Bimmah Sinkhole - Lake Filled with Turquoise Water
Boating Activity in Wadi Shab
Top View of Wadi Shab
Wadi Shab Mountains Surrounding the Lake
Emerald Green Water of Wadi Shab Lake
Hiking Trials in Wadi Sahib
Swimming in Wadi Shab
Wadi Bani Khalid, Oman
How To Reach Wadi Shab
How to Reach Wadi Shab
The best way to reach Wadi Shab is to fly to Muscat and then drive to Sur.
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How to reach Wadi Shab by flight
It's best to fly into Muscat International Airport. From there, you can take a bus, rent a car, or hire a cab to take you to Wadi Shab in Sur.
How to reach Wadi Shab by road
It is best to rent a car and drive to Sur. The trip will take around 2 hours. You can rent cars from Speedy Oman, ArabiaCars or Sixt Rent a Car. Prices vary depending on what car you choose. All these companies require for you to show them your international driving permit as it is illegal to drive in Oman without one. Alternatively, you could hire a cab, but taxi drivers are a bit reluctant to drive that far.
How to reach Wadi Shab by train
From nearby cities. Talk about connectivity, compare different services (if any)
How to reach Wadi Shab by bus
From Muscat, you can take a bus from Ruwi. Buses go at 7:30 as well as 14:30. The trip from Ruwi to Sur takes around 4.5-5 hours. It costs OMR 4.
How to reach Wadi Shab by Waterways
From nearby cities.
Local transport in Wadi Shab
There is no public transport that can take you from Sur to Wadi Shab. One will have to drive down in a private vehicle or hire a taxi.