The Dunes Camping And Safari LLC: Fun N' Thrill On The Desert Sands
Cochin Herald|November - December 2020
With its lovely, sun-kissed beaches, turquoise waters, craggy rust-coloured mountains, endless golden dunes, glitzy malls and skyscrapers, the UAE is the perfect destination for the discerning traveller seeking the perfect blend of adventure, relaxation and shopping in an exotic Middle Eastern ambience.

When it comes to providing visitors with an enticing blend of high-octane adventure, relaxation in the majestic vast desert, a yummy encounter with tantalising Emirati cuisine and a night full of charm reminding one of the Arabian Nights, The Dunes Camping and Safari LLC is second to none in the Gulf country.

Owned by a family which is experienced in the same field and other businesses for the last 22 years in Ras Al Khaimah (RAK), UAE, The Dunes Camping and Safari LLC provides tailor-made packages for visitors to unwind and enjoy in the desert sands and return with unforgettable memories. The entity, which enjoys the approval and guidance of the RAK Tourism Authority, is managed by a group of prominent professionals having two decades of unmatched experience in the hospitality industry and an enviable track record of ensuring that each guest goes home with a fulfilling experience.

No one can resist the whole range of attractions The Dunes Camping and Safari LLC offers and they range from desert camping, dune bashing, sandboarding, quad bike tours and romantic dinners under the starlit sky to shisha smoking, henna painting and the visual treat of belly dancing and fire dance show. The highly trained, knowledgeable and multilingual team of the firm ensures that each guest is well taken care of, making their stay as memorable as ever.

“Our principal objective is to provide authentic quality based real-time traditional desert life experience to our guests, ensuring, safety, luxury and comfort along with the best, thrilling, adventure-filled experiences of desert camping, safari and other activities in our camp,” says The Dunes Camping and Safari LLC founder Shabu Korah Vaniyapurackal.

“Here at The Dunes Camping and Safari LLC, tradition and luxury are interwoven meticulously to provide utmost comfort and hospitality, ensuring safe and hygienic standards at its best to all our customers. At this camp, we have tried to bring to life the authentic traditional concept of classic desert life in the UAE, so that our guests carry back the most memorable and unique desert experience ever,” he adds.

For those seeking an overnight stay in the desert with a view of the great dipper and other constellations and the wind playing a symphony on the dunes, there are overnight packages where guests can choose to stay in an Overnight Camping Igloo Tent that accommodates two. They check in at 15.00 pm and leave at 9 am the following day. While mattress and pillows are provided in the non-airconditioned tent, the bathroom and toilet are common. The package comes with welcome treats such as Arabian coffee and sinfully sweet dates; soft drinks and water; barbecue dinner, short camel safari; sandboarding and entertainment at night in the form of belly dancing, Tanoura and fire dance show, which is for groups of more than 20 guests. Visitors are also given a light breakfast before they leave at 9 am.

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