Hatta is considered a prime regional destination for eco-tourism.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Dubai Holding has announced that its much-awaited fourth season of Hatta Resorts and Hatta Wadi Hub will open to the public on Oct.1, 2021 and will run until April 30, 2022.
Hatta is considered a prime regional destination for eco-tourism, integrating entertainment activities, hospitality and retail to offer an unparalleled leisure experience in the heart of nature.
The fourth season sees a new addition to its glamping experiences, the Hatta Caravan Park, the first luxury caravan park in the region, which includes 11 luxurious, bespoke caravans on offer, featuring a deluxe interior and providing a range of amenities including a television, a kitchenette and free WiFi access.
Each Caravan is designed to accommodate up to two adults and two to three children. Caravan price starts at Dhs1,350 per night.
These new experiences were launched by Dubai Holding in line with the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, to expand the hospitality and leisure offering across Hatta.
An aerial view of the Caravan Park.
Hatta Dome Park is one of the other latest additions to the unique glamping experience in Hatta. It comprises 15 dome-shaped, permanent luxury tents designed with panoramic windows offering majestic views of the Hatta Mountain range. The rooms come with the full range of amenities for two adults and two children.
A visitor enjoys boat riding in Hatta.
Hatta is also home to the first glamping trailers and mountain lodges in the UAE, with two distinctive accommodations, Hatta Sedr Trailers Resort and Hatta Damani Lodges Resort, designed to provide a picture-perfect nature escape.
A number of safety and precautionary measures have been put in place across the area, in line with official COVID-19 guidelines, with fully equipped facilities and trained staff to support visitors with any request.
Hatta Wadi Hub offers a wide range of activities and adventures.
Visitors also have the option to enjoy camping under the stars at the main activity centre, Hatta Wadi Hub, where they can choose between 18 camping areas to pitch their own tents and 10 spots to setup their own caravans.
Hatta Wadi Hub offers a wide range of activities and adventures. Holidaymakers and visitors can enjoy the eye-popping scenery and idyllic nature surroundings in Hatta through various exciting activities while simultaneously indulging in authentic Emirati culture, exploring the heritage of Hatta and discovering some of the oldest archaeological areas in the UAE including Hatta Falaj and tombs.
Hatta Wadi Hub also offers a wide set of activities that caters to different interests. This season, Hatta’s Inflatable Obstacle Course, a new thrilling activity will be introduced to the Hub.
The region’s largest inflatable obstacle course will span over a distance of 500m. The new attraction is set to welcome not only leisure and fitness enthusiasts, but also families and children who can equally enjoy the unique challenge and thrills.
Hatta Wadi Hub also introduces a new form of thrilling mobility with Rovers, the new 4-wheel off-road electric scooters, allowing guests to hit the rocky terrains and explore the mountains in style and comfort.
These Rovers provide a sense of ease and excitement for those who are not typically interested in mountain biking experiences. Another addition to this season is introducing E-bikes by Hatta Wadi Hub Mountain Biking shop for those looking to hit the rugged trails. The bikes power automatic forward drive and reduce pedal pushing. This opens the activity to a wider demographic.
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