If you are looking for a church to attend Christmas services this Advent season, here is a list of events taking place at the Protestant Church in Oman over the next month.
After Mughsail Beach (part 1 of tour) and our twisting drive down the hairpin bend road towards Fazayah Beach (part 2) (which took us past a gorgeous “secret beach”-part 3), we finally reached the 6-km gravel road to Fazayeh.
It’s always cool to see camels on the coast! 🙂
4X4 is not mandatory for this road, but it’s recommended! Our tourguide mentioned that the road was constructed only about 2 years back.
This spot is where the road shifts from heading towards the cliff to heading towards the beach(es) of Fazayeh below. Forgive what seems like repetitive shots. Each one has its own beauty and so I wanted to share each of them for (what I think are) their different focal points.
I’m usually the guy behind the camera, but every now and then the family insists on a shot of me. This is one of my favorite daddy/Naomi pics from our vacation! 🙂
I think you can get a pretty decent idea of how awesome the Fazayah beaches are from some of these photos. The tourist maps/sites always mention “Fazayah” Beach but there are at least 5 distinct beaches that I will share with you in the next and final post from our incredible tour with Al Fawaz Tours. You won’t believe some of the images!
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This gorgeous beach is located between Mughsail Beach and Fazayeh Beach. If I had more time in Salalah, this would definitely be a great beach to try out after a decent hike down! Here is a video showing the turn off from the Hairpin Bend Road on the way to Yemen for anyone interested in trying to find this spot: