Once you reach wadi shab, you can take the boat to corss the water. The fare is 1 OMR per head. Kids are free. the walk to the cave once you cross the water is a long one(apporx 1 hour) and it is a trekking path thorugh mountains, rocks and stone. There are is good lake/stream near the cave where... 更多
This place is easily accessible, not far from the main highway between Muscat and Sur, follow the signs to Wadi Shab. Once in the parking area, you'll find a public bathroom and you'll have to take a small boat to take you to the other side (1 Riyal per person). The hike is relatively easy (not flip-flop easy though, you... 更多
Just beautiful!! The water was warm. The views amazing. You need to wear swim shoes as there are lots of rocks. There is no need to go on an organised tour. Our hotel was offering 200 Rial for 4 (including a cheese sandwich for lunch!). We booked a taxi 70 Rial. Driver took us here, sinkhole, waited for us. We... 更多
The walk up to the wadi is beautiful and spectacular. We went in January and it was not gushing, so to get to the cave it's a combination of walking and swimming. You will need good walking shoes to get there, beach shoes to walk on pebbles and still be able to swim and something to keep your camera ,... 更多
we did this on our first day there, it was such a great thing to start a trip with. everything looked so different but beautiful, the scenery and everything.
Amazing trip in this waidi. High recommended! I suggest to start your visit quite early in the morning and wear proper shoes to walk till the waidi with a lot of water and your lunch to be able to stay longer and appreciate all the beautiful corner of the location.
Everything about this wadi is great. First a bit of advise. Take watershoes, waterproof bag voor your camera and money, good hiking shoes and a few bottles of water. The walk up to the Wadi takes about 45 minites and it can be slippery some pieces. Go all the way and enjoy a swim befor you return. If you are... 更多
We were lunching at a small shady restaurant at Tiwi. The food was great at this restaurant but the toilets were disgusting. So, we made a quick stop at Wadi Shab to use the public toilets. Little did we know that our quick stop would extend to an entire hour. We simply could not leave Wadi Shab. With lush green... 更多
It was an amazing day with our Omani friend, who brought us to Wadi Shab! I think it is one of the must-see places in Oman, especially if you a fun of nature! It is pretty far from Muscat (around 150 km away) but it is definitely worth a visit! From the parking place you will be transported to another... 更多
Fun day -we used lifelong tours-you could do it cheaper by renting a taxi driver but this was easier and more comfortable. Full day -90 min drive to foot of wadi shab; then 35 min hike and then swim to hidden cave. We went with our 10&12 yo - both lived it and coped easily. Sink hole worth a visit... 更多