If you are looking for turtles in Oman, one of the most recommended places that you will most certainly read about is Ras al Hadd. Indeed, this place is a perfect spot to see turtles, but beyond that it offers other activities as well. Here below you can find our Ras al Hadd guide, and read what this place can offer to the tourists beyond the turtles.
Read the most comprehensive overview about Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque in Muscat, Oman. When to visit, how to dress, is there any entrance fee? You will get answers on all your questions here by Besides the Obvious.
Read the most comprehensive Muscat Bucket List by Besides the Obvious and discover what to do in the Omani capital!
This Sur in Oman overview introduces a town best known for the ship building of traditional Omani Dhows, part of the Sur’s rich heritage.
Let's see our ultimate Oman bucket list. We share here our favourites, the top 15 places to discover in Oman.
Jibreen Castle or Jabreen Castle is a very impressive castle in Oman. It is a heritage building close to Bahla and Nizwa.
Where to see turtles in Oman? In this article we will answer the question. But in short: almost in all mentioned turtle beaches. But you don’t necessarily need to pay for a tour, in the right hours of the day you might find turtles by yourself as well, very close to you! We will list here the best areas to spot turtles, as well as we update you on their daily schedule so you’ll be aware, when they might be around.
Bahla, the first Omani town in the UNESCO World Heritage List is a well preserved ancient town with a magnificent fort.
Masirah is an Indian Ocean island, 20km off central Omans coast, south of the Wahiba Sands. Masirah is 95km long and between 12-14km wide. Masirah, also written as Masira, is a small island of Oman, located in the Arabian Sea, just off the southeastern coast of the country.
Nizwa in Oman is the ancient capital of the sultanate of Oman and perhaps the most touristic city in the whole country.