up on time for the pickup.
  • No refund for partly utilized services.
  • Due to any uncontrollable circumstances, i.e. (traffic conditions, vehicle breakdowns, delay by other guests, weather circumstances), if the tour gets delayed or canceled, we will provide alternate options if possible.
  • If in any case the guest does not show up on time and our vehicle departs from the pickup location then we will not arrange for alternative transfer & no refund is provided for the missed tour.

FAQs

  • Is Dubai the capital city of UAE?
A.  Abu Dhabi is the capital city and the largest of all the emirates (states) in the UAE. Dubai though is more famous due to its iconic structures and ever growing tourism industry.
 
  • What is the official language of the UAE?
A.   Arabic is the official language. Nevertheless, the most commonly spoken language in Dubai is English.
 
  •   Is Dubai safe for tourists? 
A.   Dubai is often reputed as a safe destination for an enjoyable holiday in the Middle East. Thanks to its stringent laws and crime-free environment.
 
  • Is it mandatory to have a visa to enter Dubai? 
A.   This depends on your nationality. For instance, visitors from GCC nations including Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Qatar do not require visa. Likewise, people traveling from certain countries like Australia, Austria, United States of America, and UK, among others, are eligible for visa on arrival.
 
  • What is the currency of UAE? 
A.   The local currency of UAE is AED (Arab Emirates Dirhams) that is also simply referred to as Dhs (Dirhams).
 
  • Where could I exchange foreign currency? 
A.   With a number of money exchange counters dotted across the malls, shopping centers and banks. It is not at all a tedious task to exchange currency in Dubai. Moreover, most banks and ATMs accept credit cards.
 
  • What is the religion of Dubai? 
A.   Islamic traditions are followed in Dubai as well as other emirates of the country. That said, Dubai is tolerant to other religions.
 
  • What is the emirate’s dressing etiquette? 
A.   Though it is not mandatory for expat women to cover their body, head and hair as Emirati women do, it is vital for them to cover their body from shoulders to at least knees. For men, Dubai’s etiquette requires them to dress up well and not to put on anything that is extremely short, such as cycling shorts and boxer shorts, in the public.
 
  • How about the weather condition in Dubai? 
A.   Due its location in Arabian Desert, Dubai is usually characterized by hot, humid climate for most part of the year. During summer months, the temperature can go up to 40 to 45 degree Celsius. Alternatively, the winter that runs from November to April is pleasant, refreshing, and salubrious as temperature drops down to 25 degree Celsius or even less, especially in December – January months.
 
  • Is it allowable to consume alcohol in Dubai? 
A.  Dubai’s law strictly forbids the intake of alcohol in public spaces and while driving. However, alcohol consumption is permitted in bars attached to hotels, clubs, restaurants, and private functions.
 
  • What is Dubai’s time zone? 
A.   The time zone of Dubai is GMT/UTC +4 hours.
 
  • Which are the major mobile phone providers in Dubai? 
A.     Du and Etisalat are the major telecommunication service provides in the UAE.
 
  • Which are the major newspapers published in Dubai? 
A.   Significant of the Dubai’s newspapers are Al Khaleej, Gulf News, Emirates Today, Al Bayan, Emarat Business Review, The National Times, and Arabian Business.
 
  • Who is the ruler of Dubai? 
A.   His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the Dubai’s ruler and UAE’s prime minister as well as vice president. He ascended to power following the death of His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum in 2006.
 
  • How to get around in Dubai?
A. Public transport means, managed by the RTA (Roads & Transport Authority), is perhaps the best way to move around in Dubai. These include public buses with inter-emirate services, taxis, and metro rail network comprising red and green lines.

Tour Inclusions

  • Transfer in a 4x4 vehicle with guide
  • Guided buggy run as per option selected 
  • Dune Bashing (15 Min)
  • Sandboarding
  • Camel ride (10 Min)
  • Refreshment

Important Information

  • Please carry a valid Id/Passport along with you during the activity.
  • Please Wear Casual/Sports Comfortable Clothing (Trainers, Shorts, T-shirt)
  • Pregnant women or people suffering from backache are not recommended for this tour.
  • The minimum age for anyone to sit as a passenger is must be 6 years old.
  • There will be no refund for partly utilized services.
  • No heavy luggage is allowed to be carried during this activity.
  • Helmets are compulsory and must be worn by every client during the tour
  • All guest will be asked to sign an indemnity form before the tour
  • All guest have to follow the instructions explained by the guide for the duration of the tour
  • Should guest fail to adhere to the rules, their tour will be cancelled without refund
  • The activity is subject to availability

Age Restrictions: 

  • Minimum driving age for buggies is 20 years.
  • The minimum passenger age for any vehicle is 6 years.
  • Guest need to carry valid driving license issued from his/her home country
  • The physical license must be presented

Itenarary Description

  • Experience the most thrilling desert adventures with a well-maintained dune buggy. (Duration will depend on your chosen option)

