To survive in the wild and ensure every camper has a safe and enjoyable experience, we’ve laid out a few simple ground rules. Anyone in serious breach of the following rules will be asked to leave the camp.
Masks must be worn at all times in the common areas and while walking around the camp.
Social distancing measures are in place for your own safety.
Sanitisation kits are provided for your safety and those around you.
In case you are feeling unwell, please report to the reception desk immediately.
Respect your fellow adventure-enthusiasts and refrain from playing loud music.
At check out, return the utensil box which will be inspected by one of our staff to ensure all items have been returned.
Smoking is strictly forbidden in the cabins and common areas.
Dispose of cigarette butts safely and responsibly by using the specific bins provided.
It is strictly prohibited to climb the rocks around the camp.
Campfires are only permitted in the designated areas.
Do not feed the goats and do not leave food outside your cabins as it might attract wild animals.
Carrying and consuming alcohol at the campsite is at your own risk. Please respect local cultures and laws and do not host any parties.
To ensure the environment stays clean, it is everyone’s responsibility to place all trash only in the bins provided.
Please turn off the lights and air conditioning units if you are stepping out.
In case of any scorpion stings or any animal or insect bites, please contact the reception desk for medical advice.
As a sign of respect for the local culture and other guests, no pork products are allowed at the camp.
BBQ pits should be only be used for cooking and not to create campfires.
Please leave the BBQ area clean so other guests can enjoy it too.
We welcome all dogs that are sociable and toilet-trained.
Dogs are only allowed in designated dog-friendly cabins and outdoors.
Owners must be in control of their dogs at all times and kept on a leash at all times.
A maximum of 2 dogs is allowed per cabin.
Please bring a doggie bed and bowl for your pet.
Dogs are not allowed on cabin beds at any time.
Ensure your dog does not urinate against vehicles, buildings or other permanent structures (in case of such an incident, you will be charged a cleaning fee of AED 50)
Cats and other pets are not allowed on camp.
Any damage caused by your dogs will be deemed as chargeable by the management.
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