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Wadi Tiwi, Wadi Shab Overview

Emerald coloured pools surrounded with beautiful banana plantations and date palms, Wadi Tiwi is not as famous as Wadi Shab but just as beautiful as the rest. For all of the adventurous folk out there, you can go on a 2-day hike from the wadi to some less explored parts of the region. Carry your own equipment and snacks when visiting Wadi Tiwi as there are no shops in the vicinity as Muscat is the closest city and it is 160 kms away.

A popular trek with a medium difficulty level, wade through the gorges to reach the beautiful Mibam Waterfalls. Camping is also a common activity here with the White Beach Campi Site. The difficulty level of the camping is medium as it is relatively easier than Wadi Shab and Wadi Bani Khalid. 

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Things to Know Before Visiting Wadi Tiwi

  • Go in a 4x4 car as the terrain gets rocky.
  • Bring your own snacks and water as there are no eateries nearby.
  • Carry loads of sunscreen and a hat as the sun gets very harsh and theres very little shade.
  • Carry swimming clothes and a towel. Although you may not be swimming, you'd have to wade through the waters to get to certain places in the Wadi. 
  • Wear sturdy footwear with good grip
  • Carry a waterproof bag for electronic equipment so they dont get damaged when wading through the waters. 

Camping at Wadi Tiwi

If you wish to go camping on your own, you must get all possible equipment, snacks, first aid and more from the Muscat as there are no stores nearby. The Mibam Village is there for emergencies. 
Location: White Beach Camp Site

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