Hatta Resorts

Hatta Resorts and Hatta Wadi Hub start new season

Hatta Resorts, the mountain enclave of Dubai, has resumed welcoming guests after the summer break and offers outdoor enthusiasts a host of activities and ways to brighten up their leisure time.

Hatta Resorts and Hatta Wadi Hub continue to offer kayaking, hiking, extreme ziplines and water slides, but the new season will see the addition of a new rope park with giant swings and an obstacle course.

The attraction can accommodate up to 75 visitors at a time. The first level is designed for children between the ages of three and six. Those travelling to Hatta for an overnight stay will find the Sedr Trailers Hotel, as well as traditional glamping sites.

The JA Hatta Fort offers rooms in the new Terra category with mountain views. Guests can also pitch tents in the campground or sleep in a motorhome. Tourists are catered to by Sedr Bites, Taste of Hatta and Damani Bites autocafes.

Earlier, the world’s tallest landmark sign Hatta was erected in the Hatta Mountains. Towering at a height of 450 metres, the sign has received an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records. The sign is mounted on the Hajar mountain range and is 19.28 metres high.

In comparison, the Hollywood sign is 13 metres high. Tourists have the opportunity to climb the mountain as part of a 30-minute tour, take photos in front of the sign and admire the beautiful panoramic views. In the evenings, the sign is illuminated, making it visible from afar.

It is known that with the onset of the autumn season excursion programmes to Hattu will resume. In ancient times this small town was known for its military fortress and small farms, and today it has become a place of attraction for lovers of outdoor activities and beautiful nature.

Tourists are particularly popular for cycling on trails of varying difficulty levels, kayaking on Hatta Dam Lake and horseback riding in the mesmerising mountain scenery.

As previously reported, the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority has launched a new bus route to Hatta, allowing visitors to the mountain town to see all the sights. The bus runs daily from 07:00 to 21:00.

The fare is only AED 2 per stop. Journeys start and end at Hatta Bus Station and the bus makes four stops on the way: at Hatta Wadi Hub amusement park, Hatta Hill Park, Hatta Dam and the Heritage Village. The bus departs from the bus station every 30 minutes.

Source: The National

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