Ibra: Ibra is the second largest city in the Ash Sharqiyah Region of Oman. Ibra is one of the oldest cities in Oman and was once a center of trade, religion, education, and art. The city acquired its importance as an important meeting point at the base of the Ash Sharqiya.
is the second largest city in the Ash Sharqiyah Region of Oman. Ibra is one of the oldest cities in Oman and was once a center of trade, religion, education, and art. The city acquired its importance as an important meeting point at the base of the Ash Sharqiya.
Ibra Famous Women’s Souk: Located in the Wilayat of Ibra in A’Sharqiyah North Governorate, the market unfolds every Wednesday, catering to women within and outside the region, with tourists also flocking in to catch the dramatic presentation of clothes, foods, artefacts and handmade crafts.
Wadi Bani Khalid: Wadi Bani Khalid is one of the best-known wadis in the Sultanate of Oman. Its stream maintains a constant flow of water throughout the year. Large pools of water and boulders are scattered along the course of the wadi. As a geographical area, the wadi covers a large swathe of lowland and the Hajar Mountains
One of the most popular wadis in Oman, Wadi Bani Khalid is a sure delight for day-long revelry for people of all ages and all cultures, all year round. If you are in Muscat on a lightning visit for just a couple of days, after undertaking a city tour, Wadi Bani Khalid should be your next stop.
Located just about three hours from Muscat and two hours from Sur, this winding wadi is blessed with clear, cool pools throughout the year and is considered a ‘magical oasis’ for those seeking adventure in the interior of Oman. And the fact that it is not very far from the capital makes it a hotspot on weekends and public holidays.
The Wahiba Sands : in the heart of eastern Oman, the Wahiba Sands is an ocean of regular dunes that seem to stretch out endlessly. Pale gold at noon, the towering piles of sand shift between rich yellow and coppery orange when the sun is at lower angles.
It is worth spending a night in one of the desert camps that a spread across the sands as it is a remarkably moving experience where you get to witness the different avatars of the Wahiba Sands including the beautiful golden sunset, that shifts into a brightly lits sky densely studded with stars
Traditional omani bedouin family: the people of the desert regions live in stone-built houses and no longer in tents. They rarely travel across the country on their camels as they much more enjoy the freedom that cars and other motorized vehicles offer.
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4. Water during the excursion
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