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Salalah's Camels

Salalah's Camels

In Monsoon season Camels are eating grass and gnarly bushes on the plains below the mountains, wandering on the roads, loping on the white sand beaches of the Arabian Sea.

Dhofar in the south of Oman is one of the most beautiful regions within the Sultanate and it’s an area stuffed full of stunning vistas and natural treasures. There are the well-known locations such as Wadi Darbat, Khor Rori and Jabal Samhan. Visited by thousands of people every year, these are the tried and tested destinations that never fail to impress. Especially so during the Khareef season from June to early September, when spectacular blooms of greenery leave you spellbound in a country where the majority of land is dry and barren. But there is also a host of quieter spots off the beaten track to explore. One of my favourites is Mughsayl beach (also known as Mughsail), a seven kilometre long expanse of golden sand. In Monsoon season Camels are eating grass and gnarly bushes on the plains below the mountains, wandering on the roads, loping on the white sand beaches of the Arabian Sea.

Location -
Address: P.O. Box-200, Salalah, Ad Dhofar Governorate, Sultanat of Oman

Contact Information - 
Phone: 00968 22088000, Fax: 00968 22088000
Web: http://www.beautifulsalalah.com/wadi-darbat-salalah/
Email: minister_sec@omantourism.gov.om

 
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