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Things To Do
Salalah

About Salalah

Salalah is the capital city of southern Oman's Dhofar province. It's known for its banana plantations, Arabian Sea beaches and waters teeming with sea life. The Khareef, an annual monsoon, transforms the desert terrain into a lush, green landscape and creates seasonal waterfalls. The Frankincense Land Museum, part of the Al Balid Archaeological Site, recounts the city’s maritime history and role in the spice trade.

Attractions


Khawr Al Maghsayl (Beach)

Khawr Al Maghsayl lies at the eastern end of Jabal Al Qamar (Moon Mountain) in the Governorate of Dh... read more


Khawr Awqad (Beach)

Khawr Awqad: This lagoon is located in the Dhofar Governorate the outskirts of the ancient Awqad cit... read more


Khawr Ruri (Beach)

Khawr Ruri: is the largest reserve in the Governorate of Dhofar. It is considered the most attractiv... read more


Rakhyūt Beach (Beach)

Rakhyut: a small fishing village with a good beach for swimming.... read more


Mughsayl Beach (Beach)

Mughsayl (Al Maghsail / Al Mughsail). On the left is a 5 km-long stretch of lovely 3 beaches with sh... read more


Ṭāqah Town (Historic Building)

Taqah (Arabic: طاقة‎‎) is a coastal town in the Dhofar governorate, in southwestern Oman.read more


Raysut Town (Historic Building)

Raysut: is a port town in southwestern Oman, through Highway 47 at about 18km of Salalah, you will f... read more


Thumrait (Historic Building)

Thumrait which is famous as Bedouin settlement
Thumrait is a small town in southern Oman on t... read more


Al Hafah Souq (Market)

Al Hafah souq is an old style souq, not to be confused with the modern replica souk that can be foun... read more


Al Husn Souq (Market)

Al Hafah Souq lies 3 kilometers from the city of Salalah in Dhofar Governorate. It is surrounded by ... read more


Frankincense Souk (Market)

The Frankincense Souk Which is well-known for its perfume oils and incense burners.... read more


Haffa Souk (Market)

The largest and oldest souk in Salalah is also the most chaotic, but you'll have lots of fun explori... read more


Bin Ali Mosque (Mosque)

Mausoleum of Bin Ali, Bin Ali Rd. Mohammed Bin Ali was a 14th-century local Islamic scholar, and thi... read more


Al Baleed Museum (Museum)

Al Baleed Museum where you will enjoy a guided tour of its display on archaeology, history, and heri... read more


Sultan Palace (Palace)

The Sultan's Qaboos Palace in Salalah is one of the most attractive landmarks when you visiting Sala... read more


Teeq Cave (Cave)

At the bottom of the sinkhole, there is a continuation, they have been discovered “Teeq Cave” re... read more


Khawr Al Baleed (Lagoon)

This lagoon takes its name from the ancient city which lies on the banks of this lagoon. The lagoon ... read more


Khawar Ad Dahareez (Lagoon)

Khawr Ad Dahareez is located at the eastern entrance of Salalah city in the Governorate of Dhofar. I... read more


Khawr Sawli (Lagoon)

Khawr Sawli: located in Wilayat Taqa in the Governorate of Dhofar, is amongst the most important lag... read more


Khawr Taqah (Lagoon)

Khawr Taqah: Khawr Taqah is located at the western entrance of Taqah City in Dhofar Governorate. The... read more


Khawr Al Qurm (Lagoon)

Khawr Al Qurm Al Sagheer and Al Qurm Al Kabeer: These two lagoons are located near the Hilton Hotel ... read more


Tawi Ateer Sinkhole (Sinkhole)

is the most famous sinkhole in Dhofar governorate known as the ‘Bird Well’ gained international ... read more


Al balid city (Ruins)

These monumental ruins represent the remains of Al Balid Fort. They tower to a height of 13 metres, ... read more


Al balid Ruins (Ruins)

This historical site is located in the city of Salalah, near a lagoon where you can see crane birds ... read more


Lost City Of Uber (Ruins)

Atlantis of the Sands is the fictional name of a legendary lost city in the southern Arabian sands, ... read more


Wadi Darbat (Wadi)

“Wadi Darbat” is located only a few kilometers behind Taqa, a beach city in Dhofar Region. It is... read more


Mega Dunes (Desert)

In physical geography, a dune is a hill of loose sand built by the wind or the flow of water.[1] Dun... read more


Rub' al Khali (Desert)

The Rub' al Khali ‎"Empty Quarter") is the largest contiguous sand desert in the world, encompassi... read more


Taqah Castle (Castle)

Taqah Castle was built in the 19th century. This makes it a relatively new castle in comparison to f... read more


Mirbat Castle (Castle)

Mirbat Castle: Currently, under restoration, this fortress was under siege during the Battle of Mirb... read more


Ayn Razat (Oasis)

Ain Razat is the most important source of spring water in Dhofar. It used to be one of the main sour... read more


Qara Mountains (Mountain)

Jebel Al Qara is a mountain range shaped as a half moon situated north of Salalah of about 100 km an... read more


Ibra Town (Old Town)

Ibra (Arabic: ابراء‎‎) is the second largest city in the Ash Sharqiyah Region of Oman. It i... read more


Dhofari (Old Town)

The Dhofar Governorate (Arabic: محافظة ظفار‎‎, Muḥāfaẓat Ẓufār) is the largest... read more


Ayub Tomb (Tomp)

In religious terms, this tomb is probably the most important site in Dhofar. Regardless of your reli... read more


Restaurants


Thumrait Palace (Omani)

Traditional Omani Food... read more


Shopping


Gold Souk (Jewellery)

the gold souk which contains the typical olden and modern Dhofari jewelers.
A Gold Souq or Go... read more




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