We finished the Hatta Mountain Tour and we were planning to head back to the city when our guide asked us if we wanted to visit the Hatta Heritage Village. I’m not a history geek and I wasn’t really feeling the walking tour, but we decided to check it out for 15 minutes.
Hatta Heritage Walking Tour
April 30, 2013
This was another welcome treat. Learning about the life and culture of Arabs in the past and being in an actual village felt like I was there in the old times.
It’s an educational do-it-yourself walking tour wherein you can walk at your own pace and explore the area. It had a quiet atmosphere.
At times I got scared because nobody was inside the rooms, but when we opened them, lights would suddenly turn on. Sometimes a statue of a person would be staring at us and I initially thought that they were real people. hehe.
It was good that this wasn’t an ordinary place where we would just stare at statues/pictures and read about the past. The fact that we could freely open house doors made the whole tour exciting because of the mystery of every home.
Take note that every house has security cameras inside so if ever you do something unruly, then smile for lenses.
Hatta gift shop
Jana and I initially thought that we wouldn’t be interested in this side trip, but our 15 minutes turned 30 as we wanted to see what we could discover in each house. We had to get back to the entrance as our guide was already waiting for a long time.
Time: 8:30am to 2:30pm.
Tour Guide: Shahzad Ahmad
Mobile Number: +971 56 2318281, +971 52 7866550
Check out my other posts about our Hatta Mountain Tour here:
- Dubai Hatta Mountain Safari Tour Highlights
- Dubai, UAE: Driving a Desert Buggy in Lahbab, Sharjah
- Dubai, UAE: Swimming in Wadi Al Qahfi
- Dubai, UAE: Quick Stop at the Hatta Mountains
- Dubai, UAE: Hatta Heritage Village Tour
Check out my other Dubai articles here:
- My Dubai Desert Safari Adventure Experience
- First Time to Ride an Emirates Boeing 777 Plane
- Now Blogging in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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