Ramadan at Hatta Wadi Hub: iftar boxes, staycation deals and discounted activities

It's the first time the park has been open during the holy month, with the season extended until May 15

Adrenalin-fuelled pursuits at Hatta Wadi Hub include zip-lining, trampolining, paragliding and mountain biking. Photo: Dubai Holding
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Hatta Resorts and Hatta Wadi Hub has extended its season until May 15, and is open throughout Ramadan for the very first time.

For the holy month, several of the most popular activities at Hatta Wadi Hub have been discounted, with lower rates on everything from archery and zip-lining, to trampolining and horse riding.

Hatta Drop-In, a water jump park, with a crazy jump, crazy slide, drop-in donuts and drop-in tracks remains open this Ramadan

Activities start at only Dh10 during Ramadan for access to the Big Plunge, a huge trampoline geared toward adults who want to let their inner child bounce free.

The Net Walkway — a suspended canopy-covered footbridge — is also only Dh10 for each 15-minute visit, and is a great way to take in the rugged mountainous Hatta landscape.

Times for activities at Hatta Wadi Hub have also been adjusted for Ramadan, with most of them open in the morning from 8am until noon, then closing in the afternoon. The majority reopen in the late afternoon, with a few, such as archery and axe-throwing, staying open late until 9.30pm.

Other adrenalin-fuelled pursuits, including four-wheel off-road electric scooters, paragliding and mountain biking, are open throughout the day.

The Hatta Cannon catapult has closed for the month and will remain shut until the next season opens, which is typically around October each year.

Ramadan glamping and camping in Hatta

Hatta Dome Park. Courtesy is Hatta Dome Park.

If you fancy spending the night at one of the unique on-site accommodations in Hatta, you can look forward to receiving iftar boxes suitable for two adults and two children, and served directly to your room or trailer.

Ramadan overnight offers at the resort’s dome-shaped tents, Airstream trailers and rustic lodges also include free Wi-Fi and late checkout until 4pm, subject to availability.

Rates start from Dh750 per night at Sedr Trailers Resort, rising to Dh950 per night for bookings at Damani Lodges Resort or Hatta Dome Park. Overnight guests also get a 40 per cent discount on outdoor activities during Ramadan.

Iftar boxes will be delivered to guests spending the night at the Hatta Sedr Trailers Resort mountain escape this Ramadan. Photo: Dubai Tourism

Camping at Hatta Wadi Hub remains open for the holy month, and is also open over Eid.

Tent camping costs Dh199 on weekdays, and Dh299 on public holidays or weekends, with guests providing their own tents. If you have a caravan, you can also park up at Hatta Wadi Hub, with weekday rates costing Dh299, rising to Dh399 on weekends and holidays.

Hatta Caravan Park has closed for the holy month, but will reopen for Eid Al Fitr and remain open for bookings until the end of the extended season.

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Updated: April 14, 2022, 7:41 AM