The sand dunes in the Wahiba desert are up to 100m high and are oriented from north to south. The dunes consist of fine yellow-orange sand. The Wahiba desert was formed during the quaternary period after the last regional glaciation as a result of winds blowing in the area.

01 Sand dunes 02 Sand dunes 03 Wahiba desert 04 Vegetation on sand dunes
05 Vegetation on sand dunes 06 Vegetation on sand dunes 07 Vegetation on sand dunes 08 Sand dunes 09 Sand dunes
10 Sand dunes 11 Sand dunes 12 Sand dunes 13 Sand dunes panoramic view
14 Sun and sand dunes 15 Sand dunes panoramic view 16 Wahiba desert 17 Sand dunes panoramic view
18 Sand dunes 19 Sand dunes 20 Sand dunes panoramic view at sunset 21 Vegetation on sand dunes
22 Sand dunes 23 Vegetation on sand dunes 24 Wahiba desert 25 Sand dunes panoramic view at sunset
26 Sand dunes panoramic view at sunset
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