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Wadi Al Arbeieen

#5 of 86 things to do in Muscat Features Animals
2 Hours Drive Away From the Capital Muscat., Muscat 113, Oman
+968 9942 5461
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E un'oasi nel deserto in oman a circa 150 km SE da muscat, con percorso fuoristrada, laghi naturali, oasi e piccoli villaggi che ti lasciano un ricordo indelebile del vero oman. assolutamente da vedere
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  • Very good23%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“off road” (9 reviews)
“sign boards” (6 reviews)
“an adventure” (5 reviews)
2 Hours Drive Away From the Capital Muscat., Muscat 113, Oman
+968 9942 5461
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A nice off the tarmac drive into the wadi which has a shallow area for kids to swim in and a high cliff facing a deep natural pool to jump into from the cliff which is almost seven meters high (climbing out via a rope...More

Thank Louai A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The drive was fantastic. Sign boards were very few. Off-Road travel of about 4 to 5kms. Presence of Water even in the summer. Surrounded by mountains. There is a village also inside the wadi area. Route: On the way to SUR from MUSCAT, approx 10-20kms...More

1  Thank vivek v
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Get away from Muscat, the 2 hour drive is worth it. 4x4 not required but it is recommended (by me). Take everything you need, there are no restaurants or shops here!

Thank Paul S
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Everyone should visit the desert and drive in the dunes and then visit a wadi. This is what movies are about, the true world ob the Bedouin.

Thank reesy60
Reviewed 20 April 2017 via mobile

You need a 4x4 SUV to cross the Wadi, but the beautifulness is gorgeous. If you have swimwear you can swim in some wonderful pools including waterfall in front of great landscapes. Please see my pictures to have an first impression. If you come from...More

4  Thank Friemens
Reviewed 19 April 2017

I love this Wadi, is one of the best in Oman, the views and relax in the water with the beautifuls enviroment is great.

Thank Gustavo B
Reviewed 18 April 2017

I'm almost loathe to review this Wadi as I want to keep it all to myself. Don't take the first turn off on the road from Muscat but travel on to the next village and then turn off and enter the Wadi from under the...More

Thank drwbaker
Reviewed 10 April 2017

it's an opportunity to see how the old Oman people lives in the mountains something amazing houses and farms in mountain an new way of irrigation it's almost 2000m altitude from ground very nice weather in summer amazing view try it it's great

1  Thank Fahad A
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Reviewed 4 April 2017 via mobile

Wadi Al Arbeieen (or Arbaeen) is one of the most amazing Oman wadis, it is Located around 90 minutes outside of Muscat, or it is situated 3 kilometers away from Wilayat Quriyat in the Eastern Hajar Mountains. You can go there to swimming, BBQ, hang...More

1  Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 26 March 2017

Well got in our four wheel drive for a big surprise for the entire day. Our guide Mr Ibrahim Alhussini was very welcoming and was very enthusiasm about our journey starting. We were second car of a group of nine following the leader. we visited...More

Thank mje0250400
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14 July 2017|
Response from vivek v | Reviewed this property |
HI naz2511 It depends on the time you visit there. Sometimes you can notice plenty of water in can be deep as well. Since it is a village, there isn't any rescue team or so. So ensure the water level before paddling the... More
25 March 2017|
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Response from aziz_ji | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can get there without a 4X4 car. small car will do the job. you have to go down and then go up again. you will turn around the valley. you will ppl and you can ask them the way put. it is not difficult to figure out... More
23 February 2017|
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Response from Tirso S | Reviewed this property |
You will have a very hard time negotiating steep slopes and water crossings. I strongly recommend you don't take a sedan to that sort of trip!