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Wadi Tiwi

Tiwi | Ash Sharqiyah, Oman
+968 9121 3562
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Tiwi | Ash Sharqiyah, Oman
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Wadi Tiwi was really wonderfull I must say much more than Wadi as shab, where most turist go for swiming in the natural pools (it is also “must see place”) but I prefere Wadi Tiwi. We had 4WD car, so we reached the last vilage...More

1  Thank Tomashovorka
Reviewed 8 October 2017 via mobile

Since it's located about halfway between Quriyat and Sur, it's easy to miss or overlook this place. We made a quick stop. There wasn't too much water. We took some pictures. I saw a notice posted there, which said that there was no swimming and...More

Thank Brunoash26
Reviewed 24 September 2017

Wadi Tiwi is located along the coastal line in the Northern part of Oman. It is 170 km away from Muscat International Airport, on the way to Sur via Amerat. Approx 2 Hrs drive. We visited in September during Islamic New year holidays. Water was...More

1  Thank RevinAjith
Reviewed 4 September 2017

This Wadi is great, as compared to other wadies, this has the least walk and it is kids friendly. the car was next to us when we needed a swim in one of the water pools. The water has small fish and nice for a...More

Thank AbuSada2017
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

Had an awesome time there hiking the place with a group of nice people in a trip organized by a company called @husaak. Enjoyed every minute of the day there.a place must visit if you go to Salalah.

Thank Nahed A
Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

This guy will be very helpful and nice at first. After he gets you down to the Wadi he will try to separate your family, corner the young ladies in your group, take his cloths off, and will aggressively grab them where ever he wants....More

Thank Trevor H
Reviewed 17 May 2017

only to drive this Wadi is already an exiting experience, especially self-driving - small mountain road, steap and lots of narrow turns ! At the end you reach a mountain - village and than you hike for 10 minutes down to the waterfall, which you...More

Thank juergen p
Reviewed 28 April 2017

This Wadi features a few small villages connected by a mountain road. It can be hiked as well. Nice views, but no swimming in pools. The road get narrow in places and requires AWD. Nice views, but by far not as spectacular as near-by Wadi...More

Thank JG-Bayern
Reviewed 12 April 2017

I am guessing this is not an easy place to find but it is sign posted; but, our guide clearly knew the way! Narrow lanes take you deep into the wadi through banana and lemon plantations, where local farmers sell in the souqs. We came...More

Thank Bradley G
Reviewed 7 March 2017

If you just want to have a short glimps, take your car and drive inside the Wadi between the big rockwalls, getting closer and closer. You can drive easily up to a nice spot on a river for just taking a photo or having a...More

Thank Sybille K
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