Wadi Bani Khalid

Wadi Bani Khalid is possibly Oman’s most well-known wadi, and as a result sees a lot more visitors than some of its lesser-known, smaller wadis. It especially gets busy at weekends (Fridays and Saturdays in Oman), so we tend to suggest visiting in the midweek. It is a stunning desert oasis, with shimmering emerald pools surrounded by rugged ravines strewn with date palms. If you have time, take the one-hour walk to Al Muqal Cave, then drive the short distance to Bidah village where you can walk past huge boulders to a secluded pool and waterfall, taking about two hours – here you can swim away from the other tourists who don’t realise it even exists!


Grand Tour of Oman

Muscat - Jabal Akhdar - Jabal Shams - Wahiba Sands - Raz Al Jinz - Salalah  

This Grand Tour of Oman gives you a comprehensive tour of all what Oman has to offer, with the opportunity to extend your time in the Northern region of Musandam, turning it from a two-week trip to a three-week trip.

15 days from £3995 p. p.

Oman self-drive tour

Muscat - Jabal Shams - Wahiba Sands - Muscat  

You may be one of those guests who love your sense of independent adventure, and a self-drive holiday in Oman might be the perfect solution.

8 days from £1605 p. p.

Walking Holiday in Oman

Jabel Akhdar - Jabal Shams - Wahiba Sands - Muscat  

Oman is one of the best trekking destinations in the Middle East, and there are a host of superb walks and hikes to be found.

9 days from £3250 p. p.