Al Ains Beehive Tombs

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  • Address: Al Dhahira region, Oman, Nizwa
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Archaeological Site

If you enjoy the history of mankind and love to watch an archaeological site, Al Ain’s Beehive Tombs is the preferred place to you. You will find that this place has some stunning view with a lot of things to do. You can see the unblemished tombs, towers and rest of settlements made up of colored stones of Bronze Age from the roadside. Near this place you will have to go for hiking and camping on a wadi. You will be speechless to see many caves at this site. It is exciting to meander among them for deciding the reason of it at Al Ain’s Beehive Tombs.

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  • Al Ains Beehive Tombs Address: Al Dhahira region, Oman, Nizwa
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  • 9.34% of people who visit Nizwa include Al Ains Beehive Tombs in their plan

  • 55.56% of people start their Al Ains Beehive Tombs visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Al Ains Beehive Tombs

Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Al Ains Beehive Tombs

People normally club together Nizwa Fort Gate and Jabal Shems Heights while planning their visit to Al Ains Beehive Tombs.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Al Ains Beehive Tombs Reviews & Ratings

  • Amazing place to visit and see. These tombs are something like 5000 years old! They're already almost in ruins through wear over the centuries, and I just hope it doesn't get any more dilapidated.

  • Incredible place to visit. Must go.

  • Wonderful experience of long drive n seeing something which is still exist. One must see I would say once worth visiting especially for the expats.......

  • It's little hard identify the location,since there's no Sign board to guide. We went as per the maps and roughly we drove in a wadi. Only 4x4 can reach closer. We've to climb up to see the spot. Climbing in hill is not that tough. Worth watching once.

  • Lovely place for people who like to visit old archeological sites.. worth visiting..

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