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Oman's Grand Canyon, also known as Wadi Ghul or Wadi Nakhar, is a breathtaking natural wonder in the Al Dakhliya region, boasting stunning vistas, deep gorges, and exhilarating hiking trails, including the famous Balcony Walk, offering visitors an unforgettable adventure through one of the country's most awe-inspiring landscapes.

A mesmerizing valley nestled in northeastern Oman, Wadi Nakher, is often referred to as the “Grand Canyon of the Middle East.” This stunning gorge features towering limestone cliffs, picturesque waterfalls, and narrow passes, offering visitors a unique and unforgettable experience.
The name is derived from the local word “nakhr,” meaning erosion, which aptly describes the geological formation of the canyon. Over time, water erosion has sculpted the rock layers, resulting in a deep, narrow gully that showcases the area’s rich history and natural beauty.
Additionally, nearby attractions such as Nizwa Fort and Nizwa Souq offer further insights into the region’s history and culture.

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