+2 012 04333419 info@desertcruisetravel.com

Travel Tips

Be Adviced

Avoid The Heat in The Summer

In most cases, spring and fall are the best seasons to visit. Time your walking in the early morning and late afternoon when the sun is not as intense. Hit the trail early, and then take a long siesta in a shady place until the temperatures drop.

Drinking Water

Carry at least one gallon per day / person of drinking water. Plastic containers work better than metal containers or water bags. While drinking water can be obtained at several places in desert parks, you cannot rely on this, as some water sources must be purified before it is suitable to drink.
If you are relying on a spring that is listed on a map, when you arrive there, it might be dried up. In fact, it’s probably a good idea to follow the minimum guidelines for one gallon / person / day, but it wouldn’t hurt to have a little extra. Don’t ignore this guideline if you’re just traveling across the desert by car.
Any number of things could happen and you need to have a stocked up water supply.

Heat Exposure

In the desert, you just need to avoid exposure to the sun at all costs. Sunburns can be very serious, and and heat stroke or heat exhaustion can prove fatal. It is advisable to wear a hat, sunscreen and dark sunglasses. Even though it’s hot, plan on wearing light, loose long sleeve shirts and long pants.
Remember to reapply sunscreen periodically to any exposed areas. Time your walking in the early morning and late afternoon when the sun is not as intense.


The sun is usually intense. Wear a hat with a visor and light, loose, long sleeve shirts and long pants. Sunscreen all skin that is exposed. Remember to reapply sunscreen periodically, especially to bare legs after a stream crossing.

What to Bring With You

1- Sun glasses ,Cap, Sun block.
2- Comfortable chose & sandal.
3- Comfortable clothing during the Day and warm night.
4- Privet staff (Tooth brush, Towel, … etc).
5- Water tank , flashlight.
6- Lips stick, bag-pack.