Wadi Abyadh – geology, water, pools…
One of remarkable highlights of Oman for any visitor is to visit a falaj – Omani’s ancient engineering in action.
Best views of Muscat. White Mountain.
A short hike and must visit for anyone visiting Muscat.
Dimaniyat Islands, Oman – Camping, snorkeling… turtles and sea life
Al Aqbiyah region (Muscat, Oman) features a few point of interests including: Wadi Aqbiyah (hike), Ayn Al Hammam (hot spring), Wadi Hammam lookout, and Al Awabi quartzite site.
A classic hiking trail in Jebel Shams.
Bahla Fort is one of four historic fortresses situated at the foot of the Jebel Akhdar/Shams highlands in Oman.
About 3 hours away from the capital of Oman, Muscat, there is a beautiful stretch of sand that borders the Arabian Sea called Wahiba Sands.
Wadi Darbat is a beautiful scenic spot in Dhofar, Oman for all nature lovers worth visiting especially during the Khareef (monsoon) season.