Adventure tourism is one of the types of tourism that characterizes the Sultanate of Oman due to the diversity of its geographical topography, which draws adventurers to go through this experience and see geological discoveries and heritage landmarks.
Among these places is the village of Masirah al-Sharqiyyin, which is located in the Wilayat of Jabal al-Akhdar in the Governorate of A’Dakhiliyah, at an altitude of 1,400 meters beyond sea level, and it is about five kilometres away from the nearest village. On it to irrigate the village farms.
The village witnesses an active tourist movement throughout the whole year due to its calm climate during the summer and winter seasons.
Salem bin Khalaf al-Shuraiqi, one of the villagers, said that many stone houses in the village had been converted into warehouses for agricultural products, fertilizers and other tools after their owners abandoned them. It also includes a mosque and some heritage and historical monuments.
This village is regarded as one of the agricultural villages, as there are a number of trees such as palms, bananas, quinces, lemons, figs, Peaches, Mangoes, peaches, and many types of fruits, in addition to all seasonal crops which are grown as per seasons, such as garlic, onions, Corn, lettuce, radishes, cabbage, tomatoes, okra, and jalan.