Hatta Mountain Safari Tour
If culture and history interest you, the Hatta Mountain Safari is made for you. In this safari youll be able to explore the rugged topography and the beautiful desert scenery of Hatta, which is flanked by the majestic Hajjar Mountains.

Travel through the winding mountain roads to the Hatta Heritage Village that has an impressive display of the Bedouin culture. With the spectacular Hajar Mountain range, date palms, and huge stretches of arid countryside as a backdrop, itrsquo;s like going back in time.A mosque and a fort tells tales of the architectural and cultural aspects of the past centuries.Tourists can learn about how people lived back then, as well as how they dressed, how they arranged their homes and what weapons they used.

Youll also come across beautifully renovated mud dwellings and other 16th century Emirati art and architecture. It also includes a stop at the wellknown Pottery Market, where you can buy gorgeous carpets. On Fridays and Saays, these markets are the busiest, with only a few shops operating on the rest of the week.

Hatta Hill Park, a por picnic spot, is well worth a visit. Perched on a hilltop, people can enjoy picnics and barbecue there.For an additional fee, you can enjoy a sumptuous buffet lunch at Hatta Fort Hotel and enjoy the views of the mountains.

Whats include
Pickup from your hotel or residence in Dubai
Hatta tracking Mountain
Hatta Fort
Hatta Hill Park
Heritage Village
Hatta Fort Hotel
Visit of carpet market
Lunch (optional
Drop back to your hotel or residence in Dubai
Important Information:
Pregnant ladies, people with back problems, senior citizens with heart conditions, and children under 03 years are advised not to join the dune bashing trips.
For guests (including those above) who donrsquo;t want to join dune bashing, then another driver will drop them straight to the camp to enjoy other activities.
You have the option to go for the normal dune bashing, light dune bashing, or desert drive only.
per person AED125

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