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I haven't been on the jebel sgams but I would say to be down in the canyon is much more fun and more interesting!
With your 4x4 you can drive into the canyon till al nakhar if the way is fixed and you can drive...More
With a 4x4 go to one of Jabal Shams resorts for a night.next morning drive 30 min and park in the village of Al Khitaym . follow the clored signs for an extraordinary hike around the cliffs till the abandonned village.the walk takes 1hr30 and...More
The journey up to Oman's Grand Canyon is beautiful. Due to lack of rainfall in 2016 the temperature on Christmas Day was 22degC which is very hot for December and winter months. So saldy, the view was not jaw dropping from the top. It is...More
I finally made Wadi Nakhur with my kids and some friends and must say it is breathtaking to walk in between the vertical canyon walls and contemplate nature is a raw state along with traditional villages. Road to Nakhur is blocked by the huge boulders...More
I was here on 24 Sep. on passing through the small village that opens up to the entrance of the canyon , we found that the path for vehicles is no longer accessible due to rocks which have fallen onto the path (possibly due to...More
This starts from a village. There are 2 hikes - W6 and W6A. W6 is most popular as it has got the complete view of the canyon. We, a family of four, with children aged 11 and 5 did W6 partially. Recommended for average physically...More
I see that Wadi Ghul is listed in TripAdvisor as the wadi associated with Oman's Grand Canyon. After doing a fair amount of research, I believe that Wadi Nakhr is more appropriately the wadi associated with the Grand Canyon, but I am under the impression...More