Covering an area of about 900,000 square miles, the Arabian Desert is the second largest desert on earth. It is surpassed only by the Sahara in northern Africa. The Arabian sand cat is the only cat species known to be living in desert conditions year-round. Although the Arabian Desert’s sand cats are mostly found in the Liwa region, there are some reports that these extraordinary animals were spotted just outside of Dubai’s city recently.
Don’t sweat it, you’ll find most safaris include hotel pick-up and drop-offs via car or van.
Wear comfortable and breathable clothes during the Desert Safari as there will be plenty of dust with soaring desert temperatures. Also, wear sunscreen and carry caps, hats, and sunglasses to beat the desert sun.
There is no age limit to joining Desert Safari in Dubai but if you have small toddlers, you might want to skip Dune Bashing.
Pick-up and drop-off timings are subject to change depending on the morning and evening Desert Safari.
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