Begin your day by crossing undulating sand dunes to a Bedouin campsite and experiencing some camel riding. Then head towards the mountains, stopping at the Hatta pools to dive into the turquoise, cool waters. Pass through the lush landscape of the Wadi's, surrounded by the impressive peaks of the Hajar Mountains. Continue on to the ancient fortress village of Hatta, famous for its 16th-century Portuguese fort. After visiting the heritage clay village, including traditional houses built over 300 years ago, you will enjoy a lunch break before continuing your trekking through Hatta. |
- Safari trek to the mountain village of Hatta
- Camel ride in the desert
- Lunch buffet at the hotel
- Complimentary hotel pick-up and drop-off service
Approx. 8 hours
Approx 9 AM, depending on your hotel location
The lobby of your hotel
Return time and location:
Approx. 5 PM, at your hotel
The departure time from your hotel will vary; Net Group will send final confirmation of the scheduled departure time to your hotel. If you do not show up at your agreed pick-up date and time, you will be liable to pay the full listed rates. This safari involves off-road driving. Pregnant women, guests over the age of 65, and children under the age of 4 are not permitted on this tour. This tour only operates with a minimum of 6 participants.
|After booking your activityŚ3 easy steps:|
1. Print your voucher; locate the voucher in your travel confirmation e-mail or in the My Trips/My Itineraries link on the site.
2. Take all vouchers with you.
3. Follow the instructions on your voucher; you must exchange one voucher per person.
How to exchange your voucher(s):
You must call Net Group Customer Service at least 48 hours before the day you wish to take this safari trek to confirm your reservation and pick-up time. Please present your voucher(s) to the driver upon pick-up at your hotel.Important: If you do not show up at your agreed pick-up date and time, you will be liable to pay the full listed rates.
|Terms and conditions|
|This tour only operates with a minimum of 6 participants.|