Get Spooky at Sonara Camp This Halloween with the First Ever Camelback Trick or Treat Trek

Get Spooky at Sonara Camp This Halloween with the First Ever Camelback Trick or Treat Trek

The Desert Escape is Serving Up a Host of Activities Including Scary Movie Shows, Pumpkin Carving and Cupcake Making

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, October 2020 – For the first time, trick or treating is receiving a very Dubai makeover – with Sonara Camp taking the traditional Halloween custom into the desert, on camels!

On October 30th and 31st, kids will be taken on a thrilling camelback adventure into the desert where they will be met by ghosts and ghouls, who will trick them with a surprise or treat them to yummy goodies during their trek.

In addition, Sonara Camp will be hosting a scary-movie screening with popcorn, a cupcake making station and also interactive pumpkin carving in collaboration with Top Chef.

Set high upon a sand dune within the Dubai Conservation Area, Sonara Camp offers unspoilt sunset views over the Arabian desert, so while the kids are busy with their spooky adventures, parents can take the opportunity to enjoy the wonder of the surroundings.

For detail on packages and make a reservation please contact info@sonara.ae or +971 503367909.

Press Information and Contacts

Laura Jones Laura@coco-comms.me +971(0)50 5574 182

Caroline Holmberg Caroline@coco-comms.me +971(0)50 9127143

About Sonara Camp

A unique restaurant and dining experience nestled in the heart of Dubai Conservation.  Opened in November 2019 Sonara Camp is a one of a kind desert restaurant offers a delicious fine dining and beverage menu that can be enjoyed whilst watching on as the carefully curated entertainment plays out in the beautiful Arabian Desert.  With activities and entertainment for every age, get ready for an unforgettable journey to the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, the home of hundreds of oryxes and gazelles.  The authentic camp is eco-friendly and sustainable with a core belief in sourcing ethical products and material. They use solar energy and have a zero-waste policy.

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