The Traditional Henna Painting in Dubai

Henna Paint in the desert
Henna Paint

On yourDubai city tour, you will notice many women with beautiful designs painted on their feet. In the Middle East, special events are marked by women painting their hands, wrists and feet with henna. It is a fun to have henna designs painted on you especially while you’re relaxing on your overnight desert camp in Dubai.Most beauty salons around town will do henna painting. They let you choose from their extensive collection of intricate designs. The process is usually quite quick, as the henna artists are fast at this craft. Sometimes, complex patterns are made by stencils (available at Dubai souks). These designs last for three weeks.
The practice of henna painting has taken roots throughout Arabia, India and the Mediterranean, and is becoming increasingly trendy in North America as well. This ceremonial painting can be traced back to the 7th Century BC and continues to rise in popularity to this day. Increasingly, street artists in resorts provide henna decoration of varying quality for tourists of both sexes.
Though the times have changed, Dubai has managed to keep even little traditions alive. Dadabhai Travel and

Arabic Henna paint
Arabic Henna Paint

Tourism always tries to incorporate every tiny bit of Arab tradition that you are likely to enjoy into your tour packages to help you connect more meaningfully with Dubai.

Tremendous Art And Culture Along The Dubai Creek

Other than the Bedouin desert camps and the dhow cruise, there are more ways to indulge yourself in the rich culture of Dubai.While you are on a dhow, you will float by a place called ‘Bastakia’ on the Bur side of the Dubai creek. At Bastakia there are many art galleries and a couple of pleasant hotels too with little less

Dhow Cruise
Dhow Cruise

generous doorways that tall people usually bump their heads into. Bastakia is home to several well known buildings. One of them is the Al Fahidi Fort – the oldest architectural building in Dubai.
The Al Fahidi Fort was built with the aim of defending Dubai in case of attacks from the sea. The Fort was converted into a renowned museum famed as the ‘Dubai Museum’. It displays a rich collection of objects showcasing the way of life of the inhabitants of the past.
During the winter months, an open air souk is held in Bastakia on Saturdays where about 50 stalls sell arts, crafts, fashion items, antiques, food and drinks. Here, musical programmes are also performed for your merriment.
Dadabhai Travel and Tourism provides various t

Desert camp on Dadabhai Travels
Desert camp

discounts on tour packages and allows you to opt for lodging in proportion to your budget.