Dibba Al-Baya is a smal town located in the northern region of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It is situated in the emirate of Fujairah, on the eastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula. The town is known for its stunning beaches and the crystal-clear waters.
Dibba Al-Baya is also home to a number of historical and cultural landmarks, including the Dibba Al-Baya fort, which was built during the 16th century and served as a key defensive structure in the region. The town is also known for its traditional souks (markets), which offer a range of local handicrafts, spices, and food items.
In recent years, Dibba Al-Baya has seen significant development, with the construction of modern residential and commercial buildings. However, the town has managed to preserve its natural beauty and cultural heritage, making it a unique destination for visitors seeking a blend of modern amenities and traditional charm.
Jeddah is Saudi Arabia’s buzzing cosmopolitan hub, home to gleaming hotels and big-ticket events like the Red Sea International Film Festival, which takes place in late winter. The city’s heart is still intact in Al Balad, the magical historical quarter that has undergone a renaissance in recent years. And the Red Sea is still central to it all — for trade, for diving among pristine reefs, and for fishing for Jeddah’s legendary seafood. The city where Eve was laid to rest (according to local lore) is a beguiling mix of old and new, and one that remains gloriously different.
The weather of Djibouti is very hot especially from June to August.The place enjoys a pleasant climate accompanied by occasional rainfall from the months of October to April.The major tourist attractions of Djibouti are Tropical Aquarium Central Market and Predidential Palace.Besides there are some beaches like the Kor Ambado and Dorale.
Khasab is a city in Oman, located on the borders with United Arab Emirates. It is usually called as "Norway of Arabia" due to its fjords, like steep inlets and desert mountainscapes. It is situated in the Musandam peninsula, in which dolphins inhabit and tourists can view them by boat trips in Telegraph Island.
Khawr Rawrī or Khor Rori is a bar-built estuary at the mouth of Wādī Darbāt in the Dhofar Governorate, Oman, near Taqah. It is a major breeding ground for birds, and used to act as an important harbour for frankincense trade when it was an open estuary
The magnificent Muscat, Oman's capital, has all the features of a modern city in an environment full of natural beauties. In Muscat you will find beautiful beaches but also mountains and canyons, worthwhile to explore. Also, the wonderful depths of the region will amaze the lovers of diving. Some of the sightseeings are the Old Town, the port Moutrach and the shopping district Rougoui, which is one of the most popular spots in the region.
This skinny island measuring just seven miles across and 60 miles from top to bottom is situated off the eastern coast of Oman, and is best known for being home to the Royal Air Force of Oman, as well as a number of fishing villages which are scattered around the rocky shoreline.
Thanks to the abundance of sea turtles in the Gulf of Oman, Masirah Island also makes a popular spot for the creatures to lay their eggs, and as a result marine conservation activity has expanded in the area, alongside a steady rise in tourist numbers coming to see the turtles up-close.
Moucha Island is a small island located off the coast of Djibouti, a country in the Horn of Africa.
Moucha Island is known for its beaches and crystal-clear waters, which make it a popular destination for swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving.
Sur is a city located on the northeastern coast of Oman, a country in the Arabian Peninsula.
Sur is known for its rich history and traditional Omani architecture, including the famous dhow shipyards where wooden ships are built by hand using traditional techniques.
Other popular attractions in Sur include the picturesque waterfront promenade, the Old Town with its historic buildings and winding streets, and the beautiful beaches along the coast.
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