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Getting here isn't quick or easy but once you do, you must spend a bit of time. If you don't feel like hiking in the hot sun, you could always sit by the water and relax. There's a seating area where a small buffet is...More
In April, best time to explore the wadi adventures before potential heavy rains, we as a folk of friends enjoyed 3.5 hour hiking and swimming through the remainder of water from one end to the other in a pleasant weather.
If you are on the road touring around Muscat don't miss this or any other wadi that you come across. On a hot day, there is nothing like dipping your toes in to crystal clear water to cool off. Usually a great spot for a...More
Perfect half day trip in combination with a stay in Wahiba Sands. Accessible by normal cars. Ample parking space. Short walk to the Wadi with swimming/viewing/picnic area and basic restaurant. Cave is short hike further. Cave lights were not woking when we were there. (Bring...More
We went to Wadi Bani Khaled after our stay in Wahiba Sands. The nature with all these palm trees, the water pools and the whole Wadi is fascinating! As we came on a weekday in July, there were not too many people. Amjad, a local...More
A short terk, climbing over rocks and blouders to reach the wadi's deeper part for swimming - remember to bring non-slip shoes (not recommended flip-flops).
Please respect also the local customs - no bikinis or swimming costumes ( a simple t-shirt and shorts over the...More
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You won't need much longer than an hour if you are doing the swimming. Although if you trek further up and swim down you may need another hour. It is worth going a little further up to experience the full beauty. Some of the... More
You won't need much longer than an hour if you are doing the swimming. Although if you trek further up and swim down you may need another hour. It is worth going a little further up to experience the full beauty. Some of the swimming sections near the bottom can be a little mossy and slippery.