Useful Information

  • Seating arrangement for all transfers are as per the availability & our tour manager allows it.
  • The pick up/drop off timing can be modified as per the trip schedule. This also may change depending on traffic conditions and your location.
  • Some of the mentioned inclusions may remain closed on weekends or specific days as per the government norms for which we do not hold the responsibility.
  • The actual transfer timing may vary up to 30/60 minutes to the time listed on the website.
  • Summer clothing is suitable for most of the year, but sweaters or jackets may be needed for the winter months.
  • We recommend carrying sunglasses, hats and sun protection cream.
  • Private Transport can be organized on request for all tours.
  • Leaving off your personal belongings like Media equipment, wallets or any other valuable items in our vehicles or tour sites is solely at your responsibility. Our drivers and tour guides will not be responsible for it.
  • No strollers allowed inside the vehicles without prior information so please inform us at the time of making the reservation.
  • An adult must accompany children from 3 to 12 years in the water in any of the water activities
  • On Islamic occasions and National holidays, the tour will not serve alcohol, and there will be no live entertainment.
  • Please read carefully and understand the contents of the Tour Brochure/itinerary, the 'Terms and Conditions,' Price Grid and such other documents as may be applicable, as all these will form part of your contract with us once you affect the booking.
  • Photography of UAE residence especially ladies, military institutions, government buildings, and installations, is strictly prohibited.
  • Littering is a punishable offense and offenders may face penalties in the form of fines.
  • Smoking inside public areas is not allowed.
  • Some tours require your original passport or Emirates ID, and we have mentioned this information in the critical notes so please ensure that you read the critical information, we will not be responsible if you miss any tour where your passport or ID is mandatory.
  • We reserve the rights to charge 100% No show charges if the guest is not turning up on time for the pickup.
  • No refund for partly utilized services.
  • Due to any uncontrollable circumstances, i.e. (traffic conditions, vehicle breakdowns, delay by other guests, weather circumstances), if the tour gets delayed or canceled, we will provide alternate options if possible.
  • If in any case the guest does not show up on time and our vehicle departs from the pickup location then we will not arrange for alternative transfer & no refund is provided for the missed tour.

FAQs

  • Is Dubai the capital city of UAE?
A.  Abu Dhabi is the capital city and the largest of all the emirates (states) in the UAE. Dubai though is more famous due to its iconic structures and ever growing tourism industry.
 
  • What is the official language of the UAE?
A.   Arabic is the official language. Nevertheless, the most commonly spoken language in Dubai is English.
 
  •   Is Dubai safe for tourists? 
A.   Dubai is often reputed as a safe destination for an enjoyable holiday in the Middle East. Thanks to its stringent laws and crime-free environment.
 
  • Is it mandatory to have a visa to enter Dubai? 
A.   This depends on your nationality. For instance, visitors from GCC nations including Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Qatar do not require visa. Likewise, people traveling from certain countries like Australia, Austria, United States of America, and UK, among others, are eligible for visa on arrival.
 
  • What is the currency of UAE? 
A.   The local currency of UAE is AED (Arab Emirates Dirhams) that is also simply referred to as Dhs (Dirhams).
 
  • Where could I exchange foreign currency? 
A.   With a number of money exchange counters dotted across the malls, shopping centers and banks. It is not at all a tedious task to exchange currency in Dubai. Moreover, most banks and ATMs accept credit cards.
 
  • What is the religion of Dubai? 
A.   Islamic traditions are followed in Dubai as well as other emirates of the country. That said, Dubai is tolerant to other religions.
 
  • What is the emirate’s dressing etiquette? 
A.   Though it is not mandatory for expat women to cover their body, head and hair as Emirati women do, it is vital for them to cover their body from shoulders to at least knees. For men, Dubai’s etiquette requires them to dress up well and not to put on anything that is extremely short, such as cycling shorts and boxer shorts, in the public.
 
  • How about the weather condition in Dubai? 
A.   Due its location in Arabian Desert, Dubai is usually characterized by hot, humid climate for most part of the year. During summer months, the temperature can go up to 40 to 45 degree Celsius. Alternatively, the winter that runs from November to April is pleasant, refreshing, and salubrious as temperature drops down to 25 degree Celsius or even less, especially in December – January months.
 
  • Is it allowable to consume alcohol in Dubai? 
A.  Dubai’s law strictly forbids the intake of alcohol in public spaces and while driving. However, alcohol consumption is permitted in bars attached to hotels, clubs, restaurants, and private functions.
 
  • What is Dubai’s time zone? 
A.   The time zone of Dubai is GMT/UTC +4 hours.
 
  • Which are the major mobile phone providers in Dubai? 
A.     Du and Etisalat are the major telecommunication service provides in the UAE.
 
  • Which are the major newspapers published in Dubai? 
A.   Significant of the Dubai’s newspapers are Al Khaleej, Gulf News, Emirates Today, Al Bayan, Emarat Business Review, The National Times, and Arabian Business.
 
  • Who is the ruler of Dubai? 
A.   His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the Dubai’s ruler and UAE’s prime minister as well as vice president. He ascended to power following the death of His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum in 2006.
 
  • How to get around in Dubai?
A. Public transport means, managed by the RTA (Roads & Transport Authority), is perhaps the best way to move around in Dubai. These include public buses with inter-emirate services, taxis, and metro rail network comprising red and green lines.

