Private and company events
Plan your next function in the desert and get inspired by the desert surroundings. Whether you come with your group for business or leisure, we have the right setting for you (up to 80 persons).
Even people living in UAE for ages are still fascinated by the surrounding and the very special and authentic charm of this venue. Kamel Uschi will provide an individual setup according to your wishes: With Beit Sha'ar goat hair tents, authentic furnishings, decorations, open fire, coffee ceremony and freshly prepared Arabian dishes.
Of course, we can also accommodate your workshop at the farm so that you and your employees will use our facilities for dynamic team building activities: Camel rides, different tents, open kitchen and many more facilities for a really creative day ... Feel free to bring your own trainer or coach, and contact us to discuss a variety of options.
Depending on the type of your event
Our Bedouin staff welcome guests to our camp with tea flavoured with traditional spices and freshly baked Arabic sweets (Legemat e.g.)
Guests are free to explore the desert camp and visit our camel farm, with Kamel Uschi on hand to answer questions
you and your guests are invited to ride our camels along desert trails, guided and supervised by our expert camel handlers,
you can climb on the dunes around the farm or just sit down and relax in a Beit Sha'ar, a Bedouin handwoven goat hair tent, furnished with hand-made cushions, carpets and decorations.
just with the sunset Kamel Uschi's cooks - often the owner, Uschi Muschi, herself - prepare Arabian Bedouin dishes in front of your eyes using traditional cooking methods. Meat and vegetables are cooked on an open fire, or as madfoun or mandi (methods of cooking in hot embers buried under the ground). We are offering chicken, goat or camel meat, vegetables, salad, freshly baked bread and fresh fruits (according to advance menu orders). Vegeterian food is also available.
Enjoy a traditional Bedouin meal beneath the stars!
Of course, no Bedouin meal would be complete without a coffee ceremony, preparing and serving 'qahwa' (Arabic coffee). Once a precious commodity, serving coffee to visitors was regarded as a sign of both generosity and wealth.
Just let us know your ideas and background of the event you are planning and Kamel Uschi will assist with special ideas and inspirations!