Oman is made for camping. With mountains, deserts, wadis, and beaches. A seemingly endless array of unique and beautiful locations await the adventurous camper, and even the most popular camp spots are hardly overrun. From October to March, daytime temperatures hover just below 30 degrees and the nights range from cool to warm – almost perfect camping weather. In addition to the country’s natural advantages, wild camping is legal and regarded as perfectly normal. And to top it all off, the people you meet are welcoming, hospitable and friendly.

DAY 1,


Our Airport representative at Muscat International Airport will meet the guests in the Arrival hall and handover 4wd to them with other necessary camping gears.

Your hotel stay is booked for tonight at Tulip Inn Muscat. You will be having a short Orientation with our camping expert before you head to wild camping

Overnight in Tulip Inn Muscat

DAY 2,

Camp at Bandar Al Khiran

GPS Coordinates: 23.5165, 58.7427

Breakfast at Hotel

Only an hour away from Muscat, this rocky cove is the perfect place to start or end your Oman wild camping road trip. Accessible by 4WD from the road above, the rough trail descends steeply towards the shore. Sat below sandy orange cliffs, the rocky beach curves around a secluded inlet of brilliant blue water. When the tide is high, it’s perfect for swimming, and when it’s low, you can wade out through the channel or round to the neighboring beach. Just remember to check the tide levels online before you go, look at the tide line when you arrive, and pitch your tent accordingly.

Overnight in Mobile tent

DAY 3,

Camping at FINS Beach

GPS Coordinates: 22.9010, 59.2229

If you are seeking to commune with nature, there are several beautiful destinations in Oman that assure you one; but if you are looking for an animated conversation, Fins is the place to be. Despite the throng of campers occupying some of the prime spots around the beach on weekends, it has little crannies that open up magnificent vistas of the beach and the surrounding fishing village. For a nature lover, this is as close to paradise as one could get in the vicinity of Muscat. It is a sojourn that dictates an ode to the nature.

Overnight in Mobile tent

DAY 4,

Camping at RAS AL HADD Beach

GPS Coordinates : 22.517 59.767

The area around Ras Al Hadd is best known for turtle watching. The Ras Al Jinz Turtle Reserve offers turtle watching tours every night. However, if you are not a fan of tour groups, then consider staying for a night or two at this wild camping spot. A tiny stretch of sand between Ras Al Hadd and Ras Al Jinz frequented only by some fisherman, and of course the occasional turtle.

To reach this heaven for wild camping, a four-wheel drive is absolutely necessary since the “path” leading here is peppered with spiky stones and hardly deserves the name.

Overnight in Mobile tent

DAY 5,


GPS Coordinates: 22.1028° N, 58.7592° E

The Sharqiya Sands is a region of desert in Oman, The region was named for the Bani Wahiba tribe. divided between the northern and southern governorates in the Eastern Region. The area is defined by a boundary of 180 kilometers north to south and 80 kilometers east to west, with an area of 12,500 square kilometers.  Finding ideal location for the camping is not difficult at all. You can choose the location as per your preference.

Recommended is little near to any camp

Overnight in Mobile tent

DAY 6,


GPS Coordinates: 20.3797, 58.6626

The west coast is characterized by small and intimate white sand beaches; the east coast features sprawling golden sand beaches, battered by rough seas. While there are plenty of interesting places to camp on the east, the fierce winds stopped us from staying there. Many beaches on the east coast are also turtle breeding grounds, attracting an incredible 40% of the world’s Loggerhead turtles. The nesting beaches are well signposted and it’s important not to drive or camp on any of them.

The beaches on the west – at least when we visited – were much better for camping. The GPS coordinates above mark our only campsite on Masirah. It was a great spot with good protection from the wind. We tried to set up elsewhere on the second night but the wind had other ideas – if you have better luck then you’ll find this gorgeous spot at 20.3490, 58.6398.

Overnight in Mobile tent

DAY 7,


GPS Coordinates : 23.1429° N, 57.5320° E

Jebel Akhdar Oman is a green area on the Sayq plateau which is considered by many, especially the locals, as one of the top things to do in the Sultanate. It is also known as Al Jabal Al Akhdar or JabalAkdhar or the Green Mountain Oman. Now accessed via a steep modern road, the plateau offers wadis, terraces, and stunning mountain views. One can easily find a nice camping location.

Overnight in Mobile tent

DAY 8,

Camping in JABAL SHAMS

GPS Coordinates:23.2063, 57.2032

Jebel Shams has the potential to be one of your busiest wild campsites in Oman. It is one of the country’s most popular areas for tourists. Two exclusive resorts sit on the high plateau, many people camp, and even more visit on day trips from Nizwa, Misfat Al Abriyeen and such like. The most popular place to camp is on the rim of Oman’s Grand Canyon, and there are several options available.

The sunset and twilight views over the canyon were breathtaking. To top it off there’s a narrow trail round to the left, overhanging rock above, canyon falling away below – your very own balcony walk. It’s an awesome spot, wild camping at its best.

Things to do in Jebel Akhdar include hikes, old villages, wadis, water sources

Overnight in Mobile tent

DAY 9,

Camping in WADI BANI AUF

GPS Coordinates:23.1904° N, 57.3878° E

WadiBaniAwf also spelled WadiBaniAwuf, is a large wadi in wilayat Al Rustaq in the South Batinah Governorate of Oman. The wadi covers a large area with several villages and lots of cool attractions worth visiting, including the well-known Snake Canyon! WadiBaniAwf offers some of the best off-road driving you experience in Oman – with beautiful scenery and stunning cliffs and canyons throughout. The route connects several villages, including the scenic BaladSayat village, and extends across the Hajar Mountains portion separating Al Batinah from Al Dakhiliyah region.

You can easily find good location for the camping. Recommended Camping spot is apposite of BiladSyat Village.

Overnight in Mobile tent

DAY 10,

Tulip Inn

Explore Batinah

You can visit WadiNakhal – Nakhal Fort and spring – Rustaq Fort, etc.

Later in the afternoon drive to Muscat.

Check-in at Tulip Inn Muscat

Overnight in Tulip Inn Muscat

DAY 11,


Breakfast in Hotel

1200 Hrs (Standard check out time) Transfer to Airport to board your flight back home.


1st Option Mobile Camping
2nd Option Rooftop Camping


Payment Policy

50% payment upon the confirmation.

50% payment 15 days prior to arrival.

Cancellation Policy

If cancelled 21 days prior to the arrival, no cancellation charges apply.

If cancelled less than 21 days 100% of the total invoice will be applied as cancellation charge.