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Liwa Empty Quarter Overnight Camping
Liwa Empty Quarter Overnight Camping

Liwa Empty Quarter
Overnight Camping

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In Details

Liwa Empty Quarter Overnight Camping is the most enchanting activity that you experience on the list of things to do in Liwa. Probably, you encounter best night of your life, getting a chance to witness the sun set and sun rise over the desert horizon. After a pickup from anywhere in UAE, your genuine “desert safari experts from Arabiers” get you to the one of the world’s largest dunes . By exploring the world’s tallest dunes, one can get a glimpse of surprising picturesque. Visitors leave no stone unturned enjoying the Liwa Empty Quarter Overnight Camping, going on a nature desert drive with roller-protected 4x4. New breed camel herd, open desert overnight camping and other exciting activities make the tour an unforgettable story.

The ‘Liwa overnight camping empty quarter by Arabiers’ gives you the most thrilling camping experience of your life. You get to dive into the unique dunes, experiencing the world’s tallest dunes, “Tel Moreeb” too. Furthermore, travellers also learn more about the inhabitants stopping at a camel farm. This insists them click some marvellous pictures of the different breeds of camels (which are black unlike other camels in other parts of UAE and the world).

Visitors experience a completely miraculous evening anticipating the sunset at the campsite. You can also make yourself warm and cosy around campfire at night. A BBQ live dinner with cooling air in an open sky provides an out-of-the-world experience. Then settle down into your sleeping bag and wake up sun rising above the desert horizon. You are offered several meals based on your choice and options. Having Kahwa (Arabic coffee) and a light breakfast can make your good morning wow! Guests also visit the renowned Mezairaa Fort in their free time.

Includes

  • 20hours tours with private 4x4 & professional Experienced Liwa dune desert safari guide
  • 4x4 pick up from any location in Abu Dhabi
  • Camping gear (igloo tent, Arabic Pillows / Carpet and sleeping bags)
  • Dune bashing on the tallest empty quarter dunes
  • Live BBQ dinner (Outdoor)
  • Light Breakfast & Arabic Coffee (Outdoor)
  • Soft drinks & water in the car
  • Insurance & 4×4 vehicle (Rollover Protected)
  • Liwa Camel farm (Black camels) stop for photos
  • Sunset & sunrise views of Rub Al Khali
  • Bedsheet & Blankets
  • Camping Chairs & Arabic Seating mattress
  • Camp fire Set up
  • Visit Mezairaa Fort if time permit
  • UAE Vat 5 % and All services charges

Excludes

  • Alcoholic beverages

Rates in Detail

  • Per 4x4 vehicle 2490 AED (Maximum 4 adults or combination of kids)
  • For groups please contact us via email bookings@arabiers.com or call / WhatsApp at +971555334238 / +971509281665

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Itinerary

Day 1

Arabiers Liwa Desert Safari expert will pick you up from the Abu Dhabi Hotel in land cruiser for a Liwa Overnight camping tour.

You will explore the terrain shift from city to empty quarter throughout the 2.5-hour journey.

After you land in the desert, you can go to your restroom.

After taking a quick rest, you can now start your dune drive where your vehicle will tilt from side to side. In some instances, you will feel like your safari is leaping over the ground climbing the slope of the dunes with sand covering the glass.

You get to visit the camel farm, watching Majaheem or Malah breed of camels. These camels are black-coated, unlike other breeds which are brown in UAE. The Liwa camel features a distinguished hump in the middle of the back portion. Long hair covers the entire body of these species of camel, and they have large feet udder too. It is regarded as a top dairy producer in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Arrive at the Liwa oasis camping area to enjoy the sunset and take breathtaking pictures of the setting sun.

If you have your falls in winter time, then you will get the campfire set up by your guide. During this time, they will start live cooking and later you can have your BBQ dinner ready.

You get to eat your BBQ meal having Arabic coffee or other soft drink depending on your preference.

Your campfire is ready so you can have your quality time with your loved ones stargazing and sightseeing.

Now, it’s time for a night of sleep in the middle of the desert. Your guide will always be there to watch over you.

Day 2

That’s the wake-up time with sunrise. Although, the sun-rising time may vary as per the season.

You can have your breakfast

It’s time to depart from the dune campsite

You will visit the historical Liwa fort in Liwa Oasis constructed to protect against invaders and infringed tribes.

Transfer to Hotel in Abu Dhabi

Cancellation Policy

At Arabiers, we provide you with a full amount refund, if the cancellation is made before 72 hours.

Not Suitable For

  • Not recommended for luxury travellers & requested to book our Qasr Al Sarab experience from Abu Dhabi
  • For those who do usually not like road travel, from Abu Dhabi to Liwa is almost 230 km and it takes about 2.5 hours
  • Those who want to stay in facilities like a washroom, standard food and proper sleeping arrangements requested not to book this experience

Pick up Details

You will be picked up from any location anywhere from Abu Dhabi & approximately 1.30 pm – 2 pm you will be picked up by 4x4. Anyone in another emirate is required to come to any place in Abu Dhabi (Due to COVID border rules changed, please refer to local authorities)

You will be dropped after 20-21 hours of full tour & timings are based on your preferences

FAQs

Liwa is extremely far from the city, therefore picking a company and guide with local knowledge is crucial. Additionally, it is advisable to avoid scheduling solo trips and travel with companions or a small group. Even though Abu Dhabi is the safest city in the world, travellers should always carry Abu Dhabi emergency numbers for convenience (999 for police and 998 for ambulance).
The T-shaped Liwa Oasis in Abu Dhabi is one of the biggest oases on the Arabian Peninsula. It is 100-kilometre in length and comprises date farms, Liwa Oasis camping area and tiny settlements which are home to roughly 20,000 people.
The empty quarter desert is located in a structural basin that spans a region of around 250,000 square miles (650,000 square kilometres), with smaller portions also present in Yemen, Oman, and the United Arab Emirates.
One of the most well-known oases in the United Arab Emirates is the Liwa Oasis, which spans more than 100 kilometres from east to west and is home to some of the tallest sand dunes in the world, some of which reach heights of more than 150 meters. The Nahyan family, the rulers of the UAE and the emirate of Abu Dhabi have lived in Liwa Oasis for generations. The Bani Yas tribe of bedouins, in particular, used to cultivate date palms there, and they still do now. Finding cultivated palm forests in the middle of the desert will come as a surprise.
Al Gharbia is the name of the area in the western United Arab Emirates that is part of the emirate of Abu Dhabi. Tourists frequently refer to Liwa, an oasis village, as the entry point to the Empty Quarter, a sizable area of dune-filled desert. Liwa's enormous Tel Moreeb sand dune is also located here. Along with other small islands, the region's gulf coast is home to beaches including Mirfa Beach. The Arabian Wildlife Park, with its free-ranging giraffes and cheetahs, dominates Sir Bani Yas Island.
Due to the location's incomplete area mapping and it being extremely off-road, it is difficult to pinpoint exactly where it is. Only knowledgeable guides are able to navigate to the camping area.
Animals are predominantly black, with the occasional Arabian oryx. Since people frequently visit the region where you camp, there are no wild creatures roaming so there is no such risk.
Ordinary civilians don't reside in the Liwa oasis camping Site or the empty quarters. The employees who maintain the camel farms and desert camps are the only people who live there. The Gharbia Governorate has between 300,000 and 500,000 residents.
The Liwa date festival, which is held annually from July 16 to 24, can be combined with other activities on the same schedule. Consult the experts at Arabiers Desert Safari.

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