You really need to see the amazing stars from the desert its a must you can travel out on quad bikes or in a four wheel jeep
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We did this trip last week and really enjoyed it - we had our Lawrence of Arabia moments - camel riding in the desert and a good buffet barbecue dinner with star gazing and a fire dancing performance afterwards. The atmosphere was what made it...More
you have the option of riding on the camels upto the bedwin camp where u get ur lunch and drinks included before they set up a few telescopes on a few different stars or a planet you can request some sometimes too ie see ones...More
we did quite a few different trips on our visit but this was by far the best!! driving the quad bikes out to the set up was amazing fun and then seeing the stars and moon through the telescope was incredible. the food and bedouin...More
This is such a must do! Please just remember its very very hot out in the desert with no breeze at all. Sure lovely people who welcome you into there way of life for a short while. The stars! Oh My!!!! I have never seen...More
We liked the buggy ride in the desert, the fire and belly-dancing shows. A camel ride was also great. However, looking at the stars thru a telescope was not as we expected. The magnifying was only to a small bit.
We don't the 4 options. Quad bike Bedouin meal camel ride and star gazing it was absolutely fantastic the food was amazing and the people that arranges it were only too glad to help I loved every minute of it and would recommend it we...More
Really well equiped and very knowlegeable guide / owner. Good from the curious beginner to expert. Really highly recommended - take the quad bikes to get there and go to the Bedhuin openair night in one go. Really excellent!!!
I found the Star Gazing particularly interesting as one of the guides had a telescope and was well verse in cosmology. The star gazing is typically tied in with the day of quad biking before going towards this site. It might not be for everyone...More
Starts off with a camel ride. Great at first but the heat kills you. Camels are very uncomfortable to rise by the way. You are then given some food and shisha. After that you climb the mountain. Not much fun. Then you finish off with...More