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Nakhal & Wadi Bani Awf (Tourism Sand Gates)

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Trip Overview:

We leave in the morning for Nakhal, our first visit is a magnificent fort perched on a rocky mountain, which overlooks a small town known for date plantation. Few kilometers away is a village called Thowarah and its spring, believed to be full of minerals & healing ingredients?
Next will continue our journey along the Loop to Wadi Bani Awf, an ancient wadi offering breathtaking vistas along its 26km trail, is one of five spectacular wadis in the Wilayat of Rustaq. Picturebook oasis villages, nurtured by copious springs and aflaj, are a striking feature of Wadi Bani Auf. The wadi is about 10 minutes ‘ drive from the ancient city of Ar – Rustaq and winds its way through the towering heights of Jebel Al Akhdhar, A crumbling Watchtower stands high on a crag marking the entrance to the wadi.

As we drive along, will also come across an extraordinary charming farming village called ” Billad Sayt “, We drive back to Muscat via Rustaq on Muzana road.

Trip highlights:

  • Nakhal

  • Thowarah

  • Wadi Bani Awf

Activities:

  • Backpacking

Accommodations:

From 8:00am & expected return by 17:30 hrs Lunch picnic or local restaurant.

What's included?

Not Included

Transportation to the trip starting point. First night accommodations. Airport transfers. Shuttles to/from hotels other than our host hotel. Insurance of any kind. Optional guide gratuities. Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks. Items of a personal nature.

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Trip Price

Trip Costs:

No. of pax

1

2

3

4

Price p.p OMR

155

85

70

60

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