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Ras Al Khaimah, Desert Safari, Night Camping & City Sightseeing - Dubai

This tour is designed for the people who have thirst for experiencing the different landscapes of this Arab Emirate Ras Al Khaimah. Here you can gain a lot of Arabic essences rather than Dubai and the Other Emirates of this country.

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  • Duration: 2 Days
  • Easy
  • Electronic voucher
  • Pickup available
Friendly cancellation & refund policy
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Description

Day 1 :  
Desert Safari - Camp name is Bedouin Oasis, The famous stopover for live entertainment and activities in the middle of desert. Desert Dune Bashing, Camel Ride, Refreshments, BBQ Dinner with Live Cooking Stations. Entertainment shows including Belly Dance and Tanourah Dance. Accommodation in the tent also arranged here.
Enjoy a BBQ Dinner with a live cook station. Overnight say at Tented Rooms with Air Condition.


Day 2:

The morning after breakfast check out from Bedouin Oasis Camp. We will proceed for Ras Al Khaimah City Tour Sightseeing.

This 16th-century mud-brick fort, about 20 kilometers north of Ras Al-Khaimah city, was built in a strategic hilltop position facing the gulf to defend the region from attack by the British. As a defensive military tower, the Dhayah Fort played an important role in the history of Ras Al-Khaimah. Other ruined fortifications and watchtowers can be seen to the south of the hill. A battle in 1891 between the emirate and British forces resulted in the destruction of much of the fortifications here. The panoramic views from the fort's ramparts are well worth the trip here, and for anyone interested in history, exploring the fort itself is one of these small emirate's top things to do.

The Ras Al-Khaimah National Museum is in a fort that was the residence of the ruling family up until the early 1960s. The museum houses an excellent collection of archaeological and ethnological artifacts. The Qawasim Room on the first floor is particularly interesting, with a collection of documents, manuscripts, and treaties between the rulers of Ras Al-Khaimah and Great Britain. There are also exhibits of traditional weapons belonging to the ruling family, as well as archaeological displays about the earliest settlers in the area up to the late Islamic period. The museum's ethnographic section introduces traditional life in the emirate, including architecture, pearl diving, date growing, farming, and fishing.


In Ras Al Khaimah city there are two main Corniches: the first one is the old Ras Al Khaimah corniche which is located opposite the Kuwaiti Souq. Here locals enjoy relaxing on the white beach while soaking in the sunset.
Archaeological excavation and restoration work finally came to an end on the Mohammad Bin Salem Mosque.​Excavations revealed the presence of an earlier mosque, dating back to the second half of the 18th century (date as indicated by preliminary analysis of the finds) Historical records indicate a mosque was at this place since the 16th century, but earlier version/s could not be found owing to the confined test trenches. With respect to the later 18th-century mosque, excavations revealed that it was destroyed during the British occupation in 1819/20 and that a new mosque was built on its foundations. It has undergone several renovations and expansion phases up to the present day. During the renovation work, modern additions were removed from the inside and outside and the original architecture, built from coral stone and beach rock, restored and provided with an outer layer of traditional plaster in layer technique.


RAK Mall combines the best in retail with fine dining and entertainment for the entire family. RAK Mall offers an unparalleled experience to residents and visitors to the Emirate.
Frozen in time and coated with a layer of ochre desert sand, Al Jazirat Al Hamra is a hamlet of perfectly-preserved Ras Al Khaimah history. And dust isn’t the only thing covering the town; it’s shrouded in mystery, surrounded by rumors and possibly even haunted by ancient ghosts.


Al Hamra Mall is a 37,000 m2 two-story shopping center set the stunning residential development of Al Hamra Village in Ras Al Khaimah, offering a perfect blend of shopping, entertainment, dining, and recreational options. Al Hamra Mall houses a wide range of stores and services catering to its international customers, synchronizing perfectly with the demands and wishes of the multicultural population in the UAE.

