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All reviews wadi ghul grand canyon jebel shams abandoned village late afternoon well worth the effort sun cream amazing views water pool walk takes sturdy shoes the cliff great hike hundred meters normal car in december date palms
A must visit if you are near by or planning to visit Oman specially if you want to enjoy both, nature at its best and a taste of the culture life style at the same time.
I enjoyed every minute of the drive up the...More
We drove then walked along the canyon floor - completely gob-smacked by the experience with the huge canyon walls on either side. Easy walking though it was real hot when we were there - best done mornings or later afternoon.
My name is Salman I am from Jabel shames ‘I am a local guide.
Jabel Shams is one of the deepest canyons in the world. It is visited by tourists from around the world for hiking, sightseeing, climbing, camping or just relaxing. The mountain...More
We booked a guide through Husaak Adventures for 2 hikes on Jebel Shams. Husaak Adventures conveniently has an office next to the reception at the Sama Heights Resord. Our guide, Ahmed, a young Omani university student who hails from a nearby village, has been leading...More
You will remember this place for many years to come! This is a must must see in Oman. We did most of the Balcony path late afternoon and watched the sunset in the canyon, which was breathtaking. This is the sort of place that requires...More
Did the balcony walk with teenagers to abandoned village. Stunning scenery and well worth the effort. We did walk in early morning at about 8am which meant temperature was ok. Only downside was that sun was rising above canyon so could not get great photos....More