The Mountains of Oman
Jebel Akhdar :- Jebel Akhdar, primarily made of limestone and sand, is also known as the Green Mountain for the bushes and trees that flourish there, thanks to the 300 millimeters of rainfall it obtains annually. One among Oman’s most visited tourist destinations, Jebel Akhdar is known for its walnut orchards, fruit orchards, and date plantations. It also has a distinctive rose water aroma filtered and distributed to neighboring settlements’ homes. Hence, you’ll have an incredible journey that pleases the whole of your emotions with Jebel Akhdar!
Grand Canyon of Oman:- Suppose you have already experienced the beautiful Jebel Akhdar, the green mountains of Oman. Why not also go for an excursion trip to the Grand Canyon of Oman, known as Jebel Shams or the mountain of the sun? In that case, why not also experience the largest mountain range of Oman? It would give out some of the best breathtaking views you cannot come across in any other place in Oman. Like before, you need to hire a driver that would take care of all the directions and drive, which would help you reach Jebel Shams, which stands at the height of 2000 meters. If you want to get the best out of your trip, you can choose to take a quick off-route tour for 30 minutes that will take you to Wadi Ghul, an abandoned old village residing around the area of Jebel Shams that is also referred to as the Grand Canyon of Arabia.
Jabel al Harim:- Jabel al Harim is also known as the mountain of women. Jabel al Harim is the highest peak of the Musandam, about 2080 meters above sea level. The Jabel al Harim has got some beautiful vistas and spectacular inspiring landscapes. This place mainly attracts tourists with the new soft green grass around the spring. You can also view the beautiful scenery of the Strait of Hormuz.
Jebel Shams :- Hike above Oman’s Grand Canyon, the highest peak in the GCC, he reaches 10,000 feet. Spend the first night of this memorable trip at Base Camp 1, enjoying a hot dinner with spectacular mountain views. The next day begins with a short 5km uphill hike to reach Camp 2. Once at the top, sit back and take in the breathtaking views of Wadi al-Sathan and the rest of Oman from a 10,000-foot drop.