If you get an opportunity, desert safari should be experienced once. The vehicle comes to your doorstep to pick you up for this adventure, you will have to book it through an agency / company providing the services. On the way we saw Miracle Garden, Global Village and the Sheikh's lavish house. We then halted for near a shop for refreshments and the vehicle is then made ready to be driven in the desert. Maximum 6 tourists can be accomodated in one vehicle. Then we start with dune bashing, which is very bumpy (ofcourse), scary, thrilling ride. We then stop at a place for sand surfing. It is an exciting activity which could be done by anyone, it only required basic balancing skill / ability. After that we continue towards quad biking zone. There we are given quad bikes and a limited area to ride it. It was fun but then it get monotonous at a point. There is also an option that one could take ride on the dunes which I believe was pretty dangerous and required the rider to have some experience in biking. After that we are taken to a base where there are various performances lined up for tourists like their traditonal dance, belly dance and fire act. There are stalls where one could wear their traditional attire, one could get henna applied by professionals, dinner arrangements too. Outside the base there is a camel ride option too. Tents were set up for the ones willing to experience the night time in the desert. Others are dropped back to their destination after having dinner.