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If you happen to driving in the area the Tanuf Ruins are worth a stop to wander around. Really interesting and some great photo opportunities.If you have your 4x4 then take an hour to travel up Wadi Tanuf which lies just behind (being careful if...More
Walked throught the ruins quite fast, as there is no explanations and nothing really to see. A ghost town, consisting of some walls.
If you move on to the Wadi just behind, this is a nice place for a little break. Beware, after a certain...More
Many times just past by on the way from Al Hamra to Nizwa or from Jebel Akhdar to Muscat , Bahja visita but never visited the ruins. While after today could say that was a little mistake and should have visited much earlier. Nice old...More
I'm really pleased we stopped here. We had a hire car and it was easy enough to find. What I particularly liked was that we were the only people there so you really had a chance to explore and get great photos without having to...More
You can pass it and have a look for a few mins. However, its just ruines without any information or further things to see or experience (maybe the Wadi behind is nice but we haven't checked that). You could stop by when going from Hoota...More
Tanuf ruins sit between Nizwa and Bahla (roughly). If you are going to Nizwa or Bahla it is worth swinging by Tanuf to see the old village. The village has working underground waterways that are a timely reminder that an advanced irrigation system brought life...More