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Avaliado por: Anna Marie L , Agosto 2014
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Avaliado por: Paul C , Setembro 2014
A good trip that was worth the full day if you have it to spare.
It would be quite tedious if the car was full so I recommend doing this as a 'private' drive
The trip to the desert dunes was the highlight and quite an experience. The driver gives you a choice of excitement from 'Weeee!' to death defying. We stuck with the Weee but still held our breath a few times.
Even though it is a car ride, wear closed shoes as the desert sands are damn hot where we picnic for lunch in the desert. Not a feast by any means, just a snack.
Have to use your imagination for the 'Camel' Rock visit, but the ride there was fun.
The heritage village was quite interesting. As it was off season (hot!) we had the place to ourselves which made it easy to stroll and explore. It would probably be less pleasant in peak times as the exhibits are inside small rooms with even smaller doors.
The water in the tour picture is not an exotic oasis destination. The reality is an almost empty dam roughly cut into the hillside, not noteworthy.
Although you pass through Oman immigration (for 22km each way) there appeared to be an understanding that visas were not required for the Hatta visit (we had Australian passports)
Expect the obligatory stop at the toilet break (right outside a 'hard sell' gift shop) on the way.
Overall; an interesting day with some fun experiences but not a 'must do' while in Dubai
Avaliado por: Colin W , Janeiro 2014
Interesting excursion into desert beyond Dubai. Little visible wildlife. For those interested in birds, stop off at wetlands on outskirts of Dubai, where flamingoes flock. This was a highlight.
Avaliado por: Anita G , Abril 2016
We did not get what we expected - the Hatta pools displayed on the image could not be visited due to visa requirements for Oman. Although the guides were really nice, we did not like that the organizer did not inform us in advance. I'd not recommend that trip but book something alternaively like a desert safari instead.