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Nine Omanis come together to form adventure tourism company

Nine Omanis come together to form adventure tourism company

In 2018 alone, the company performed adventure trips for 100 folks from 30 nations. Speaking to Muscat Daily, Ahmed al Rayami, co-founder of company mentioned, “It was in 2014, we connected via the Instagram and have since organised several trips to discover the beauty of Oman.”

While 4 of the team members are from Muscat, 4 are from Sur and a single is from wilayat of Sinaw. The other members of the group are Issa el Sawafi, Salem al Ghailani, Abdullah al Ghailani, Ayoub al Balushi, Assem al Balushi, Hamad al Mukhaini, Ali al Makhini and Hussein Al-Makhzoumi The company that was registered with the Ministry of Tourism (MoT) in 2016 also seeks to inform citizens of their country’s immense adventure possible. “Oman is a land of caves, wadis and mountains. We aim to raise awareness about adventure trips in our society,” mentioned Rayami.

He added that his team members have completed mountain climbing courses in Britain and Dubai. “We have organised trips to several mountain areas, wadis and caves such as Wadi Shab, Wadi al Arbaeen, Wadi Taab, Wadi Tiwi, Al Tahiri Cave, Al Hoota cave, Wadi Bani Khalid, Umaq Beer, Jebel Shams, Wakan Village and Wadi Bani Owaf.”

The company guarantees that all security measures are in location just before each and every trip. “We carry helmets, ropes, special climbing tools, life jackets, Thuraya satellite phones for off-grid areas and first-aid kit during trips,” mentioned Rayami.

The firm has organised trips for adventure enthusiasts from nations such as Canada, the Philippines, Spain, Kuwait, Germany, England, Qatar, America, South Africa, Belgium, Ireland and Brazil.

The group can be contacted @wadi.adventure on Facebook or Instagram.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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