Wahiba Sands has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Vacation advice' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Wahiba Sands had the highest popularity figure in June, 2015.

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9 of the worlds best outdoor swimming pools

[...] truly a unique experience for the travelling gap year student. What a  gorgeous natural wonder Wahiba Sands Equally remote is the 1000 Nights pool in Wahiba Sands. As part of the 1000 Nights camp, [...]


Luxury hotel group GHM Hotels partners with local artists to curate cultural experiences

[...] region for over three centuries. The Chedi Muscat, Oman – A “glamping” excursion to the Wahiba Sands desert where Bedouin women, renowned for their weaving skills, share their generations [...]


Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015

[...] . This image was captured by photographer Javier Aznar González de Rueda on the Oman’s Wahiba Sands. According to him, it was quite difficult to capture this guy because he kept attacking [...]


Travel Photographer of the Year Contest Exhibition

[...] : A sea gypsy spear fishing on the Andaman Sea. (Photo by Cat Vinton) Camel racing, north of Wahiba Sands, Oman. (Photo by Jason Edwards) Kingfisher, Worcestershire, UK. (Photo by Marco Urso) For more [...]


Nizwa: Historical Heart of Oman

[...] city of Al Hamra, the beautiful coastal city of Sur and the sensationally flowing dunes of Wahiba Sands. As the road infrastructure is of good quality, all these destinations are within 2 to 3 hours [...]


Omani People: A Photo Essay

[...] on the sand dune and seemed to be enjoying himself. This was taken at around sunset time at Wahiba Sands. Generally, Omani people don’t like to get their pictures clicked. But, the guy on the [...]


Travel Photographer of the Year 2013: the winners

[...] & emerging cultures – highly commended”) Location: Camel racing, north of Wahiba Sands, Oman Cat Vinton (“Vanishing & emerging cultures – highly commended”) [...]


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