The Wahiba Sands are a desert region located in eastern Oman, on the Arabian Peninsula. The region is known for its vast expanse of sand dunes, which can reach heights of over 100 meters (328 feet) and stretch for hundreds of kilometers. The Wahiba Sands are home to a variety of plant and animal species, including desert foxes, sand lizards, and gazelles. The region is also home to a number of Bedouin communities, who have lived in the desert for centuries and have a unique culture and way of life. The Wahiba Sands are a popular destination for tourists, who come to experience the desert wilderness and participate in activities such as camel riding, sandboarding, and dune bashing.