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Desert Nights Camp

Desert Nights Camp, Wahiba Sands, Oman

Set between two 30 metre-high dunes, yet only 11km from the main road, the Desert Nights Camp is a luxury tented accommodation with a real feeling of peace and relaxation. Each air-conditioned tent comprises of a lounge, bedroom and bathroom and is equipped with all the facilities of a luxury hotel. There are a range of activities from quad biking, camel riding and 4x4 dune bashing. In the evening, dinner is provided in the main restaurant with the chance to relax afterwards under the stars and listen to local musicians.

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