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This wadi is incredible but allow plenty of time , it’s at least a 45 minute hike to the first pool, take plenty of water and food. Ideally allow at least 3+ hours .
A quick ferry ride across the river to the start of...More
First of all, drive here yourself, no tour or guide needed. Oman has great roads and cheap gas. Just rent a car you will enjoy the freedom you find behind your own wheels. Park your car where there is a WC stop, take the boat...More
My family and I did this hike on 01 September with our two kids, ages 2 and 4. Three of our friends came along with us and we drove two cars for the whole group down there. The way there is very easy: all highway...More
It is a must do in Oman. Never saw so clear water anywhere. You have to be quite fit to come to the end of the Wadi with it's cave. Also you have to hike a bit then swim and hike again and so on.Takes...More
After quite a long 2 hour drive from Muscat, you leave your car and take a small boat which cost you 1 Omani rial per person and drops you on the other side where the walkway starts. You need to bring some good sport chose...More
Truly amazing !! However it is not an easy hike since you sometimes have to climb over small rocks and the path is not clearly marked. Be prepared to swim fully dressed to reach the cave. Awesome experience if well prepared !
it takes 2 hours from muscat to tiwi by car. hiking shoes mandatory. the nature is gorgeous. the walk is mostly easy, but has some slippery and dangerous spots. when you reach the second lake, you can enter the water and swim to the cave....More
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First, be prepared for a long walk, over rough terrain. Having said that, once you reach the swimming area, there will probably be others, with their belongings, placed along the bank or shoreline. If you're uncomfortable... More
First, be prepared for a long walk, over rough terrain. Having said that, once you reach the swimming area, there will probably be others, with their belongings, placed along the bank or shoreline. If you're uncomfortable leaving your personal stuff alone (actually, you can watch it from the water), then bring a waterproof bag, as was suggested. When I made the hike in 2017, I started with 15 people, but 11 turned back. Suggestion : I took along two blow-up floats from the Dollar General store, which made it easier to float around, then I gave them to some of the children, when I left. Hope this helps. Have fun, be safe.