Duration: 1 Day
Location: Oman
Price: $ 445 for Two Persons
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“AlHoota Cave” in the southern part of Al Jabal Al Akhdar (Green Mountain), specifically near Wilayat Al Hamra in Ad A’Dakhiliyah Governorate. It is about two hours’ drive away from Muscat and half an hour from Nizwa. Al Hoota Cave was discovered by residents hundreds of years ago, and its name derives from the village where it is located.
The cave extends for 5 kilometers underground, but it may only be accessed for a distance of 860 meters, ending at Cave Lake. Perhaps the visitor to this cave, passing through the surrounding area on his way there, will find proof of the claim that “caves are the underground equivalent of the landscapes we see above ground, like valleys, streams, and springs.” This cave has two holes through which water cascading from the mountain top enters via the (ALHoota) hole and exits through the other (AlFalaah) hole after passing through the connected cave passageways.
AlHoota Cave Lake:
Al Hoota Cave Lake is located at the end of a footpath. It is 20 meters deep, but there are many parts whose depth surpasses that. It is rumored that it extends up to Tanuf Valley in wilayat Nizwa. The lake contains several species of blind fish: some are without eyes but have long bristles to sense their food, while others have very small eyes. Also living in the lake is a rare type of blind fish, colored a translucent pink so that you can see the skeleton of these small fish.


Trip includes :

  • Instructor and full equipment (Helmet -Climbing belt -Climbing ropes)
  • Transport to/from
  • Water / soft drinks
  • first aid

What to bring/wear:

  • Small and suitable backpack, waterproof camera or case!
  • Sportswear + Athletic Shoe.
  • Lighting lamps (head lamp + flashlight flashlight + reserve + spare battery)
  • It is advisable to bring a medium sized back- pack so that you can carry your water
  • Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothes that you can swim in and bring a change of clothes for the journey back.
    A sense of adventure!
  • Light comfortable trainers. (which will get wet)


Day 1 :
Walking inside the cave requires approximately one hour, during which we will cut off the ability of 4 km and perhaps we need a larger imaging time, a very large and roomy cave at home and does not require any part of it crawling or bending, but because of the presence of large rocks in the road – the path of the valley – may require us go down and sometimes jumping and climbing in some places, will be with us for the rope reserve in case we had to. Then we get to the big lake at the end of the cave, and this point is the end of the path. When the lake takes a long break and take pictures. One hour, after which we begin the journey back to the cave entrance in the same way and the mechanism of entering the cave with track.

Times :
Hotel pick-up at 6am (or to suit if 3+ guests)
Hotel drop-off by 4pm