General

Highlights:

  • Admire the beautiful scenery of the Red Dunes of Al Hibab
  • Ride through the dunes in a Land Cruiser
  • Drive across the sand dunes to a desert camp
  • Enjoy activities at the desert camp including a camel ride, a delicious BBQ dinner, and an entertaining Tanoura dance show

You will be picked up from the location of your choice by one of the tour representatives and then driven to the Red Dunes of Al Hibab, approximately a 45-minute journey. Here you can admire the majestic appearance of the dunes and the wonderful colors that change throughout the day.

You will then spend an adventurous 20-30 minutes of hard dune bashing. You will then head further across the dunes to reach the desert camp.

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This is a daily tour.

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