Not a bad view, huh?! Anyone know where this is?
I think it’s Khawr Najd in Musandam.
BINGO! Musandam it is! But this pic is actually taken from one of the hills/villages just before arriving at Khasab from the direction of the UAE border.
Most of the Landscape in Muscat resembles this, but i would guess this is off the Coast of Yiti Beach. From Yiti Beach we took a 15 min boat ride to reach one of the secluded beaches. Once there, being adventurous, took off on foot for a 10 min hike and ended up in a spot from where, i swear, had almost similar view. If only i could post my pic too as a confirmation. 🙂
Good guess but it’s Musandam. Now you’ve got me interested in seeking out the view you described! 🙂 You should email me or post your pic so we can compare views. Thanks, Rajan!
This looks an awful lot like Mirbat
The gorgeous water sure does look a lot like Mirbat, Susan. So true and another great reminder that we have to get to the Salalah Marriott Resort in Mirbat someday! 😉
My first guess is Qantab but then it has a lovely beach stretch. Apart from that… I’m at a loss.
Thanks again, Mandy. When you go to a place like Musandam taking a good pic is a piece of cake as the view “does all the work”! 🙂 That’s what I love about such scenes of nature – God gets all the glory!
WOW!!! I will take a guess and say The Arabian Sea, a more specific location I am without an and answer.
You are right! It is the Arabian Sea. With all the news coverage about the strategic importance and escalation of tensions in the Strait of Hormuz I was tempted and finally persuaded to go up there and check out the place for myself.
Brilliant foto! So I jus drive along the coast and get there? 😛
I’m guessing from your smiley face that you are joking around. Getting to and from Musandam is rather complicated and I was going to tackle that in an upcoming blogpost. Flying there and renting a car is probably the best option.
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