Adam , The Wilayat of Adam is in the south of the Dakhiliyah Governorate and fringes on the wilayats of Bahla, Manah and lzki toward the north, Mahawt and Haima toward the south, al Mudhaibi toward the east and Ibri toward the west. It is 234 Kilometers from the Governorate of Muscat
quarters and archeological locales. Explorers headed for the Wusta Governorate and the Governorate of Dhofar visit in Adam.
The pile of Jabal al Midhmar toward the north of Adam and Jabal Salkh toward the west are among the most alluring places of interest in the Wilayat of Adam with their trees, green slants, gazelles, bunnies, foxes and other wild creatures.
In the mid year months the bedouin of the Wusta Governorate relocate to the Wilayat of Adam for the date collect and construct transitory palm-frond safe houses to shield themselves from the warmth. Around evening time the shine of their lights and the far off bleating of their sheep and goats give an incomparable appeal to the scene. Throughout the years the bedouin have built up little settlements which they come back to on numerous occasions on their late spring relocations and some have selected to set up lasting towns like San’aa, al Samiti, Majazah, Wadi Halfain, Ras al Jabal, al Ghabitah, al Hajir, al Ghaidhranah and Qam al Alam, which get government support and now have power administrations and present day lodging.
The Wilayat of Adam has consistently been a rest stop for exchanging troops heading out to and from the Governorate of Dhofar and it has in this manner been possessed since old occasions. Stone Age destinations found in at Hawshi area, including hints of round stone structures, are however to be the most seasoned locales in the wilayat. The vestiges of an old souq at al Natlah are proof of the wilayat’s business thriving in previous occasions.
Adam’s old private quarters incorporate al Jami’, Harat Bani Sheeban, at Rahbah, al Rawghah, al Ain and Harat Bani Wa’il. Its various antiquated mosques incorporate the Harat al Jami’ mosque, which was worked toward the finish of the main portion of the tenth century AH (center of the sixteenth century AD) and has a fine designed gypsum mihrab. It has been reestablished to its previous greatness. The old mosque of al Rahbah
is the wilayat’s symbol.
The wilayat is taken care of by four qflaj – the aflaj of al Malih, al Ain, al Shari’ and at Fulaij; it additionally has two springs – the sulfur spring of Ain Namah, just as Ain al Rakhim – notwithstanding a few artesian wells which water broad zones of farmland, date forests and plantations of citrus and different natural products.
Approximately 120 Kilometers south of the Wilayat of Adam are two salt mines – Qarat al Milh and Qarat al Kibrit. Both these territories have salt developments of incredible topographical relic and – very separated from their business esteem – are of significant logical significance. Table salt is cut in obstructs from these mines and sold in the nearby markets. In the past the crude salt from Qarat al Milh gave a noteworthy wellspring of pay for the individuals of the wilayat, while Qarat al Kibrit likewise created sulfur which was utilized to treat wounds.