Hatta Wadi Hub is closing for the summer on Saturday May 4
There’s only two weekends left if you’re looking to spend the weekend away at Hatta Wadi Hub…
Been planning on making a trip to Hatta before it gets too hot? Well, you’ve only got two weekends left if you want to visit Hatta Wadi Hub – it’s closing for the season on Saturday May 4.
Hatta Wadi Hub is where you’ll find all the activities including archery, the net walkway, the mountain biking trails, and zorbing track, as well as Hatta Caravan Park, the glamping trailers and eco-friendly lodges.
It’s also home to mountain biking and axe throwing for the adventurous outdoors fans, and pony rides and horse chariots for those that prefer less adrenaline-pumping activities.
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While the lodges, glamping trailers and caravan park are mostly booked until the end of the season, there are a few mid-week dates left. You can book for the new season starting from October 1.
All part of a wider project by master developer Meraas, a note on the website reads that they’ll be ‘working to enhance your experience’ during the summer break. Activities such as the twin zip line, the drop in slide and the enormous palm course aren’t yet open, so we’re hoping these will be ready in time for the new season.
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Of course, you’re still able to go and visit Hatta once the Wadi Hub closes. Hatta Dam is around 15 minutes from Hatta Wadi Hub, and Hatta Kayak have hundreds of kayaks (Dhs60 per person or Dhs150 for a double kayak), pedalos (Dhs120), yellow boats (Dhs150), donut boats (Dhs300), and water bikes (Dhs60 per person) available for hire to cruise along the Dam.
An array of activities are also available at the recently refurbished JA Hatta Fort, and there are plenty of mountain bike trails to tackle – though they’re not for the faint hearted.