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Inbound city operators offer a wide range of services including city, mountain and desert. In addition to destination management services, they also cover accommodation, airport transfers, ground transport together with daily tours and activities.

Creek Tours : An alternative mode of travel is to cruise along the waters of the Creek in a traditional wooden dhow. The evening cruises generally offer dinner. One of the first companies to introduce the service was Coastline Leisure 18 years ago and one of the most recent is Bateaux Dubai which combines Parisian style gourmet dining with panoramic views of the city from a glass-roofed vessel. For something completely different, the amphibious Wonder Bus Dubai City Tour combines a drive through the city with a cruise on the creek.

Desert Safaris : A trip to the desert should be compulsory on everybody’s itinerary as the breath-taking beauty of the desert will remain a vivid memory for many years to come.

Al Maha Resort : A desert safari with a difference, the Al Maha (Arabic for the Arabian Oryx) is an award-winning luxury resort set in no less than 225 sq. metres off the highway between Dubai and Al Ain.

Bab Al Shams : Emerging from the heart of the desert, the Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa is an elegant place to stay with a traditional Arabic fort setting.

Dune driving: Combining the excitement of a roller-coaster ride with the challenge of remaining mobile on a shifting surface, driving on sand is an adventure in itself. Although it's often compared to driving in snow or on ice, as the applied principles of car control are the same. Courses are available, with fully-equipped 4x4 vehicles provided together with expert instruction. Sand-skiing: A sport combining speed and excitement.

Wadi bashing: Driving along the wadis or dry river beds is a popular weekend pastime with both residents and visitors. During the winter the river beds flow with rain water which runs down from the Hajar Mountains, but in the drier months it's possible to drive a 4x4 vehicle along some of the wadis. Although the journey may be a little rough, the dry river beds offer scenes of unexpected natural beauty.

Bird Watching : Dubai attracts ornithologists from all around the world as almost 400 species of birds have been observed in the emirate. Customised bird-watching tours range from one or two days to a week or more and cover the full extent of Dubai's natural bird habitats including parks, golf courses, desert, mountains and the famous flamingo reserve on the Creek.

Camel racing : During the winter months, camel races are held on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and present a vigorous spectacle. Located on the fringe of the city the race track takes on a village-fair atmosphere with vendors selling camel blankets, rugs, beads and a variety of other rural wares. Owners urge jockeys on to the finish line while trainers follow the races in 4x4s, ploughing through the dust of the inside track. The atmosphere is exciting and memorable.

Horse racing : The sport of kings has rapidly become one of Dubai's most popular spectator events. During the cooler months, races are held weekly at one of the UAE's four racecourses. Race meetings are also held at Nad al Sheba's Dubai Racing Club, the country's largest and most spectacular track and home to the Dubai World Cup. These evening meets are conducted under a ray of floodlights and prove popular with corporate companies, who hire a hospitality room to entertain their clients and guests.

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