Beauty of Wadi Dima wa’Tayeen Dima Wa Al Tayeen Municipality, 25, Dima Wattayeen, Oman

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Wadi Dima is another Oman wadi located in Wilayat Dima Wa Al Tayeen in Al Sharqiyah region. Wadi Dima and Wadi Al Tayeen merge and flow into Wadi Dhayqah Dam in Qurayat.

Wadi Dima is an excellent spot for a BBQ trip and trekking. This place will make your picnic a pleasant one with its water pools and smooth rocks.

The place is rugged and remote, Dima wa’Tayeen in the Sharqiya region, is distinctively unique from other wadis in Oman. Such a mountainous and barren landscape with abundant water supply cannot be found anywhere else in the Sultanate of Oman.

This beauty of nature makes a tour of this wadi so rewarded, both for nature lovers and for people looking for some off-road driving adventure.

The area lies between two mountain ranges, the northern border is the wilayat of Quriyat separated by the formidable Eastern Hajar peaks..

The majority of its residents live in some 51 villages, which mainly frame the fringes of the wilayat’s major wadis. Hundreds of tranquil streams criss cross the terrain which eventually meet up with the four giant wadis. The wilayat got its name from two big wadis — Dima and Tayeen.

These two wadis meet at Al Ghayyan village and thereafter flow as one wadi, known as Wadi Tayeen. At Ghubrat at Tam, it makes a spectacle breach of the Jebel Aswad mountain range, thereupon it is called as Wadi Dayqah.

One hour drive from the Wali’s office at Mehlah, along the course of Wadi Tayeen, will get you to the Devil’s Gap. This is the mouth of the canyon where Wadi Dayqah begins its sumptuous course through an 18-km long gorge.

Because of the remarkably rugged terrain, intersected by numerous wadis and streams, there were no paved roads to reach the wadi. The construction plans are going here to link Dima wa’Tayeen with the Muscat-Sur higway. Now enjoying Dima wa’ Tayeen’s landscape needs a 4 wheel drive vehicle.

Numerous hilly offroad paths will take you to remote stretches of the wilayat, across scores of bumbling streams and virgin springs which is a beautiful sight around the wilayat.

The place will provide much for off-road driving; ,if it is your passion. With the combination of rugged terrain and watercourses promise motoring adventure of a high pitch.

Among the many scenic spots of the wilayat is a spot called Al Madbagah situated at the foot of Jebel al Abyadh (also called White Mountain), which is part of the ragged Eastern Hajar mountains.

From a deep cleft in the mountain flows a perennial stream that, after a spell of rains, turns into a surging torrent. A network of al falaj channels for watering date palm gardens and other fruit gardens in Al Madbagah.

In ancient times, Dima wa’Tayeen was renowned for its pedigree Arabian horses. Fine mountain horses, it is said, were exported by dhows to India and elsewhere in return for attractive sums of money or valuable goods.

Furthermore, the wilayat was among the first areas in the area to grow date palm trees. Date saplings from this section were first exported to other wilayats, spawning date palm groves in other regions of Sultanate.

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Wadi Dima is another Oman wadi located in Wilayat Dima Wa Al Tayeen in Al Sharqiyah region. Wadi Dima and Wadi Al Tayeen merge and flow into Wadi Dhayqah Dam in Qurayat.

Wadi Dima is an excellent spot for a BBQ trip and trekking. This place will make your picnic a pleasant one with its water pools and smooth rocks.

The place is rugged and remote, Dima wa’Tayeen in the Sharqiya region, is distinctively unique from other wadis in Oman. Such a mountainous and barren landscape with abundant water supply cannot be found anywhere else in the Sultanate of Oman.

This beauty of nature makes a tour of this wadi so rewarded, both for nature lovers and for people looking for some off-road driving adventure.

The area lies between two mountain ranges, the northern border is the wilayat of Quriyat separated by the formidable Eastern Hajar peaks..

The majority of its residents live in some 51 villages, which mainly frame the fringes of the wilayat’s major wadis. Hundreds of tranquil streams criss cross the terrain which eventually meet up with the four giant wadis. The wilayat got its name from two big wadis — Dima and Tayeen.

These two wadis meet at Al Ghayyan village and thereafter flow as one wadi, known as Wadi Tayeen. At Ghubrat at Tam, it makes a spectacle breach of the Jebel Aswad mountain range, thereupon it is called as Wadi Dayqah.

One hour drive from the Wali’s office at Mehlah, along the course of Wadi Tayeen, will get you to the Devil’s Gap. This is the mouth of the canyon where Wadi Dayqah begins its sumptuous course through an 18-km long gorge.

Because of the remarkably rugged terrain, intersected by numerous wadis and streams, there were no paved roads to reach the wadi. The construction plans are going here to link Dima wa’Tayeen with the Muscat-Sur higway. Now enjoying Dima wa’ Tayeen’s landscape needs a 4 wheel drive vehicle.

Numerous hilly offroad paths will take you to remote stretches of the wilayat, across scores of bumbling streams and virgin springs which is a beautiful sight around the wilayat.

The place will provide much for off-road driving; ,if it is your passion. With the combination of rugged terrain and watercourses promise motoring adventure of a high pitch.

Among the many scenic spots of the wilayat is a spot called Al Madbagah situated at the foot of Jebel al Abyadh (also called White Mountain), which is part of the ragged Eastern Hajar mountains.

From a deep cleft in the mountain flows a perennial stream that, after a spell of rains, turns into a surging torrent. A network of al falaj channels for watering date palm gardens and other fruit gardens in Al Madbagah.

In ancient times, Dima wa’Tayeen was renowned for its pedigree Arabian horses. Fine mountain horses, it is said, were exported by dhows to India and elsewhere in return for attractive sums of money or valuable goods.

Furthermore, the wilayat was among the first areas in the area to grow date palm trees. Date saplings from this section were first exported to other wilayats, spawning date palm groves in other regions of Sultanate.

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