Deserts have remained to be the hallmarks of the Middle East from early history. The native ancestors of this land have lived and survived the harsh conditions of this area since the beginning. But in the modern day, with all the luxuries that technological and industrial advancements have provided us, we tend to forget how our ancestors used to live and survive. We do not usually appreciate the unnecessary advantageous living standard we have over our earlier ones. So if you are visiting the Middle East, especially Dubai which is one of the prime travel destinations for people across the globe, the Dubai Desert Safari might just be the thing that you need to try to get in touch with your ancestral roots and get a little adrenaline rush.

The deserts are exciting to explore in terms of the conditions that they put forward. The days are usually filled with bright sunny lights that make one pinch his/her eyes. Sand particles are flying around trying to enter every niche that they find. It’s hot, and people are usually bathing in sweat. But then again, it is an experience one needs to have to explore a different kind of lifestyle. The nights are cold with the stars fully visible if it’s not cloudy of course. Desert Safari Dubai can help you experience all this yourself. But hold up, there is more.

Many tourism services help tourists explore the beauty that lies in deserts. Jeeps and hummers are often provided, which give you a taste what it feels like driving on dunes. Quad or four-wheeler bikes give you another taste of the madness and adrenaline rush that lies in driving in the sand. And then comes the travelling mode that the Arab people have kept close to their hearts since the beginning of times, camel riding.

Camels are quite “tough-skinned” animals when it comes to roaming the desert. They can travel many miles with just a short amount of water and hence have remained to be the ideal choice for long distance travels by the Arab people. Riding a camel at a pretty high level from the ground and travelling in the tough conditions of the desert gives one the taste of how people lived in the past. Overall, it’s an experience one should have.

Desert Safari Dubai should be on your checklist that you might have made while visiting Dubai. It is an experience far different than the other ones. It shows the culture that embeds the Middle East. Book yourself with a trusted tourism agency and explore.

Situated in the northwest of India is the majestic state of Rajasthan. Famous for its opulent palaces, grand forts and never-ending deserts this state is one of the most vibrant and colourful states of India. Rajasthan has many opulent forts and palaces built by Rajputs which reflect the royal history of the state. Deserts are an indispensable part of Rajasthan’s history and culture. Rajasthan has been ruled by the royal Rajputana clan. They have fought many great wars in the desert of Thar. Rajasthan is home to many nomadic tribes who live in the deserts. A colourful tribal person travelling on camels in the majestic deserts of Rajasthan is a scene straight out of movies.