Tour Inclusions

  • Transfer in a 4x4 vehicle with guide
  • Guided buggy run as per option selected 
  • Dune Bashing (15 Min)
  • Sandboarding
  • Camel ride (10 Min)
  • Refreshment

Important Information

  • Please carry a valid Id/Passport along with you during the activity.
  • Please Wear Casual/Sports Comfortable Clothing (Trainers, Shorts, T-shirt)
  • Pregnant women or people suffering from backache are not recommended for this tour.
  • The minimum age for anyone to sit as a passenger is must be 6 years old.
  • There will be no refund for partly utilized services.
  • No heavy luggage is allowed to be carried during this activity.
  • Helmets are compulsory and must be worn by every client during the tour
  • All guest will be asked to sign an indemnity form before the tour
  • All guest have to follow the instructions explained by the guide for the duration of the tour
  • Should guest fail to adhere to the rules, their tour will be cancelled without refund
  • The activity is subject to availability

Age Restrictions: 

  • Minimum driving age for buggies is 20 years.
  • The minimum passenger age for any vehicle is 6 years.
  • Guest need to carry valid driving license issued from his/her home country
  • The physical license must be presented

Itenarary Description

  • Experience the most thrilling desert adventures with a well-maintained dune buggy. (Duration will depend on your chosen option)

Useful Information

  • Seating arrangement for all transfers are as per the availability & our tour manager allows it.
  • The pick up/drop off timing can be modified as per the trip schedule. This also may change depending on traffic conditions and your location.
  • Some of the mentioned inclusions may remain closed on weekends or specific days as per the government norms for which we do not hold the responsibility.
  • The actual transfer timing may vary up to 30/60 minutes to the time listed on the website.
  • Summer clothing is suitable for most of the year, but sweaters or jackets may be needed for the winter months.
  • We recommend carrying sunglasses, hats and sun protection cream.
  • Private Transport can be organized on request for all tours.
  • Leaving off your personal belongings like Media equipment, wallets or any other valuable items in our vehicles or tour sites is solely at your responsibility. Our drivers and tour guides will not be responsible for it.
  • No strollers allowed inside the vehicles without prior information so please inform us at the time of making the reservation.
  • An adult must accompany children from 3 to 12 years in the water in any of the water activities
  • On Islamic occasions and National holidays, the tour will not serve alcohol, and there will be no live entertainment.
  • Please read carefully and understand the contents of the Tour Brochure/itinerary, the 'Terms and Conditions,' Price Grid and such other documents as may be applicable, as all these will form part of your contract with us once you affect the booking.
  • Photography of UAE residence especially ladies, military institutions, government buildings, and installations, is strictly prohibited.
  • Littering is a punishable offense and offenders may face penalties in the form of fines.
  • Smoking inside public areas is not allowed.
  • Some tours require your original passport or Emirates ID, and we have mentioned this information in the critical notes so please ensure that you read the critical information, we will not be responsible if you miss any tour where your passport or ID is mandatory.
  • We reserve the rights to charge 100% No show charges if the guest is not turning up on time for the pickup.
  • No refund for partly utilized services.
  • Due to any uncontrollable circumstances, i.e. (traffic conditions, vehicle breakdowns, delay by other guests, weather circumstances), if the tour gets delayed or canceled, we will provide alternate options if possible.
  • If in any case the guest does not show up on time and our vehicle departs from the pickup location then we will not arrange for alternative transfer & no refund is provided for the missed tour.

FAQs

  • Is Dubai the capital city of UAE?
A.  Abu Dhabi is the capital city and the largest of all the emirates (states) in the UAE. Dubai though is more famous due to its iconic structures and ever growing tourism industry.
 
  • What is the official language of the UAE?
A.   Arabic is the official language. Nevertheless, the most commonly spoken language in Dubai is English.
 
  •   Is Dubai safe for tourists? 
A.   Dubai is often reputed as a safe destination for an enjoyable holiday in the Middle East. Thanks to its stringent laws and crime-free environment.
 
  • Is it mandatory to have a visa to enter Dubai? 
A.   This depends on your nationality. For instance, visitors from GCC nations including Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Qatar do not require visa. Likewise, people traveling from certain countries like Australia, Austria, United States of America, and UK, among others, are eligible for visa on arrival.
 
  • What is the currency of UAE? 
A.   The local currency of UAE is AED (Arab Emirates Dirhams) that is also simply referred to as Dhs (Dirhams).
 
  • Where could I exchange foreign currency? 
A.   With a number of money exchange counters dotted across the malls, shopping centers and banks. It is not at all a tedious task to exchange currency in Dubai. Moreover, most banks and ATMs accept credit cards.
 
  • What is the religion of Dubai? 
A.   Islamic traditions are followed in Dubai as well as other emirates of the country. That said, Dubai is tolerant to other religions.
 
  • What is the emirate’s dressing etiquette? 
A.   Though it is not mandatory for expat women to cover their body, head and hair as Emirati women do, it is vital for them to cover their body from shoulders to at least knees. For men, Dubai’s etiquette requires them to dress up well and not to put on anything that is extremely short, such as cycling shorts and boxer shorts, in the public.
 
  • How about the weather condition in Dubai? 
A.   Due its location in Arabian Desert, Dubai is usually characterized by hot, humid climate for most part of the year. During summer months, the temperature can go up to 40 to 45 degree Celsius. Alternatively, the winter that runs from November to April is pleasant, refreshing, and salubrious as temperature drops down to 25 degree Celsius or even less, especially in December – January months.
 
  • Is it allowable to consume alcohol in Dubai? 
A.  Dubai’s law strictly forbids the intake of alcohol in public spaces and while driving. However, alcohol consumption is permitted in bars attached to hotels, clubs, restaurants, and private functions.
 
  • What is Dubai’s time zone? 
A.   The time zone of Dubai is GMT/UTC +4 hours.
 
  • Which are the major mobile phone providers in Dubai? 
A.     Du and Etisalat are the major telecommunication service provides in the UAE.
 
