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There are numerous reviews across travel forums which indicate that a 4 Wheel Drive (4WD) is mandatory for driving to Jabal Akhdar. Before our trip, I could not find any inputs if an All-Wheel Drive (AWD), in my case a Mazda CX-5, would be permitted...More
Jabal akthar is my family go to for a break from busy life at the capital. The people are sincere, the weather is amazing; during the summer when it’s hot in the capital we escape to have a slight change of weather in jabal Akthar;...More
It is a mist being in the Green Mountains to drop by Al Sogara, the forgotten village. Built in a rock this ancient village gives a really good taste of how life looked like many years ago in this area. Total population of this village...More
Although I did not hike, this is one of the preferred destinations in Oman for Hiking. I did walk down from the Hotel and enjoy the stunning views. Walked through an old village on my way to further impressive views. The hike is rather steep...More
Excellent location with magnificent 5 star service. The destination is 1 hour 45 minutes from Muscat. A 4X4 vehicle is a must to reach the hotel. The road is asphalted and views around are fascinating.
If u have 4w car u should go there. Great lovely experience. Keep ur eye in the temperature u will see how it drops down so quickly. Camping is always advisable there. Get only ur sleeping bag and everything else u can find up there....More
We drove up here for the day and ended up doing some hiking, starting next to Diana's Viewpoint, next to the Anantara Resort, into 2 small villages, that were stuck to the mountains there. Lovely walk, taking you through the fields and their watering systems,...More
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I can't be sure but the temperature certainly drops as you go up the hill from Nazwa. We were there in March and it was around 20-22C during the day but drops at night. My guess would be 16-17C during the day and down to... More
I can't be sure but the temperature certainly drops as you go up the hill from Nazwa. We were there in March and it was around 20-22C during the day but drops at night. My guess would be 16-17C during the day and down to zero at night