Salalah Safari Tours

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Desert Safari Tour with Overnight in Private Camp
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Safari Tour For 8 Hours In Rub Al Khali Desert In Oman
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Oman's rich past and culture make it one of the most fascinating travel destinations in the Middle East. Its location on the Arabian Peninsula is becoming more and more well-liked as a vacation spot for tourists from all over the world who enjoy learning about history and customs. As the entryway to the Arab world, Oman entices travellers to explore every inch of the Sultanate with its wealth of art, customs, architecture, and cuisine.

Salalah City Tour offers a unique experience to explore the natural beauty, culture, and history of this southern Omani city. The tour includes visits to vibrant markets, ancient ruins, and beautiful beaches. Visitors can immerse themselves in the local culture by exploring the traditional handicrafts and sampling the local cuisine. A Salalah City Tour is a must for anyone looking to discover the hidden gems of this beautiful city.

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Parts of southern Oman are covered by the Rub al Khali Desert, the biggest continuous sand desert on earth. More than anywhere else on the globe, it has sand and stone covering 650,000 square kilometres. There are hardly any people living in the desert because it is so hostile and has so few oases. It is not surprising that the name "the empty quarter," a precise translation of the Arabic "Rub al Khali," is given to the desert. It encompasses a third of the Arabian Peninsula, which includes the nations of Oman, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and the United Arab Emirates.

The Rub al Khali Desert's beauty and pristine landscape are found on the Omani side of the desert. The sand dunes are broad and give the area a sense of unending silence. They can be up to 200 to 300 metres high at times. You seldom ever run into other people in the desert because of how unfavourable the terrain is to humans, which has prevented much human settlement. Even the Bedouins stay out of the deep desert and run their camel industry along the Rub al Khali's boundaries. 

Salalah desert tour, however, are always worthwhile and are best done in guided groups with proper supplies. Something really wonderful happens when you witness a perfect sunrise or sunset in the desert, away from the distracting lights of town. However, you should be aware of the temperature changes that take place in the desert if you plan to spend the early morning or late evening there. Around 0° Celsius at night and 60° Celsius during the day are the typical temperatures in this area.

Camping in Rub Al Khali

There will be a difference between this overnight camping excursion in the Rub al Khali and any other desert camping trip you have taken. It will take place in Liwa City. You will be picked up from any location in the United Arab Emirates by your knowledgeable Arab safari guide, who will then take you in a 4x4 vehicle to the largest sand desert on earth.

A trip to the Rub al Khali is one of the things that both visitors and residents of Liwa anticipate the most. It offers campers an experience that can't be topped and includes some of the most thrilling dunes. Experience the rush of driving your four-wheel-drive car up the Tel Moreeb, the largest dune in the world, and over the tall dunes. You'll probably get a rush of exhilaration as your four-wheel-drive car ascends and descends the challenging 50-degree incline.

By visiting a camel farm, you can gain knowledge about the way of life of those who inhabit the Rub al Khali. Camels that are indigenous to the Liwa desert can be found here. The camels in this region of the UAE have dark fur as opposed to the white camels in other regions of the UAE. You should therefore appear in a few photos with the camels from Liwa, according to this.

The best place to watch the sunset is at the campsite, where you should settle for the occasion. Enjoy the tranquilly that a stunning desert sunset offers. Prior to dinner, spend time cuddling up next to the fire to stay warm. As you take in the cool desert air and the desert's nighttime scenery, participate in a live BBQ.

It will take your breath away to see the night sky when you go stargazing in the Rub al Khali desert since it is so clear. Once you're cozy in your sleeping bag, get ready for a restful night's sleep. The sunrise across the desert horizon will greet you as you awaken. The desert will reanimate under the warm sun's illumination. Your energy levels can be greatly increased by drinking kahwa, an Arabic coffee.

You will make stops at the Mezairaa Fort and a vegetable farm on the route back to your cities. Depending on how much time you have, you may make either of these stops.

Frequently asked questions

What is the closest desert to Salalah?

The closest desert to Salalah is the Empty Quarter, which is also known as Rub' al Khali. It is a large desert area that spans across several countries in the Arabian Peninsula, including Oman, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.

What is the best time to visit Salalah?

June through August, during the monsoon season, are the finest months to visit Salalah. The lovely Salalah experiences a monsoon season that is unusual for Oman's other towns. The Khareef, or monsoon season, normally begins in June and lasts through August.

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