  • Which are the major newspapers published in Dubai? 
A.   Significant of the Dubai’s newspapers are Al Khaleej, Gulf News, Emirates Today, Al Bayan, Emarat Business Review, The National Times, and Arabian Business.
 
  • Who is the ruler of Dubai? 
A.   His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the Dubai’s ruler and UAE’s prime minister as well as vice president. He ascended to power following the death of His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum in 2006.
 
  • How to get around in Dubai?
A. Public transport means, managed by the RTA (Roads & Transport Authority), is perhaps the best way to move around in Dubai. These include public buses with inter-emirate services, taxis, and metro rail network comprising red and green lines.

Tour Inclusions

  • Transfer in a 4x4 vehicle with guide
  • Guided buggy run as per option selected 
  • Dune Bashing (15 Min)
  • Sandboarding
  • Camel ride (10 Min)
  • Refreshment

Important Information

  • Please carry a valid Id/Passport along with you during the activity.
  • Please Wear Casual/Sports Comfortable Clothing (Trainers, Shorts, T-shirt)
  • Pregnant women or people suffering from backache are not recommended for this tour.
  • The minimum age for anyone to sit as a passenger is must be 6 years old.
  • There will be no refund for partly utilized services.
  • No heavy luggage is allowed to be carried during this activity.
  • Helmets are compulsory and must be worn by every client during the tour
  • All guest will be asked to sign an indemnity form before the tour
  • All guest have to follow the instructions explained by the guide for the duration of the tour
  • Should guest fail to adhere to the rules, their tour will be cancelled without refund
  • The activity is subject to availability

Age Restrictions: 

  • Minimum driving age for buggies is 20 years.
  • The minimum passenger age for any vehicle is 6 years.
  • Guest need to carry valid driving license issued from his/her home country
  • The physical license must be presented

Itenarary Description

  • Experience the most thrilling desert adventures with a well-maintained dune buggy. (Duration will depend on your chosen option)

Useful Information

  • Seating arrangement for all transfers are as per the availability & our tour manager allows it.
  • The pick up/drop off timing can be modified as per the trip schedule. This also may change depending on traffic conditions and your location.
  • Some of the mentioned inclusions may remain closed on weekends or specific days as per the government norms for which we do not hold the responsibility.
  • The actual transfer timing may vary up to 30/60 minutes to the time listed on the website.
  • Summer clothing is suitable for most of the year, but sweaters or jackets may be needed for the winter months.
  • We recommend carrying sunglasses, hats and sun protection cream.
  • Private Transport can be organized on request for all tours.
  • Leaving off your personal belongings like Media equipment, wallets or any other valuable items in our vehicles or tour sites is solely at your responsibility. Our drivers and tour guides will not be responsible for it.
  • No strollers allowed inside the vehicles without prior information so please inform us at the time of making the reservation.
  • An adult must accompany children from 3 to 12 years in the water in any of the water activities
  • On Islamic occasions and National holidays, the tour will not serve alcohol, and there will be no live entertainment.
  • Please read carefully and understand the contents of the Tour Brochure/itinerary, the 'Terms and Conditions,' Price Grid and such other documents as may be applicable, as all these will form part of your contract with us once you affect the booking.
  • Photography of UAE residence especially ladies, military institutions, government buildings, and installations, is strictly prohibited.
  • Littering is a punishable offense and offenders may face penalties in the form of fines.
  • Smoking inside public areas is not allowed.
  • Some tours require your original passport or Emirates ID, and we have mentioned this information in the critical notes so please ensure that you read the critical information, we will not be responsible if you miss any tour where your passport or ID is mandatory.
  • We reserve the rights to charge 100% No show charges if the guest is not turning up on time for the pickup.
  • No refund for partly utilized services.
  • Due to any uncontrollable circumstances, i.e. (traffic conditions, vehicle breakdowns, delay by other guests, weather circumstances), if the tour gets delayed or canceled, we will provide alternate options if possible.
  • If in any case the guest does not show up on time and our vehicle departs from the pickup location then we will not arrange for alternative transfer & no refund is provided for the missed tour.

FAQs

  • Is Dubai the capital city of UAE?
A.  Abu Dhabi is the capital city and the largest of all the emirates (states) in the UAE. Dubai though is more famous due to its iconic structures and ever growing tourism industry.
 
  • What is the official language of the UAE?
A.   Arabic is the official language. Nevertheless, the most commonly spoken language in Dubai is English.
 
  •   Is Dubai safe for tourists? 
A.   Dubai is often reputed as a safe destination for an enjoyable holiday in the Middle East. Thanks to its stringent laws and crime-free environment.
 
  • Is it mandatory to have a visa to enter Dubai? 
A.   This depends on your nationality. For instance, visitors from GCC nations including Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Qatar do not require visa. Likewise, people traveling from certain countries like Australia, Austria, United States of America, and UK, among others, are eligible for visa on arrival.
 
  • What is the currency of UAE? 
A.   The local currency of UAE is AED (Arab Emirates Dirhams) that is also simply referred to as Dhs (Dirhams).
 
  • Where could I exchange foreign currency? 
A.   With a number of money exchange counters dotted across the malls, shopping centers and banks. It is not at all a tedious task to exchange currency in Dubai. Moreover, most banks and ATMs accept credit cards.
 
  • What is the religion of Dubai? 
A.   Islamic traditions are followed in Dubai as well as other emirates of the country. That said, Dubai is tolerant to other religions.
 
