The next morning, we were awaken quite early, by the sounds of the birds. It sounded like a ton of them were surrounding the tent. We even heard owls making sounds. So we decided to get up and head out. It was still a little dark out, but the guides were already awake, preparing breakfast for us. We walked around for a couple minutes, until they told us that the sun should be rising. So we went out from the enclosed area and looked out into the desert, and my god… it was beautiful! Just being there, in the middle of nowhere, and watching the sun rise in peace, it was such an experience. We then returned to camp, and breakfast was ready. For being out in the middle of the dessert, and just having a grill, I must give props to the tour guides, Faisal especially, who cooked amazing food the entire time. For breakfast, there was scrambled eggs, chicken sausages, fried tomatoes, toast, and croissants. About an hour after eating, it was time to head back to the hotel. On our drive out of the reserve we took a different route in which we were on the lookout for the Arabian Onyx and Gazelles. We saw quite a few onyxes and just a small number of gazelles, but it was still cool just to see them roaming so free and in their natural habitat. After about 40 minutes of driving, we were out the desert and on the highway back to our hotel.