In Al Ain, at the foot of Abu Dhabi’s highest peak, there's a new park and it looks amazing.
The Jebel Hafeet Desert Park is the perfect place to explore the UNESCO World Heritage site.
Located at the foot of the Jebel Hafeet, the Desert Park allows you the chance to explore historic remains from the Neolithic period and 5,000-year-old Bronze Age tombs.
A host of archaeological attractions scattered across the park give you the chance to understand life in the region thousands of years ago .
Away from the historic attractions you can also set up camp and stay for the night, as well as being able to book guided hiking, cycling and off-road driving tours.
For those who don’t want to pitch their own tent, a Bedouin-style glamping site is open.
We can’t wait to visit.
Jebel Hafeet, Al Ain, www.jebelhafitdesertpark.ae.
Khalid bin Mohamed bin Zayed, accompanied by Khalifa bin Tahnoun during the inauguration of Jebel Hafeet Desert Park, Al Ain’s newest tourist destination, and one of the UAE’s first UNESCO World Heritage Sites pic.twitter.com/D3rEPlZ2Kh— Abu Dhabi Government Media Office (@admediaoffice) February 12, 2020