  • What is the emirate’s dressing etiquette? 
A.   Though it is not mandatory for expat women to cover their body, head and hair as Emirati women do, it is vital for them to cover their body from shoulders to at least knees. For men, Dubai’s etiquette requires them to dress up well and not to put on anything that is extremely short, such as cycling shorts and boxer shorts, in the public.
 
  • How about the weather condition in Dubai? 
A.   Due its location in Arabian Desert, Dubai is usually characterized by hot, humid climate for most part of the year. During summer months, the temperature can go up to 40 to 45 degree Celsius. Alternatively, the winter that runs from November to April is pleasant, refreshing, and salubrious as temperature drops down to 25 degree Celsius or even less, especially in December – January months.
 
  • Is it allowable to consume alcohol in Dubai? 
A.  Dubai’s law strictly forbids the intake of alcohol in public spaces and while driving. However, alcohol consumption is permitted in bars attached to hotels, clubs, restaurants, and private functions.
 
  • What is Dubai’s time zone? 
A.   The time zone of Dubai is GMT/UTC +4 hours.
 
  • Which are the major mobile phone providers in Dubai? 
A.     Du and Etisalat are the major telecommunication service provides in the UAE.
 
  • Which are the major newspapers published in Dubai? 
A.   Significant of the Dubai’s newspapers are Al Khaleej, Gulf News, Emirates Today, Al Bayan, Emarat Business Review, The National Times, and Arabian Business.
 
  • Who is the ruler of Dubai? 
A.   His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the Dubai’s ruler and UAE’s prime minister as well as vice president. He ascended to power following the death of His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum in 2006.
 
  • How to get around in Dubai?
A. Public transport means, managed by the RTA (Roads & Transport Authority), is perhaps the best way to move around in Dubai. These include public buses with inter-emirate services, taxis, and metro rail network comprising red and green lines.

Tour Inclusions

  • Transfer in a 4x4 vehicle with guide
  • Guided buggy run as per option selected 
  • Dune Bashing (15 Min)
  • Sandboarding
  • Camel ride (10 Min)
  • Refreshment

Important Information

  • Please carry a valid Id/Passport along with you during the activity.
  • Please Wear Casual/Sports Comfortable Clothing (Trainers, Shorts, T-shirt)
  • Pregnant women or people suffering from backache are not recommended for this tour.
  • The minimum age for anyone to sit as a passenger is must be 6 years old.
  • There will be no refund for partly utilized services.
  • No heavy luggage is allowed to be carried during this activity.
  • Helmets are compulsory and must be worn by every client during the tour
  • All guest will be asked to sign an indemnity form before the tour
  • All guest have to follow the instructions explained by the guide for the duration of the tour
  • Should guest fail to adhere to the rules, their tour will be cancelled without refund
  • The activity is subject to availability

Age Restrictions: 

  • Minimum driving age for buggies is 20 years.
  • The minimum passenger age for any vehicle is 6 years.
  • Guest need to carry valid driving license issued from his/her home country
  • The physical license must be presented

Itenarary Description

  • Experience the most thrilling desert adventures with a well-maintained dune buggy. (Duration will depend on your chosen option)

Useful Information

  • Seating arrangement for all transfers are as per the availability & our tour manager allows it.
  • The pick up/drop off timing can be modified as per the trip schedule. This also may change depending on traffic conditions and your location.
  • Some of the mentioned inclusions may remain closed on weekends or specific days as per the government norms for which we do not hold the responsibility.
  • The actual transfer timing may vary up to 30/60 minutes to the time listed on the website.
  • Summer clothing is suitable for most of the year, but sweaters or jackets may be needed for the winter months.
  • We recommend carrying sunglasses, hats and sun protection cream.
  • Private Transport can be organized on request for all tours.
  • Leaving off your personal belongings like Media equipment, wallets or any other valuable items in our vehicles or tour sites is solely at your responsibility. Our drivers and tour guides will not be responsible for it.
  • No strollers allowed inside the vehicles without prior information so please inform us at the time of making the reservation.
  • An adult must accompany children from 3 to 12 years in the water in any of the water activities
  • On Islamic occasions and National holidays, the tour will not serve alcohol, and there will be no live entertainment.
  • Please read carefully and understand the contents of the Tour Brochure/itinerary, the 'Terms and Conditions,' Price Grid and such other documents as may be applicable, as all these will form part of your contract with us once you affect the booking.
  • Photography of UAE residence especially ladies, military institutions, government buildings, and installations, is strictly prohibited.
  • Littering is a punishable offense and offenders may face penalties in the form of fines.
  • Smoking inside public areas is not allowed.
  • Some tours require your original passport or Emirates ID, and we have mentioned this information in the critical notes so please ensure that you read the critical information, we will not be responsible if you miss any tour where your passport or ID is mandatory.
  • We reserve the rights to charge 100% No show charges if the guest is not turning up on time for the pickup.
  • No refund for partly utilized services.
  • Due to any uncontrollable circumstances, i.e. (traffic conditions, vehicle breakdowns, delay by other guests, weather circumstances), if the tour gets delayed or canceled, we will provide alternate options if possible.
  • If in any case the guest does not show up on time and our vehicle departs from the pickup location then we will not arrange for alternative transfer & no refund is provided for the missed tour.

FAQs

  • Is Dubai the capital city of UAE?
A.  Abu Dhabi is the capital city and the largest of all the emirates (states) in the UAE. Dubai though is more famous due to its iconic structures and ever growing tourism industry.
 
