Located in Wilayat Dimma At Tayyin in the A'Sharqiyah North Governorate, at a distance of 10 kilometres from the centre of the district to the east, and is characterised by the presence of many rock formations of varying colours.
Estimated to be over 2 million years old, Al Hoota Cave is located at the foot of Jabal Shams, Oman’s epic mountain. It is the first and only show cave in the Arabian Peninsula with a total length of around 4.5 kilometres, of which just 500 metres is accessible to the general public.
The cave’s uniqueness lies in its extreme luminosity that looks like marble, which earned it the name of "the marble cave". Al Kittan Cave houses beautiful geological formations and rock engravings.
It overlooks the Arabian Sea and Al Mughsayl fountains (blow-holes), In monsoon, when sea levels rise and water currents become more active, the running water rips through the rock cavities, resulting in the surge of the water fountain, noted for its outstanding beauty. The sound of the gushing water lends the place a unique ambience of its own.
Jarnan Cave is located in Wilayat Izki in A' Dakhiliyah Governorate at the foot of the Halfeen Valley below the ancient AlNizar village. The cave also enjoys a strategic location at Wilayat Izki in the interior governorate.
Majlis al Jinn, also Majlis al-Jinn (Arabic: مجلس الجن, meeting/gathering place of the Jinn, local name: Khoshilat Maqandeli) is the second-largest known cave chamber in the world, as measured by the surface area of the floor. It ranks lower when measured by volume. The cave is located in a remote area of the Selma Plateau at 1,380 metres above sea level in the Sultanate of Oman, 100 km south-east from Muscat.
Tawi Atair Sinkhole Oman is the most famous sinkhole in the Dhofar (Dofar) governorate. This sink hole is located in Tawi Atair, which is quite famous among the vacationers as it is near the main tourist attractions like Wadi Darbat, Mirbat, Samharam Archeological Site, Tayq (Teeq) Cave, Taqa, Anti-Gravity Point and Souly Beach.