Arada Canyon – also called Double Canyon as it is two connecting canyons – is on the main tourist path, with 4x4s often visiting the site. Still it is a nice place, and for sure there will be no vehicles up on the Guna Plateau. The Guna range is very long, it takes days to walk from one end to the other, but this short and moderate trek is a nice highlight of what the plateau has to offer. It includes a great look-out point at a stone structure known as Nosrat el Guna, or simply just nosra. Meaning trap, these stone structures are more probably ruins from early ages. From the Guna Plateau you can descend to the Nawamis area either via the steep Naqb Abaya pass, or via Naqb Ghlim, the longer camel route. You could also head north to Tarabin country, to places such as Jebel Berqa and Ein Umm Ahmed.
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