  • What is the official language of the UAE?
A.   Arabic is the official language. Nevertheless, the most commonly spoken language in Dubai is English.
 
  •   Is Dubai safe for tourists? 
A.   Dubai is often reputed as a safe destination for an enjoyable holiday in the Middle East. Thanks to its stringent laws and crime-free environment.
 
  • Is it mandatory to have a visa to enter Dubai? 
A.   This depends on your nationality. For instance, visitors from GCC nations including Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Qatar do not require visa. Likewise, people traveling from certain countries like Australia, Austria, United States of America, and UK, among others, are eligible for visa on arrival.
 
  • What is the currency of UAE? 
A.   The local currency of UAE is AED (Arab Emirates Dirhams) that is also simply referred to as Dhs (Dirhams).
 
  • Where could I exchange foreign currency? 
A.   With a number of money exchange counters dotted across the malls, shopping centers and banks. It is not at all a tedious task to exchange currency in Dubai. Moreover, most banks and ATMs accept credit cards.
 
  • What is the religion of Dubai? 
A.   Islamic traditions are followed in Dubai as well as other emirates of the country. That said, Dubai is tolerant to other religions.
 
  • What is the emirate’s dressing etiquette? 
A.   Though it is not mandatory for expat women to cover their body, head and hair as Emirati women do, it is vital for them to cover their body from shoulders to at least knees. For men, Dubai’s etiquette requires them to dress up well and not to put on anything that is extremely short, such as cycling shorts and boxer shorts, in the public.
 
  • How about the weather condition in Dubai? 
A.   Due its location in Arabian Desert, Dubai is usually characterized by hot, humid climate for most part of the year. During summer months, the temperature can go up to 40 to 45 degree Celsius. Alternatively, the winter that runs from November to April is pleasant, refreshing, and salubrious as temperature drops down to 25 degree Celsius or even less, especially in December – January months.
 
  • Is it allowable to consume alcohol in Dubai? 
A.  Dubai’s law strictly forbids the intake of alcohol in public spaces and while driving. However, alcohol consumption is permitted in bars attached to hotels, clubs, restaurants, and private functions.
 
  • What is Dubai’s time zone? 
A.   The time zone of Dubai is GMT/UTC +4 hours.
 
  • Which are the major mobile phone providers in Dubai? 
A.     Du and Etisalat are the major telecommunication service provides in the UAE.
 
  • Which are the major newspapers published in Dubai? 
A.   Significant of the Dubai’s newspapers are Al Khaleej, Gulf News, Emirates Today, Al Bayan, Emarat Business Review, The National Times, and Arabian Business.
 
  • Who is the ruler of Dubai? 
A.   His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the Dubai’s ruler and UAE’s prime minister as well as vice president. He ascended to power following the death of His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum in 2006.
 
  • How to get around in Dubai?
A. Public transport means, managed by the RTA (Roads & Transport Authority), is perhaps the best way to move around in Dubai. These include public buses with inter-emirate services, taxis, and metro rail network comprising red and green lines.

Tour Inclusions

  • Transfer in a 4x4 vehicle with guide
  • Guided buggy run as per option selected 
  • Dune Bashing (15 Min)
  • Sandboarding
  • Camel ride (10 Min)
  • Refreshment

Important Information

  • Please carry a valid Id/Passport along with you during the activity.
  • Please Wear Casual/Sports Comfortable Clothing (Trainers, Shorts, T-shirt)
  • Pregnant women or people suffering from backache are not recommended for this tour.
  • The minimum age for anyone to sit as a passenger is must be 6 years old.
  • There will be no refund for partly utilized services.
  • No heavy luggage is allowed to be carried during this activity.
  • Helmets are compulsory and must be worn by every client during the tour
  • All guest will be asked to sign an indemnity form before the tour
  • All guest have to follow the instructions explained by the guide for the duration of the tour
  • Should guest fail to adhere to the rules, their tour will be cancelled without refund
  • The activity is subject to availability

Age Restrictions: 

  • Minimum driving age for buggies is 20 years.
  • The minimum passenger age for any vehicle is 6 years.
  • Guest need to carry valid driving license issued from his/her home country
  • The physical license must be presented

Itenarary Description

  • Experience the most thrilling desert adventures with a well-maintained dune buggy. (Duration will depend on your chosen option)

Useful Information

  • Seating arrangement for all transfers are as per the availability & our tour manager allows it.
  • The pick up/drop off timing can be modified as per the trip schedule. This also may change depending on traffic conditions and your location.
  • Some of the mentioned inclusions may remain closed on weekends or specific days as per the government norms for which we do not hold the responsibility.
  • The actual transfer timing may vary up to 30/60 minutes to the time listed on the website.
  • Summer clothing is suitable for most of the year, but sweaters or jackets may be needed for the winter months.
  • We recommend carrying sunglasses, hats and sun protection cream.
  • Private Transport can be organized on request for all tours.
  • Leaving off your personal belongings like Media equipment, wallets or any other valuable items in our vehicles or tour sites is solely at your responsibility. Our drivers and tour guides will not be responsible for it.
  • No strollers allowed inside the vehicles without prior information so please inform us at the time of making the reservation.
  • An adult must accompany children from 3 to 12 years in the water in any of the water activities
  • On Islamic occasions and National holidays, the tour will not serve alcohol, and there will be no live entertainment.
  • Please read carefully and understand the contents of the Tour Brochure/itinerary, the 'Terms and Conditions,' Price Grid and such other documents as may be applicable, as all these will form part of your contract with us once you affect the booking.
  • Photography of UAE residence especially ladies, military institutions, government buildings, and installations, is strictly prohibited.
  • Littering is a punishable offense and offenders may face penalties in the form of fines.
  • Smoking inside public areas is not allowed.
  • Some tours require your original passport or Emirates ID, and we have mentioned this information in the critical notes so please ensure that you read the critical information, we will not be responsible if you miss any tour where your passport or ID is mandatory.
  • We reserve the rights to charge 100% No show charges if the guest is not turning up on time for the pickup.
  • No refund for partly utilized services.
  • Due to any uncontrollable circumstances, i.e. (traffic conditions, vehicle breakdowns, delay by other guests, weather circumstances), if the tour gets delayed or canceled, we will provide alternate options if possible.
  • If in any case the guest does not show up on time and our vehicle departs from the pickup location then we will not arrange for alternative transfer & no refund is provided for the missed tour.

