Wadi is Arabic for a valley.
near Saint Catherine's monastery in Sinai
A wadi is a gully, streambed, or valley which is characterized by being extremely dry.
Wadis are formed by seasonal or intermittent rains but are dry most of the year.
Wadis are dry channels where rivers run in the wet season.
Wadis is the plural form of the word wadi. A wadi is a channel, valley, or ravine in the Middle East that is dry. During the rainy season they fill with water.
Wadis are formed by seasonal or intermittent rains but are dry most of the year
There is various things to do; - Go on a jeep ride -See the local shops in the desert. -Take pictures on sandstone peaks. -Climb on the sand dunes -Go in the mini ca…nyon entry ways -And much, much more. Have fun if you are going to go there! =)
an intermittent river
a wadi is found in the dessert. ( an extremly hot place
Wadi is the Arabic term for a valley or dry riverbed. You would most likely find them in southwest Asia.
I think you mean Wadi Madi? If so its in Oman and in the Province, Al Mintaqah ash Sharqiyah
Check on Internet cause I don't know. Sorry! :(
they are dangerous because you might sink