This Half day tour will take you to the heights of Hatta village along with a view of scenic mountain passes that will fall during the way in between. Sit in a 4WD vehicle to get on the pleasant climate of Hatta, located at a higher altitude from Dubai. Explore the vintage beauty of Jumma mosque and the reconstructed houses there. Have your lunch on your way of this tour! To add to the charm of this tour is the view of Camel and Fossil Rock formations, hidden amidst the sand dunes!
Marvel at the spectacular scenery as you cross the desert in a 4WD vehicle. You’ll head into the higher altitudes east of Dubai on your Half-day safari to Hatta Heritage Village.
Hatta is located about 70 miles east of Dubai in the Hajjar Mountains. Because of its altitude, Hatta has a milder climate, making it a popular destination for residents of Dubai.
In the old village of Hatta you’ll see 2 prominent military towers and the Juma mosque dating from the 18th century, as well as around 30 houses. The reconstructed heritage village features scenes from everyday life during that period.
You’ll cross varied terrain in your 4WD vehicle on the way to Hatta and enjoy scenic views across rocky mountain passes. The Hatta wadi, or dry river bed, winds through the mountains leading to lush green oases and refreshing water pools. You can enjoy a picnic lunch during the drive. After lunch you’ll drive through the sand dunes on your return.
The four-wheel drive vehicles cross a variety of terrain on their way to Hatta, with spectacular views across rocky mountain passes. The first stop is at Hatta Heritage Village. Drive through the desert to see Fossil Rock and Camel Rock, an unusual rock formation hidden among the dunes. A picnic lunch is served en route.
Please carry your original passport. Minimum 02 pax required
Our safaris involve off-road driving across sand dunes as well as off-road tracks in mountain areas. As the drive can be rough in certain given rugged areas we are unable to accept any pregnant women, persons with heart ailments and back or neck problems.
Seats are not pre-allocated. Seating will depend on the order of picking up guests from different locations.
Lightweight summer clothing is suitable for most of the year, but sweaters or jackets may be needed for the winter months, especially in the evenings. Good quality sunglasses are advised and photo-chromatic lenses for those who wear spectacles. Hats or some protection for the head are advisable when in direct sunlight.
The United Arab Emirates has conservative dress traditions. Swimwear must be confined to the beach and hotel pools. Men and women should ensure shoulders and knees are covered when in public, especially in souks, shops/malls and villages.
Normal tourist photography is acceptable, but it is considered offensive to photograph Arab women. It is also courteous to ask permission before photographing men. Photographs of government buildings, police or military installations are not allowed.