The views, once you reach the top of the sandstone mountain, are well worth the journey. You’ll have unobstructed views of Al Ain below and Oman in the distance. The caves winding through the mountain have yielded abundant fossil discoveries and the foothills have served as a burial ground dating back more than 5,000 years—some of which you can still see.
The Jebel Hafeet Mountain Road, known as one of the most scenic roads in the world, is also a popular training site for road cyclists working on their ascents. The Green Mubazzarah park at the base of the mountain houses a complex of natural hot spring pools for both men and women where you can relax after conquering the mountain.
Tours & Tickets
Visit Al-Ain, the United Arab Emirates' lush Garden City, on a day trip from Dubai with a private guide! Flanked by mountains, deserts and greenery, Al-Ain is ... Read more
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Duration: 9 hours (approx.)