FAQs

  • Is Dubai the capital city of UAE?
A.  Abu Dhabi is the capital city and the largest of all the emirates (states) in the UAE. Dubai though is more famous due to its iconic structures and ever growing tourism industry.
 
  • What is the official language of the UAE?
A.   Arabic is the official language. Nevertheless, the most commonly spoken language in Dubai is English.
 
  •   Is Dubai safe for tourists? 
A.   Dubai is often reputed as a safe destination for an enjoyable holiday in the Middle East. Thanks to its stringent laws and crime-free environment.
 
  • Is it mandatory to have a visa to enter Dubai? 
A.   This depends on your nationality. For instance, visitors from GCC nations including Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Qatar do not require visa. Likewise, people traveling from certain countries like Australia, Austria, United States of America, and UK, among others, are eligible for visa on arrival.
 
  • What is the currency of UAE? 
A.   The local currency of UAE is AED (Arab Emirates Dirhams) that is also simply referred to as Dhs (Dirhams).
 
  • Where could I exchange foreign currency? 
A.   With a number of money exchange counters dotted across the malls, shopping centers and banks. It is not at all a tedious task to exchange currency in Dubai. Moreover, most banks and ATMs accept credit cards.
 
  • What is the religion of Dubai? 
A.   Islamic traditions are followed in Dubai as well as other emirates of the country. That said, Dubai is tolerant to other religions.
 
  • What is the emirate’s dressing etiquette? 
A.   Though it is not mandatory for expat women to cover their body, head and hair as Emirati women do, it is vital for them to cover their body from shoulders to at least knees. For men, Dubai’s etiquette requires them to dress up well and not to put on anything that is extremely short, such as cycling shorts and boxer shorts, in the public.
 
  • How about the weather condition in Dubai? 
A.   Due its location in Arabian Desert, Dubai is usually characterized by hot, humid climate for most part of the year. During summer months, the temperature can go up to 40 to 45 degree Celsius. Alternatively, the winter that runs from November to April is pleasant, refreshing, and salubrious as temperature drops down to 25 degree Celsius or even less, especially in December – January months.
 
  • Is it allowable to consume alcohol in Dubai? 
A.  Dubai’s law strictly forbids the intake of alcohol in public spaces and while driving. However, alcohol consumption is permitted in bars attached to hotels, clubs, restaurants, and private functions.
 
  • What is Dubai’s time zone? 
A.   The time zone of Dubai is GMT/UTC +4 hours.
 
  • Which are the major mobile phone providers in Dubai? 
A.     Du and Etisalat are the major telecommunication service provides in the UAE.
 
  • Which are the major newspapers published in Dubai? 
A.   Significant of the Dubai’s newspapers are Al Khaleej, Gulf News, Emirates Today, Al Bayan, Emarat Business Review, The National Times, and Arabian Business.
 
  • Who is the ruler of Dubai? 
A.   His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the Dubai’s ruler and UAE’s prime minister as well as vice president. He ascended to power following the death of His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum in 2006.
 
  • How to get around in Dubai?
A. Public transport means, managed by the RTA (Roads & Transport Authority), is perhaps the best way to move around in Dubai. These include public buses with inter-emirate services, taxis, and metro rail network comprising red and green lines.

Tour Inclusions

  • Transfer in a 4x4 vehicle with guide
  • Guided buggy run as per option selected 
  • Dune Bashing (15 Min)
  • Sandboarding
  • Camel ride (10 Min)
  • Refreshment

Important Information

  • Please carry a valid Id/Passport along with you during the activity.
  • Please Wear Casual/Sports Comfortable Clothing (Trainers, Shorts, T-shirt)
  • Pregnant women or people suffering from backache are not recommended for this tour.
  • The minimum age for anyone to sit as a passenger is must be 6 years old.
  • There will be no refund for partly utilized services.
  • No heavy luggage is allowed to be carried during this activity.
  • Helmets are compulsory and must be worn by every client during the tour
  • All guest will be asked to sign an indemnity form before the tour
  • All guest have to follow the instructions explained by the guide for the duration of the tour
  • Should guest fail to adhere to the rules, their tour will be cancelled without refund
  • The activity is subject to availability

Age Restrictions: 

  • Minimum driving age for buggies is 20 years.
  • The minimum passenger age for any vehicle is 6 years.
  • Guest need to carry valid driving license issued from his/her home country
  • The physical license must be presented

