To add to the adventure, the camp also offers buggies for riding. We took them for a spin and it was real fun as it was the ATV's natural playground. By this time, we were really exhausted and the camp started serving snacks just at the right time. Fruits, Karak Chai and the famous Omani dates were offered for snacks. After all of this, we were really tired and wanted to take a nap so we went to our rooms.
Post our nap, we freshened up and decided to take a walk because the camp was really silent and a cool, pleasant breeze had taken over the area. After our walk, we noticed a group of local Omani residents were playing the local folk music and dancing. We relaxed there for a while and then went for dinner. It was an open and a spacious dining hall. They had ensured to make some vegetarian food for us otherwise mostly they served the local cuisine which was pre-dominantly non-vegetarian. The food was surprising delicious and the dal (split pulses) was the highlight.
If the day-time offers sunset, sand dune safari and buggy rides, the night-time brings along the perfect environment to relax under the starlit sky with family and friends. The mobile networks also take a break which definitely helps you have interesting conversations like in those times where technology had not overpowered our brains. After lengthy conversations and a walk on the camp, we then called it a day and went to sleep in our simple functional rooms.
We got up in the morning and went for breakfast which comprised of juices, eggs, ful medames and pita bread, tea, coffee, bread and cornflakes. Post breakfast, we snapped some photos in the broad daylight of Wahiba Sands. Then the father-son duo picked us up to drive us back to the place where we had parked our car.