Mughsayl Beach:- In Salalah, you don’t have any shortage of beaches. Unlike the rest, this white sand beach is a stunning representation of natural beauty where you can take many picturesque photographs. With lush green mountains all around and displaying of setting sun – this long stretch of beach can make your afternoon most relaxing. If you love swimming in the deep hue of the water, pack some food and come here with your partner to have a cozy date. The exquisite scenic beauty and chirping of numerous birds will make you forget about the hustle and bustle of your daily life.
Qurum Beach:- This is one of the longest beaches in Oman. Qurum Beach is a stretch of sand around four kilometres long in the capital Muscat. Thanks to its good location and transport links it is particularly popular and offers welcome refreshment after a long sightseeing or shopping trip. There are toilets and showers on the beach so you can put your normal clothes back on straight after bathing and there’s nothing to stop you heading straight back into the city.
Wadi Shahb Trekking:- You’ll have to board a boat for One OMR each person (round trip) to traverse a brief section of the river after reaching the Wadi Shab parking. You only have to spend for the trip since there’s no admission charge for the Wadi. After that, you’ll begin an incredibly peaceful 45-minute hike through a stunning, rocky valley dotted with lush vegetation, Lotus plantation and palm trees.
Bandar Jissah:- Located at a short drive away from Muscat, it is one of the most secluded beaches. It is one of those secluded beaches where families can explore the rocky shore when the tide is low. It is also one of the best places to catch a “fisherman’s taxi” for a couple of rials and take an exhilarating ride out to sea where you can be left to your own amusement at a secluded beach or taken around the interesting rock formations close by.
Ras al Hadd Beach:- Ras Al Hadd is a community on a peninsula facing the Indian Ocean. It functions as an enclave for the sultanate and is situated near the mouth of the Gulf of Oman. One could seem cut off from the outside world due to the picturesque landscapes and tranquility of the village. Exploring this town will be beneficial because of its lovely green turtle sanctuary, beaches, and resorts.
Yeti beach:-Situated approx. 28 km from Muscat city, this secluded beach is best known for camping. Couples or friends can ideally spend their weekend here swimming, fishing, or on a simple day trip. The rocky edges, small cliffs, coves, and clear water makes the beach extremely attractive for long walks and enjoying sunsets.