Mudha Located in the north of the Sultanate it neighbors the Emirate of Ras Al Khaima in the west, the Emirate of Sharjah in the north and the Emirate of Fujairah in the South. IIt contains around 10 towns. Human settlement there returns over 3,500 years. There are numerous old stone works of art, making it into a characteristic gallery, with drawings which return to before Islam. There are likewise compositions and works which return to the principal hundreds of years of the Hijra. Also there are various remnants which go back to the Iron Age and the years somewhere in the range of 1000 and 1500 years B.C.
The Wilayat is well known for various mystery stockpiling places, underneath the earth, which the individuals there call “Makhazan Al Jahal”. Moreover there is a wealth of graves, the most extraordinary being the one of Hajar Bani Humaid which has compositions on its white marble gravestone together with the names of the dead. There are additionally various posts, palaces and towers in Mudha, Al Ghuana and Hajar Bani Humaid dispersed on the peaks.
The Wilayat is recognized geologically by its precipitous nature. It is one of the Omani Wilayats that is inundated with afalaj and springs; the most remarkable of its falaj is called Al Sheik Mohammed Bin Salim Al Madhani, its water is cold in the mid year and warm in the winter. The afalaj of Al Dair, Al ‘Aadad, Al Shariki, Al Muatarad, Al Qaba, Al Ruman, Al Suduq and Al Saruj are other significant afalaj. The springs are Al Shariki, Lishmah, Hajar Bani Humaid and Al Samaai, which has sulfurous water – blistering in winter and cold in summer. The individuals of the zone utilize this spring to treat skin maladies. There are likewise gives in and mountain caves and trees called “Al Rula” which are recognized by their incredible size and age.