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The Wadis (Valleys)

Wadis(Valleys) form a unique environmental system characterised by variety, diversity, and a wealth of natural attractions. Within this fertile environment, people have lived in the wadis (valleys) of Oman for thousands of years:

Hawiyat Najm Park

The park is situated in the Dabab area of Wilayat Qurayat, Muscat Governorate, and can be reached via the road linking Qurayat to Sur. It is a deep natural depression filled with water, called Hawiyat...
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Wadi ArRawdha

On the way to this valley the visitor passes many fossils and ruins that speak of civilizations past. The spring rains bring beauty to the landscape, with an enchanting aromatic mix of wild flowers a...
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Wadi Sireen Reserve

The Reserve is located in the eastern AlHajar Mountains about 45 kilometres south of Muscat. There a large number of wild animals in the area, such as the Arabian Tahr and deer. The Arabian Tahr, a u...
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Teeq Cave and Tawi Ateer Sinkhole

Tawi Ateer Sinkhole, known as the ‘Bird Well’ gained international fame after its discovery in 1997 by a team of Slovenian explorers in collaboration with Sultan Qaboos University as one of the larges...
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Wadi Al Arbiyeen

This is one of the most beautiful wadis in Muscat Governorate. It is situated 3 kilometres away from Wilayat Qurayat on the road leading to the villages of Fins and Bamah. The wadi cleaves a deep fur...
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Wadi Al Hawqayn

Distances of about 40 and 150 kilometres separates it from Willayat Al Rustaq and Muscat Governorate respectively. This valley is characterised by its year-round flowing streams, as well as beautiful...
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Wadi Al Qahfi

This is located nearly 50 km (31 miles) from Wilayat Mahdah, Al Buraymi Governorate. Water flows most of the year and is distinguished by its fresh quality....
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Wadi Al Khoudh

This wadi is situated in Wilayat Al Seeb Muscat Governorate, and is considered one of the largest wadi basins in the Sultanate. Pools are formed in the wadi following heavy rain. According to the vill...
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Wadi Muayden

The gateway to Al Jabal al Akhdhar (Green Mountain), Birkat Al-Mawz, Al Dakhiliyah Governorate, and one of the biggest wadis in Oman, its water runs all year round. It is home to Al Muayden village. ...
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Wadi Bani Awf (Suspended Road)

If you love excitement, adventure, and winding mountain roads, you’ll find a challenge in Wadi Bani Awf (The Suspended Road), Al Batinah South Governorate . To traverse this road, you must have a fou...
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Wadi Bani Khalid

Located 203 kilometres (126 miles) from Muscat. Take the Bidbid – Sur Road in Al Sharqiyah South Governorate, which forks into a side road leading to wilayat Bani Khalid , then weaves up across the e...
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Wadi Bani Kharous

This is one of the best known Omani wadis. A visitor to Wadi Bani Kharous is attracted by its fascinating flora and fauna and beautiful landscapes. You are curious to discover unknown sights in its v...
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Wadi Damm

Wadi Damm is located near Al Ayn village, Wilayat Ibri, Al Dhahirah Governorate, and is about 45 km (28 miles) from Ibri city. It is a seasonal wadi, dry much of the year. It relies on the rain which...
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Wadi Danak (Fida)

This wadi originates in Fida town in Dhank Province, specifically in Al Khili, an area so steep it is considered a water reservoir for Yanqul and Shuab wadis, whose waters cascade down the face of th...
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Wadi Dimma

This valley is located in Dama Wataeen Wilayat Al Sharqiyah North Governorate and is known as the Wadi AlHajir, location of the natural AlHajir Park. ...
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Wadi Ad Dayqah

Wadi Ad Dayqah is a tourist attraction, being one of the easy-to-reach wadis, located near Muscat Governorateabout 90 kilometres from Wadi Aday. To cross this wadi is to explore the Omani mountains a...
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Wadi Darbat

Wadi Darbat is located in Dhofar Governorate. This wadi carves its way through hills and highlands until it reaches Khawr Ruri, where it empties into the Arabian Gulf. During autumn, the wadi’s water...
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Wadi Andam

Its remoteness from the sea endows this wadi with a mellow climate, magical  nature and tiered trees. Here you’ll find a seamless amalgamation of trees and rocky formations that will steep your sense...
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Wadi An Nakhr

Waterfalls cascading fromJabal Shams (Sun Mountain) form this valley. The valley contains a village that bears its name and which can be seen from the top of Jabal Shams....
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Wadi AlShab

This wadi is located in Tiwi, part of Sur in Al Sharqiyah South Governorate . It lies 140 kilometres (87 miles) from Muscat on the Qurayat – Sur Coastal Road. Fresh water cascading from tops of the m...
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