Rev up the 4X4 and leave the city in your dust during an exciting and adventurous Hatta Safari! While on a Hatta Safari, you’ll climb the Al-Hajar Mountain Range in an all-terrain vehicle and enjoy one of the most beautiful animal refuges in the U.A.E. The Hatta Mountain Conservation Reserve! Check out the Hatta Dam during your Dubai trip and see where the city gets a lot of its electricity and water. Then, take a dip in one of the few freshwater pools in the country. Or, enjoy a tranquil Hatta kayak trip as part of your Dubai tour. Then again, one of the most popular things to do in Hatta is mountain biking. But, regardless of which Hatta activities you end up trying, make sure to check out the 200-year-old Heritage Village. It plays host to a number of well-preserved, historical homes, fascinating shops, a large fort, and plenty of other Hatta attractions. Why not take a Hatta Safari from Dubai, which offers a delicious lunch at the Hatta Fort Hotel? Or, upgrade to the Hatta Valley and Evening Desert Safari Dinner and add a traditional, nomadic BBQ. It’s what to do in Dubai when you want to take an authentically intrepid Hatta sightseeing safari!
The best months to visit are November till February and August and September. Avoid visiting in the summer months as the heat is unbearable. The best time of the day to visit is early mornings or evenings as the scenic beauty is at its best at that time.
Mostly transfers are included in Hatta safari packages. But even if are not, there are many options to choose from. Taking a bus from Dubai will take roughly 4 hours. The closest bus stops are Abu Hail, Satwa, Sabkha, and Gold Souq. You could also take a cab or take the metro line M2 that runs every 3-5 minutes. The closest metro stations are Al Ghubaiba and Al Ras.
Looking to save money? Keep your eyes peeled for great offers and discounts. Plan in advance and book your package accordingly. Last-minute booking always comes with a steeper price tag.
Fun Facts – Feel like a smarty-pants during your Dubai tour by reciting this trivia!
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