Monday, February 24

Wadi Walkers

The title speaks for itself, if your familiar with "Wadis" (Arabic: واديwādī) is the Arabic term traditionally referring to a valley. In some cases, it may refer to a dry (ephemeral) riverbed that contains water only during times of heavy rain or simply an intermittent stream (thank you wiki)

Wadi Bani Khalid

It all started nine years ago when Andrea Hall (from New Zealand), Janet Doolan and her husband Steve (from Canada) decided to walk wadis after missing out nature and fresh air in the gyms. Over the years, the group swelled up with people from different countries including Canada, Australia, New Zealand, France, UK, Germany, India…from all over the world.
What set this group apart is the mere fact that they come from different nationalities and the wonderful blend of people who got to know each other for the past odd 7 years or so. Wadi Walkers stand out from the rest for the great trust members have in each other, the mutual respect, the fun involved and the great care for each other.

From Muscat it takes you even less than 30-40 minutes to reach wadis, many having water, pictographs, falajs. The Wadi Walkers, so far, has identified at least 20 different wadis, the main ones and their tributaries, in and around Muscat. It makes for a fun weekend adventure to discover a new topography of what this beautiful country has to offer - each trip is different and filled with fun.

How can you be a part of this group? send an e-mail to to join the trips.


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