Saham There is nothing odd about the way that the Wilayat of Saham has received the lime tree as its image, in light of the fact that, regardless of its marine custom, it has likewise been famous since its commencement as a focal point of citrus organic product development.

The Wilayat of Saham stretches out from Qasabat Breik in the south to Majaz al Sughra in the north. It verges on the Wilayat of al Musana’ah toward the south and the Wilayat of Sohar toward the north, and it is 200 Kilometers from the Governorate of Muscat. With its 66 towns it has a high populace thickness.

Saham possesses a focal topographical position most of the way along the Batinah coast and connections the north and south of the Sultanate just as the Batinah North Governorate with the wilayats of Yanqul and Ibri in the Dhahirah Governorate. It has various destinations of chronicled enthusiasm including the as of late reestablished Souq Fort. A significant part of the wilayat is under development, the principle ranch land being around the towns of Wadi Bani Umar, al Fulaij and al Rawdhah, and in the rustic regions close to the mountains. Saham’s 23 aflaj are taken care of by the aqueducts of Wadi Ahen, Wadi al Mahmoom, Wadi al Sarmi, Wadi al Shafan and Khor al Milh, and give the primary wellspring of water for the wilayat’s homesteads and lime plantations.