Hatta's beautiful glamping experiences have reopened for bookings in the lodges, caravans and trailers, making for a glorious staycation option.
It’s a one-of-a-king experience for anyone looking to stay close with nature without actually compromising comfort.
What can you expect?
The Sedr Trailers, luxury Hatta Caravans and Damani Lodges all promise a unique experience of their own. Though, we highly suggest staying in the lodge if you want to get a taste of a more rustic and homely environment.
The trailers and caravans carry amenities such as a television, a mini bar or a fridge, modern bathroom, sofas and more. It’s a full-blown hotel room in the middle of the desert.
As mentioned, the lodge is a bit different, with a snug and cosy cabin perfect for late-night conversations and BBQ parties. But don’t worry, they still include a TV and a modern bathroom.
And of course, in case you were wondering, Wi-Fi is available.
If you’re more into the fun rather than the relaxing bit of the experience, there’s plenty of things you can do once you’re there. You can visit the Hatta
Wadi Hub, which offers a range of both paid and free activities like mountain biking, downhill carting, a human sling shot, axe throwing, archery, adventure rope courses, zip lines, and more. You won’t run out of stuff to do out there.
As for pricing, caravans start from Dhs585 per night on weekdays, and can range from Dhs700 to Dhs770 during the weekends. The trailers are priced between Dhs600 to Dhs650 mid-week, and around Dhs630 to Dhs770 on weekends.
The Damani Lodges prices are between Dhs590 to Dhs650 per night through the week and for weekends it’s Dhs630 to Dhs770.
But keep in mind that public holidays and festivals do affect these prices, so it’s best to inquire beforehand.
For bookings, visit their website here.