Horse

in Dubai

Horse riding in Dubai

For centuries, certainly the local horse riding in Dubai have been a very important part of the Bedouin way of life.

Is an introduction to the Arab Emirates complete without a ride on an Arab horse?

 If not, then we offer you an exciting trip to the morning desert, where you can admire these graceful animals and ride a horse for about an hour, as Arab sheikhs traditionally do at dawn.

 Surely, riding is truly enjoyable and good for health, because the horse has amazing healing powers. In fact  when it gallops, the rider receives more than 100 motor impulses per minute.

In fact anyone who has had even a little experience of horse riding in Dubai, probably forever remembers the flow of positive emotions. Feel the deep joy of life and the charge of positivity, which was given by this intelligent and sensitive animal by all means.

  •   Transfer
  • Al Qudra lakes short visit
  •   Meeting with horses
  •   An hour-long horseback ride
  • Brief tour in stables 

 

Al Qudra lake

Three observation decks. A man-made object created in 2018 in the Dubai part of the Rub Al Khali Desert, which contains a very unusual biological ecosystem.

Meeting with horses

In several stables on the territory there are Arabian horses, which is interesting and useful to get acquainted with, because they are the same faithful and hardy helpers of local people, bred in the territory of the Arabian Peninsula, which as a result have been selected for the conditions of the dry desert for many centuries. 

Getting acquainted with these breed, tightly built, frisky, but not large animals, one can understand why exactly Arabian horses were the most valuable (almost priceless!) gift and the main wealth of the desert Bedouins here.

An hour-long horseback riding 

Thus as a rule, this riding is recommended in the very early morning hours, practically at sunrise – best of all from 6 to 7 in the morning, because it is at this time that the desert is most friendly to the horse and to the rider, the gentle rising sun illuminates the sand dunes, between which the path lies.as a result 

Private excursion

Available daily,
except Fridays and Saturdays
  • Private basis (min 2 pax)
    from Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman

    AED 550/adult
    AED 350/child
    (4-12 years old)
  • Al Qudra lake visit
  • One hour horse riding
  • Stable tour

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Why to travel with us

The dress code is comfortable, sporty. Pants or trousers that cover the legs completely are required.

Jockey boots and helmets will be provided for the duration of the ride.

Yes, that’s a kind of part of the tour, too.

Yes, of course, only you won’t be allowed to wash your horse – your instructor will do that, and you can take a picture against the background of the bathing.

More activities

You will understand the spirit that rules the great Arab people if try horseback riding. Try to ride famous Arabian horses that are well known to us from fairy tales and adventure novels. 

Royalty members and most reach people of the Emirates are doing everything for cultural heritage of equestrian sports and the very aesthetics of human-horse interaction will not disappear into history. Horses in the UAE take a special, honorable place.

Back in 2010, a huge hippodrome was opened here, meeting all modern requirements. Tracks of 1,750 meters of dirt and 2,400 meters of turf. This is a colossal crescent-shaped roof with integrated solar panels to keep out the heat, 80,000 spectator seats and 8,600 parking spaces – all this is done with the Meydan Racecourse. 

The complex was built under the personal supervision of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Emir of Dubai, Prime Minister and Vice President of the UAE, chairman in our days.

The flow of tourists who want to see one of the most grandiose world races is becoming more and more popular every year.

It is an unforgivable experience to visit Dubai and to ride a horse. Especially if you are traveling with family and children, because they will meet with the dream of any child – a pony. You will be able to take some riding lessons and appreciate how the attitude towards animals here differs from the typical one. In UAE a horse is a family member.