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The prominent mountain, Jebel Hafeet, is less than 30 minutes from the center of Al Ain. My wife and I went fairly early in the morning, and t returned in the evening for the twilight view. The twisty road and views along the way were...More
Don’t forget to visit this place on your way, its high and cold place, take a pictures and see the view from the hight and is you are a bike rider don’t forget your bike its a very nice change to ride your bike all...More
I travel jabel hafeet, nice place to spend a night with family, and friends. but you have to register your self for camp area,. against nominal fee.
Family camps are separate from others... if you have more then 2 Wife's you can hire canopy with...More
This mountain is definitely one of the Must See places in UAE. It has truly grand views all around. Its one of the highest mountains in the UAE. We visited in December, when the temperature at the peak was around 7 degrees C, while at...More
Worth a drive up for the views alone. The road is amazing. True engineering feat.
Just dissapointed in the mess some people leave at the top. Why can't people in the UAE clear up their mess after eating/drinking outside.
Was slightly sceptical having seen mountains in India which are much higher but this was an extraordinary experience. First the road to the top is absolutely fantastic and even new drivers can navigate easily. Second the mountain top is also very nice. It has some...More
Sights openhrs, looking for postcard, how to go Jabal Hafeet (0 Replies)
1. I plan to stay at Al Ain on a Tuesday, and I would like to know when is the opening hours of the following sights Camel Souk (When will the market close?) Sheikh Zayed Palace Museum Al Jahili Fort Al Ain Oasis 2. I would like to know where can I find postcards of Al Ain and how much does it cost (My experience in Dubai usually meet sellers asking for abnormal prices even for a piece of paper) 3. As a solo traveller, is there any public transport to visit Jabal Hafeet from Al...More