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i discover this place by searching on google maps and Oman natural places, it is a great adventure if you are ready for that kind of trips, you must have 4X4 Car to go up to the cave opening, try to avoid the rainy days,...More
This place is off the route and driving on steep graded road can be challenging. A good place for camping and stargazing at night. Best for cave exploring in oman. Tranquility at its best.
Safe trip to all!
I was very lucky to be invited by the Ministry of Tourism to descend and explore this cave. And it is superb. It's well worth a visit even if it is closed. The drive up the hill is 'exiting' to say the least and the...More
After visiting wadi arbaeen, because of curiosity we decided to visit salma plateau. a dusty 30 minutes ascend and it will really test your skills on offroad driving, not only a winding road its also steep. the best way to go up is through fins,...More
The cave is spectacular you can only see it from the top and as it is closed to adventures you can't climb down or anything. But their are other caves in the area that are open to adventurers we climbed another cave in the same...More
One of the largest caves in the world but untapped despite its proximity to the Wadi Bani Khalid (the wonderful oasis) and has a huge hole suitable for adventurers who are interested in skydiving, but still closed treasure
First time I went there had to walk there from Ibra side of the mountains. Took a whole day to get there. Now you can drive up the Jebel from the Tiwi coast. The drive-up is somrthing else. But worth the view when yopu get...More
No public access unless you request a permit from the government. Better have a good reason to be wanting to abseiling down a couple hundred feet of rope, remember you've got to get back up again. The cave is a collosal space
I’m not really sure why the Majilis Al Jinn is on here as an attraction, as going into the cave is not something visitors can experience without prior permission from the authorities.
The site is also completely inaccessible unless you have a very good 4x4...More