Itinerary

Desert Experience at Ras Al Khaimah With Overnight Camping @ Bedouin Oasis

Desert Saffari - Camp name is Bedouin Oasis, The famous stopover for live entertainment and activities in the middle of desert. Desert Dune Bashing, Camel Ride, Refreshments, BBQ Dinner with Live Cooking Stations. Entertainment shows including Belly Dance and Tanourah Dance. Accommodation in the tent also arranged here.

BBQ Dinner with live cook station.

Overnight say at Tented Rooms with Air Condition.

Morning after breakfast check out from Bedouin Oasis Camp. Will proceed for Ras Al Khaimah City Tour Sightseeing

This 16th-century mud-brick fort, about 20 kilometers north of Ras Al-Khaimah city, was built in a strategic hilltop position facing the gulf to defend the region from attack by the British. As a defensive military tower, the Dhayah Fort played an important role in the history of Ras Al-Khaimah. Other ruined fortifications and watchtowers can be seen to the south of the hill. A battle in 1891 between the emirate and British forces resulted in the destruction of much of the fortifications here. The panoramic views from the fort's ramparts are well worth the trip here, and for anyone interested in history, exploring the fort itself is one of this small emirate's top things to do.

The Ras Al-Khaimah National Museum is in a fort that was the residence of the ruling family up until the early 1960s. The museum houses an excellent collection of archaeological and ethnological artifacts. The Qawasim Room on the first floor is particularly interesting, with a collection of documents, manuscripts, and treaties between the rulers of Ras Al-Khaimah and Great Britain. There are also exhibits of traditional weapons belonging to the ruling family, as well as archaeological displays about the earliest settlers in the area up to the late Islamic period. The museum's ethnographic section introduces traditional life in the emirate, including architecture, pearl diving, date growing, farming, and fishing.

In Ras Al Khaimah city there are two main Corniches: the first one is the old Ras Al Khaimah corniche which is located opposite the Kuwaiti Souq. Here locals enjoy relaxing on the white beach while soaking in the sunset.

Visit and Photostop

Archaeological excavation and restoration work finally came to an end on the Mohammad Bin Salem Mosque. ​Excavations revealed the presence of an earlier mosque, dating back to the second half of the 18th century (date as indicated by preliminary analysis of the finds) Historical records indicate a mosque was at this place since the 16th century, but earlier version/s could not be found owing to the confined test trenches. With respect to the later 18th century mosque, excavations revealed that it was destroyed during the British occupation in 1819/20 and that a new mosque was built on its foundations. It has undergone several renovations and expansion phases up to the present day. During the renovation work, modern additions were removed from the inside and outside and the original architecture, built from coral stone and beach rock, restored and provided with an outer layer of traditional plaster in layer technique.

RAK Mall combines the best in retail with fine dining and entertainment for the entire family. RAK Mall offers an unparalleled experience to residents and visitors to the Emirate.

Frozen in time and and coated with a layer of ochre desert sand, Al Jazirat Al Hamra is a hamlet of perfectly-preserved Ras Al Khaimah history. And dust isn’t the only thing covering the town; it’s shrouded in mystery, surrounded by rumours and possibly even haunted by ancient ghosts.

Al Hamra Mall is a 37,000 m2 two-storey shopping center set the stunning residential development of Al Hamra Village in Ras Al Khaimah, offering a perfect blend of shopping, entertainment, dining and recreational options. Al Hamra Mall houses a wide range of stores and services catering to its international customers, synchronizing perfectly with the demands and wishes of the multi cultural population in the UAE.

What’s included

  • Dinner
  • Lunch
  • Drinks

Important information

  • Not suitable for pets
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Wheel Chair is accessible in some places only. A wheelchair is available on request with additional payment.
  • Infant Seat is available on request with additional payment.
  • This is a total friendly tour. The 4 x 4 drive in the desert only the mild difficult part. Rather than all people can easily set with the inclusions.
  • We do pick-ups from all over city hotels in Dubai.

We will charge a cancellation fee of 100% if the booking is canceled 1 day or less before the event.

Operated by: Oberon Tourism LLC

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  • English
R 7,245 2 Days , Easy

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