I visited whilst on holiday in Oman with my sister, her daughter and 19 year old granddaughter. Whilst we enjoyed our little ride out to the dunes, climbing a large one to watch the sunset, this camp was a little too 'touristy' for three of us ME dwellers.
Our 'tent' was really nice, the area was kept in good order and the food was good, although not particularly 'bedouin' as we had been promised. The camp is 'dry' (no alcohol) but non alcoholic beer isn't at all bad. The staff must have a dreadful time cleaning, as a desert wind blows up as the temperature drops and sand gets everywhere.
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included