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Last chance alert: Hatta about to close soon for the summer

Hatta's last call for adventure! It's closing for the season on May 15

Hatta Sedr Trailers

Have you been delaying that Hatta visit for too long? If yes, it’s time to hurry up! It’s only two weekends left until Hatta Wadi Hub and Hatta Resorts close for the season on Monday, May 15.

For those of you who love the city’s mountain enclave and those who are yet to explore its grandeur, you just have ten days to visit the Hatta Resorts. With its hiking and mountain biking trails, ziplining, zorbing, and kayaking, Hatta Resorts is definitely worth a visit.

Hatta Wadi Hub is home to multiple glamping options, including Hatta Dome Park, Hatta Caravan Park, glamping trailers, and eco-friendly lodges. There are also food and beverage options on-site, as well as a variety of food trucks.

Hatta Dome Park

The doors of Hatta Wadi Hub opened on September 16, alongside accommodation at Hatta Dome Park. The adventure centre is welcoming outdoor enthusiasts to make the most of a night with exclave’s mountain chalets, dome tents, caravans, and airstream trailers.

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Hatta Dome Park

Featuring 15 dome-shaped luxury tents, Hatta Dome Park offers panoramic views of the Hajar Mountains. These luxury tents on-site are all identical in layout and offer the same views. They are 40 square metres and come with a full range of amenities, including a television, Wi-Fi and a mini fridge.

The rooms are designed to accommodate up to two adults and two children by offering a king-sized bed, as well as two single sofa beds. Each dome tent also comes with its own barbecue and fire pit within a large terrace space.

Hatta caravans feature luxury interiors with curved wood and leather upholstery. The caravans are fitted out with televisions and provide Wi-Fi access to ensure all guests are never too far away from the connectivity of city life.

Damani Lodges and Sedr Trailers

Damani Lodges and Sedr Trailers are two hospitality options located in Hatta. Damani Lodges offers eco-friendly luxury accommodations in a serene and picturesque location with views of the Hajar Mountains and Hatta Dam. Their lodges are designed to provide a unique and immersive experience for guests while promoting sustainability and responsible tourism.

Hatta Sedr Trailers
Hatta Sedr Trailer Resort

Sedr Trailers, on the other hand, offers a mobile camping solution in Hatta. Their trailers are equipped with all the necessary amenities, including a kitchen, bathroom, and outdoor shower, WiFi, dedicated barbecue pits, air-conditioning, an on-site food truck, allowing guests to enjoy the beauty of the Hatta region while maintaining a high level of comfort.

Rates start at Dhs974 for Hatta Dome Park, Hatta Caravans, and Damani Lodges and Dhs1,324 for Sedr Trailers.

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Last chance alert: Hatta about to close soon for the summer

Of course, you can still go and visit Hatta once the Hatta Wadi Hub and the glamping options close for the summer. Hatta Dam is around 15 minutes from Hatta Wadi Hub.

Hatta Kayak is open through the summer. It costs Dhs60 per person or Dhs120 for a double kayak. Pedal boats (the yellow boat) cost Dhs150, donut boats cost Dhs300, and water bikes (Dhs60 per person or Dhs120 for a double bike) are available for hire to cruise along the dam.

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Hatta holiday homes – varying from traditional farmhouses to luxury villas are also still bookable through the summer, with options for couples, families and big group stays. 

Hatta can be reached in about 90 minutes from Dubai by car, is entirely surrounded by the Hajar Mountains, and has rocketed in popularity since the launch of Hatta Wadi Hub in 2018.