Sumail The Wilayat of Sumail is a characteristic heaven, a fragrant, obscure nursery with a rich watercourse with developed plots along its banks that streams like a waterway through its center partitioning it in two. Any place the guest looks he will see date palms. The wilayat is celebrated for its dates and it has received the fardh date palm as its emblem.The Wilayat of Sumail is practically somewhere between the Wilayat of Nizwa (75 Kilometers) and the Governorate of Muscat (85 Kilometers). It verges on the Wilayat of Bidbid toward the north, the Western Hajar mountain range toward the west, the Wilayat of Izki toward the south and some distant towns of the Wilayat of Dima wa’l Ta’een toward the east. It has an enormous number of notable structures including strongholds, manors and towers.

A portion of the wilayat’s better-referred to watercourses -, for example, Wadi Bani Rawahah and Wadi Mahram, or Wadi al Sijani with its plantations of sweet oranges – are generally thickly populated with ripe towns. There are around 73 towns in the wilayat including Falaj al Maraghah, Suroor, Seeja, Hail, al Hoob, Luzugh, al Swaireej, al Jeelah, al Khubar and al Madrah. For the water system of their harvests they rely upon water from aflaj like the aflaj of al Samadi, al Muraifa’, al Farsakhi, Abu Ghoul and al Husayyin. The bowl of Wadi Sumail, which f~Some of the wilayat’s better-referred to watercourses -, for example, Wadi Bani Rawahah and Wadi Mahram, or Wadi al Sijani with its plantations of sweet oranges – are generally thickly populated with fruitful towns. There are around 73 towns in the wilayat including Falaj al Maraghah, Suroor, Seeja, Hail, al Hoob, Luzugh, al Swaireej, al Jeelah, al Khubar and al Madrah. For the water system of their harvests they rely upon water from aflaj like the aflaj of al Samadi, al Muraifa’, al Farsakhi, Abu Ghoul and al Husayyin. The bowl of Wadi Sumail, which has its source on the inclines of al Jabal al Akhdhar, is renowned for its springs. About 26 springs have been recorded, including nineteen virus springs (the most popular of these is Ain Ward) and seven underground aquifers (the most popular of these being Ain Manabik). In the town of Seeja there is a spring which ascends at the foot of the mountain and is one of the zone’s visitor