The Jebel Akhar, meaning( the Green Mountain), is part of the Al Hajar Mountains range in Ad Dakhiliyah Governorate of Oman. It extends about 300 km (186 mi) northwest to southeast, between 50–100 km (31–62 mi) inland from the Gulf of Oman coast, and is one of Oman’s most spectacular areas. The highest point, Jebel Shams (Mountain of the Sun), is around 3,000 meters (around 9,800 feet) high. This mostly limestone mountain is the highest point in Oman and the whole of eastern Arabia. Jebel Akhdar forms the central section of the Al Hajar Mountains range and is located around 150 km (93 mi) from Muscat. The range is mostly desert, but at higher altitudes receives around 300 mm (12 in) of precipitation annually - moist enough to allow the growth of shrubs and trees and support agriculture. It is this that gives the mountains their "green" name.Cool summers provide the visitor with fresh air surrounded by breathtaking views of the stony mountainsides.
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One of the Oman Tourist attractions) - the ancient Capital of Oman for a short walk. the most famous spot among all tourist Spots in Oman. Nizwa is o.. read more
the most interesting are the Friday Cattle where the locals from the nearby Villages come to sell their donkeys, goats, cattle, sheep, and chickens .n.. read more
Nizwa Souk ,the most Famous Souk among Local Omani Souks .there you can find fish, meat, vegetables, pottery, jewelers, handicrafts and souvenirs whi.. read more
Wadi Habib is a wonderful place to explore.especially if you are curious and looking for something new. Here, atop Jebal Akhdar, you will discover the.. read more
The Jebel Akhtar, Jabal Akhdar or Al Jabal Al Akhdar, is part of the Al Hajar Mountains range in Ad Dakhiliyah Governorate of Oman... read more
The tour starts when you board our 4 WD Vehicle with your Private Guide then head to Nizwa " one of the famous Oman tourist attractions" -the well- known old Capital Of Oman and the most famous spot among all tourist Spots in Oman.Start your tour by Visiting Nizwa Souk ,the most Famous Souk among Local Omani Souks .there you can find fish, meat, vegetables, pottery, jewelers, handicrafts and souvenirs which are sold by Locals .the most interesting is the Friday Cattle where the locals from the nearby Villages come to sell their donkeys, goats, cattle, sheep, and chickens .next to the Souk is the Nizwa Fort Which dates back to Mid of the 17th century .the fort offers scenic views to the ancient town and the surrounding mountains.
Then head to Birkat Al Muz (About 40 Minutes Driving) it lies at the Foot OF Jebal Akhdar, is famous for its ruins villages and Banana Plantation.From here we came to our last Stop the Jebal Akhdar which offer marvelous scenic views and interesting walking through valleys where you can see the green Plantation and rose Green which is famous for. The plateau remains one of the most beautiful places in the Western Hajar, There are interesting walks in Wadi Bani Habib, Shrejaya, Al Ain and Aqur.Head Back to Muscat .this Tour should be on you top listed tours to do in Oman .vacation Packages Oman highly recommend Al Jabal Al Akhdar Especially for families.
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Prices are quoted in US Dollars per person per trip and valid until April 30.2018, except during Easter, Christmas 2018 and New Year 2019's holidays.
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