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All reviews mercure hotel nice view mountain top winding road great drive breathtaking views al ain city enjoy the view long drive oman border abu dhabi fresh air green mubazzarah hot springs nice place to visit sunset summit
أفضل وقت لزيارته في نوفمبر جميل جدا من الأعلي وكذلك المنظر رائع لرؤية المدينة العين من الاعلي.
The best time to visit in November is very nice from the top as well as the wonderful view to see the city of Al Ain from the...More
Very beautiful site seeing. Safe for young kids.
Doesn’t take a long time to reach the top.
There are stops in between before reaching the top. There is hotel mercure in the middle nice place to have coffee or a meal outside with the great...More
We visited Al Ain for the first time and stayed at the Hilton. It's easy to live here, life is affordable compared to Dubai. We visited the top of Jebel Hafeet mountain. Amazingly, there are hotels up there as you climb towards the pick of...More
must visited mountain areas during stay Al ain area. On the way top there is multiple places to stop and take alook of views.
many parks with playground and most top. all of these together. great views specially evening time, Beautyful lightning around.
It is located near the extreme end of uae bordering Oman. It's very easily accessible by well laid out roads from Al ain.
The reach to the mountain top is only by private vehicles or hired taxis. No public transportation available.
Enroute to the peak...More
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From bottom to top is quite some distance and the I clinevis steep, also no safe walking area,vitcwould be unsafe to do so, however , there is an annual hike up the Jebel when it is made safe for pedestrians for a single... More
From bottom to top is quite some distance and the I clinevis steep, also no safe walking area,vitcwould be unsafe to do so, however , there is an annual hike up the Jebel when it is made safe for pedestrians for a single day.You would need to be in a good fit condition to manage it.