The north coast of the Sultanate of Oman stretches from Mascat, the capital, through Sour, to the desert. Its exploration allows you to cross extraordinary mountainous landscapes, lagoons, traditional and preserved villages, and incredible “wadi”.
This Arabic word, meaning both “stream” and “valley” (وادي in Arabic) designates wadis, sometimes narrow, sometimes veritable amphitheatres of open-air rocks, where villages follow one another. In some places, they form veritable reservoirs of clear water where one can bathe and along which grow palm groves.
In Wadi Bani Awf, you can practice canyoning after the heavy seasonal rains, known as flash floods. The opportunity also to relax, hike, and swim! Note that in some wadi live small fish, which will offer you a free fish spa … Go, quiet, with your feet in the water!
Where is it ?
Côte d’Oman, Sultanat d’Oman
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