Hatta - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
An inland exclave of the emirate of Dubai, Hatta is a heritage village that lies between mountains, and a well known get-away from the heat of Dubai. It has activities that make you an adrenaline junky, such as off-road adventures in the desert and mountains, hiking to the Hatta Rock Pool.
Attractions near Hatta
Al-Hayl Castle is a historical building from 200 years ago. It was the home for the Royal family of Fujairah and has an important rule in for patrolling and surveillance. It is located close to Al Hayl Village, about 10 km from Fujairah city, and has a great observation area on the wind towers.
Located on the northern side of Fujairah City in the Gulf of Oman. You can do activities such as kayaking & scuba diving here. It has also some resorts, restaurants and shops around its premises.
This archaeology and local history museum in Fujairah City near Fujairah Fort was opened in the early 1990s. It has sections exhibiting the cultural and traditional history of the local people and various collections such as weapons, arrowheads, costumes, carnelian, and other things related to fishing, pottery, trade, and agriculture.
In the old Fujairah village, 2 km away from Fujairah city downtown lies this 16th-century fort considered as one of the oldest and largest forts in the United Arab Emirates. It is known for its important role in fighting colonialism.
One of the most traveled attractions of Sharjah. A perfect spot for desert sports. The dunes are ideal for sand skiing, 4×4 buggies quad bikes, you can also camp and experience the Bedouin’s life.
The Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve (DDCR) is the UAE’s first national park, creating a protected environment for the last of the desert wildernesses. This unique reserve was created for the protection of those endangered species and for the conservation of the natural desert habitat and heritage.
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