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Hatta Wadiin Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Nature never fails to amaze us with its miracles, and the wadi is one more amazing masterpiece nature endowed human beings with.
Hatta Wadi, Dubai
Wadi are dried river estuaries, rugged by picturesque canyons that were formed due to rapid flows of rain descending from the Hajar mountains. Hatta Wadi are ideally appropriate not only for lovers of beautiful scenery, but also for extreme sports fans - dried river estuaries became a favorite place for those who like to race on difficult routes on a jeep.

Hatta Wadi, Dubai
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#16Try canyon cliff diving and waterfall swimming in Hatta in DubaiTry canyon cliff diving and waterfall swimming in HattaAbarrane

Swimming, admiring the beauty or maybe high diving? The choice is yours!

#25Try wadi bashing in DubaiTry wadi bashingMohammed Lee

Four wheels plus tricky road equals mind-blowing adventure! For thrill-seekers only! Get ready to charge your batteries!

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Location: Hajar Mountains
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