Wadi Bani Khalid, located in Oman and considered one of the most well-known Wadis in the country, is famous for its enormous pools of emerald green water flanked by tall palm trees.
The northern section is a leisure area with palm palms, beautiful lakes, and rock faces for picnics and swimming. In the distance, you will also be able to see bridges, dining places, a restaurant, and smooth rocky cliffs when you look out from this vantage point.
Wadi Bani Khalid is renowned for having a steady flow of water throughout the year, unlike most of the wadis in Oman, which become devoid of water during summer.
Gather with the residents in this picture-perfect paradise to dip in one of the many natural pools of azure water surrounded by rocks and palm trees.
The Hajar Mountains are known for their jaw-dropping beauty and are sometimes referred to as the 'desert paradise.' Steep canyons and cliffs characterize the mountains, and it is a well-known picnic area as well as a popular hiking destination.
The Miqil Cave, found only a few minutes before arriving at the second group of pools, serves as the Wadi Bani Khalid's final point of interest and halting place.