Wadi Tiwi is one of the most beautiful wadis in Oman. It will delight those who love hiking and beautiful landscapes.
Even though there is a road along the wadi, I advise to do the path on foot because it is very narrow and sometimes dangerous. Besides, on foot, the discovery will only be all the more charming.
Wadi Tiwi is a little less popular than its neighbor Wadi Shab. However, it is really worth discovering. The landscapes alternate between oases, palm groves, and villages. An interesting feature, is that Wadi Tiwi is inhabited, which is quite rare
and more interesting, because you can stop in the villages on the way and meet the locals. That's what happened to me. Shortly after stating my hike, an Omani came up to me and started a conversation. He turned out to be the Sheikh of the wadi. He gave me a tour of the wadi and the palm grove and offered me tea. At then end of this little tour, he even invited me to eat with his family. This totally unexpected encounter remains one of the best memories of my stay in Oman