Itenarary Description

  • Experience the most thrilling desert adventures with a well-maintained dune buggy. (Duration will depend on your chosen option)

Useful Information

  • Seating arrangement for all transfers are as per the availability & our tour manager allows it.
  • The pick up/drop off timing can be modified as per the trip schedule. This also may change depending on traffic conditions and your location.
  • Some of the mentioned inclusions may remain closed on weekends or specific days as per the government norms for which we do not hold the responsibility.
  • The actual transfer timing may vary up to 30/60 minutes to the time listed on the website.
  • Summer clothing is suitable for most of the year, but sweaters or jackets may be needed for the winter months.
  • We recommend carrying sunglasses, hats and sun protection cream.
  • Private Transport can be organized on request for all tours.
  • Leaving off your personal belongings like Media equipment, wallets or any other valuable items in our vehicles or tour sites is solely at your responsibility. Our drivers and tour guides will not be responsible for it.
  • No strollers allowed inside the vehicles without prior information so please inform us at the time of making the reservation.
  • An adult must accompany children from 3 to 12 years in the water in any of the water activities
  • On Islamic occasions and National holidays, the tour will not serve alcohol, and there will be no live entertainment.
  • Please read carefully and understand the contents of the Tour Brochure/itinerary, the 'Terms and Conditions,' Price Grid and such other documents as may be applicable, as all these will form part of your contract with us once you affect the booking.
  • Photography of UAE residence especially ladies, military institutions, government buildings, and installations, is strictly prohibited.
  • Littering is a punishable offense and offenders may face penalties in the form of fines.
  • Smoking inside public areas is not allowed.
  • Some tours require your original passport or Emirates ID, and we have mentioned this information in the critical notes so please ensure that you read the critical information, we will not be responsible if you miss any tour where your passport or ID is mandatory.
  • We reserve the rights to charge 100% No show charges if the guest is not turning up on time for the pickup.
  • No refund for partly utilized services.
  • Due to any uncontrollable circumstances, i.e. (traffic conditions, vehicle breakdowns, delay by other guests, weather circumstances), if the tour gets delayed or canceled, we will provide alternate options if possible.
  • If in any case the guest does not show up on time and our vehicle departs from the pickup location then we will not arrange for alternative transfer & no refund is provided for the missed tour.

FAQs

  • Is Dubai the capital city of UAE?
A.  Abu Dhabi is the capital city and the largest of all the emirates (states) in the UAE. Dubai though is more famous due to its iconic structures and ever growing tourism industry.
 
  • What is the official language of the UAE?
A.   Arabic is the official language. Nevertheless, the most commonly spoken language in Dubai is English.
 
  •   Is Dubai safe for tourists? 
A.   Dubai is often reputed as a safe destination for an enjoyable holiday in the Middle East. Thanks to its stringent laws and crime-free environment.
 
  • Is it mandatory to have a visa to enter Dubai? 
A.   This depends on your nationality. For instance, visitors from GCC nations including Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Qatar do not require visa. Likewise, people traveling from certain countries like Australia, Austria, United States of America, and UK, among others, are eligible for visa on arrival.
 
  • What is the currency of UAE? 
A.   The local currency of UAE is AED (Arab Emirates Dirhams) that is also simply referred to as Dhs (Dirhams).
 
  • Where could I exchange foreign currency? 
A.   With a number of money exchange counters dotted across the malls, shopping centers and banks. It is not at all a tedious task to exchange currency in Dubai. Moreover, most banks and ATMs accept credit cards.
 
  • What is the religion of Dubai? 
A.   Islamic traditions are followed in Dubai as well as other emirates of the country. That said, Dubai is tolerant to other religions.
 
  • What is the emirate’s dressing etiquette? 
A.   Though it is not mandatory for expat women to cover their body, head and hair as Emirati women do, it is vital for them to cover their body from shoulders to at least knees. For men, Dubai’s etiquette requires them to dress up well and not to put on anything that is extremely short, such as cycling shorts and boxer shorts, in the public.
 
  • How about the weather condition in Dubai? 
A.   Due its location in Arabian Desert, Dubai is usually characterized by hot, humid climate for most part of the year. During summer months, the temperature can go up to 40 to 45 degree Celsius. Alternatively, the winter that runs from November to April is pleasant, refreshing, and salubrious as temperature drops down to 25 degree Celsius or even less, especially in December – January months.
 
  • Is it allowable to consume alcohol in Dubai? 
A.  Dubai’s law strictly forbids the intake of alcohol in public spaces and while driving. However, alcohol consumption is permitted in bars attached to hotels, clubs, restaurants, and private functions.
 
  • What is Dubai’s time zone? 
A.   The time zone of Dubai is GMT/UTC +4 hours.
 
  • Which are the major mobile phone providers in Dubai? 
A.     Du and Etisalat are the major telecommunication service provides in the UAE.
 
  • Which are the major newspapers published in Dubai? 
A.   Significant of the Dubai’s newspapers are Al Khaleej, Gulf News, Emirates Today, Al Bayan, Emarat Business Review, The National Times, and Arabian Business.
 
  • Who is the ruler of Dubai? 
A.   His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the Dubai’s ruler and UAE’s prime minister as well as vice president. He ascended to power following the death of His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum in 2006.
 
  • How to get around in Dubai?
A. Public transport means, managed by the RTA (Roads & Transport Authority), is perhaps the best way to move around in Dubai. These include public buses with inter-emirate services, taxis, and metro rail network comprising red and green lines.

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