Hatta Mountain Tour

Hatta Mountain Heights: The Nature’s Playground

Did you know Dubai is more than just tall buildings? Find the Hatta Mountains – a fun mix of adventure and nature! With more than half of Hatta being mountains, it’s a perfect place for excitement. There are over 20 kilometers of hiking trails, and you can kayak in the deep Hatta Dam.

The Hatta Heritage Village shows you things about Emirati culture and its prehistoric legacy. So, if you want a break from the city, Hatta is awesome for both adventures and checking out interesting cultures.

With lots of people – over 100,000 every year – visiting Hatta, it’s an excellent spot for fun and chilling. Whether you explore an old fort or just walk around, this place has cool stories to tell. It’s not just a break from the city; it’s like finding a different world with nature, history, and fun! And you can even consider going to Oman from Hatta for more excitement!

An Overview

Hatta is a wadi in the Hajar Mountains, east of Dubai, known for its old stories and special heritage.

On our Hatta adventure, we want you to feel comfy and excited! We’ll use strong 4×4 cars on bumpy roads to get you there. After about an hour of enjoying awesome views, you’ll reach Hatta.

Check out the big Hatta Fort building and have fun doing different things. We know you’re here to make great memories, and we’re here to help you have fantastic adventures.

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Exciting Activities To Do in Hatta Wadi

In the Hatta Wadi tour, numerous exciting activities await. While the options are extensive, let’s highlight some fantastic things tourists truly relish when visiting Hatta, Dubai. Let’s highlight some fantastic things and places tourists truly enjoy when visiting Hatta. These include:

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  • Check visa requirements and passport validity.
  • Stay updated on COVID-19 regulations and follow health protocols.
  • Follow road safety rules if driving.
  • Be aware of the opening hours of attractions.
  • Save emergency contact numbers and know the location of the nearest medical facility.
  • Keep yourself updated on the weather and be aware of possible natural dangers.
  • Pack appropriate clothing for the weather and outdoor activities.
  • Carry essentials like sunscreen, water, and snacks for your trip.
  • Respect local customs and traditions.

Stay safe on your Hatta adventure! Ready for fun? Book now and make awesome memories!


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Do you have any questions about Dubai Adventure? We’ve got answers!

Hatta is approximately 130 kilometers (81 miles) east of Dubai. The journey time depends on traffic conditions and the route taken but usually takes around 1.5 to 2 hours by car.

Heading to Hatta from Dubai by bus is simple! Take your pick from public or private services, with prices starting at AED 20. Grab tickets online or at stations like Al Ghubaiba. The comfy journey takes about 2.5 hours, with a few stops and a border checkpoint along the way.

Hatta Dam is located in the Hatta region, east of Dubai, UAE. It is surrounded by mountains and offers a scenic landscape.

Given the cultural norms in the United Arab Emirates, it is recommended to dress modestly. Lightweight, breathable clothing is advisable due to the warm climate. However, if you plan to explore nature or engage in outdoor activities, consider appropriate sportswear and comfortable shoes.

Hatta is part of the Emirate of Dubai, which is one of the seven emirates of the United Arab Emirates. It is not part of Oman.

No, there’s no general entrance fee for Hatta itself. It’s an open area within Dubai. However, individual attractions like Hatta Dam’s kayaking or Hatta Wadi Hub might have charges for specific activities. So, check with each attraction you plan to visit for any fees.

Yes, Hatta is generally cooler than Dubai, especially during the winter months. The Hajar Mountains surrounding Hatta contribute to a more moderate climate compared to the coastal areas of Dubai.

Hatta, with its picturesque landscapes, mountains, dams, and historical sites like the Hatta Heritage Village, is considered worth visiting for those who appreciate nature, outdoor activities, and cultural experiences.

Hatta is known for its natural beauty, including the Hatta Dam and the Hajar Mountains. Additionally, the Hatta Heritage Village preserves the traditional architecture and lifestyle of the region, making it a notable cultural attraction.

The best time to visit Hatta is during the winter months (November to March) when the weather is more pleasant. Summer months can be extremely hot, making outdoor activities less enjoyable. However, it’s always advisable to check current weather conditions and plan your visit accordingly.