Whether you are a regular adventure seeker or simply looking for a quick escape from your busy city life, you will love Dhabab and the natural wonders it has to offer.
You can interact with the local community, swim with fish and turtles, explore the amazing wadis, hike or bike towards gorgeous sunset or just simply relax listening to the sound of the sea.
There is so much to experience and Dhabab has it all, from mountains, to beautiful beaches and lush wadis. Be our guest and enjoy the wonders of Dhabab!
Start your day swimming with turtles just few meters off shore, snorkel or dive in the hidden spots of the coast, go dolphin watching or game fishing with the best of Dhabab’s fishermen. Build up your joy jet skiing, wake boarding, banana and doughnut riding, surfing, kite surfing, fly boarding or kayaking.
Take advantage of being by the most beautiful, warm and transparently clear waters of the Gulf of Oman. There is abundance of fish and turtles foraging just few meters of shore
Wadi Al Arbaeen is magnificent wadi is located just a few minutes’ drive from the Resort. Once there, you will feel as if transported to a different world. Surrounded by magnificent mountains, you can sit in the shallow water and watch the small fish play. Trees, tall grass and clear water pools will keep you cool.
Go for a bike ride along a beautiful coast and dip yourself in, in an emerald-tinted pool sunken 20m under the ground level. The Hawiyat Al Najm Park occurred naturally due to limestone erosion and the collapse of the rocks. It is located in fenced, landscaped and toilet-equipped Hawiyat Najm Park only 7km from the Resort.
One of Oman’s continuously-flowing wadis. You can admire picturesque rock formations on the way towards the spectacular dam. And then, sitting beneath it, under the shade of a palm tree, enjoy your picnic and let the calm water flow relax your senses. 52km, 40 minutes’ drive from the Resort
Ras AI Hadd Turtle Reserve is located in Ras AI Jinz fishing village with the pristine beach, world wild known as a nesting spot of the endangered green turtle. This is the only place where you can be guided to watch the nesting process of these amazing sea creatures. 125km, 1.5hr drive from the Resort
Sur was an important port city in ancient times, providing a gate way for trade. It is famous for building Omani Dhow- a traditional wooden vessel, that has been used for centuries sailing goods between Arabian Peninsula, India and East Africa. You can visit the yards and admire the old craft of dhow building used till today. 85km, 50 minutes drive from the Resort