Things to do khasab musandam
.Musandam had only tiny population and the plenty of the people driving between Khasab and Dubai. They are many things to do in khasab musandam like mountain safari in jebal harim and khor najd, Dolphin watching, Dhow cruise to Telegraph Island and Seebi Island, Swimming and Snorkeling in Musandam Fjords and also visit in Kumzar Village. Musandam had only tiny population and the plenty of the people driving between Khasab and Dubai.
Jebal Harim In Khasab Musandam
Jebel al-Harim “Mountain of Women” is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 2.087m (6,847ft) above the sea level located in the Musandam Peninsula of Northern Sultanate of Oman.
The pass, additionally called Jebel as-Sayh is the highest mountain in Musandam. The road to the summit is gravel, rocky and really steep. On the height sits – besides a military installation – a telecommunication tower. It’s used for military purposes, therefore the road doesn’t go over the top.
This path passes through remote areas, thus you would like to ready. This route isn’t appropriate for normal cars. At this height, temperatures can fall here at night to freezing point takecare to possess spare water and tires with you if you plan to drive to Jebal Al Harim.
Its an excellent spot for overnight camping and within the colder months there are lots of campers around. The scenery from top of mountain is breath-taking lovely.
When we traveling through “fjords of Musandam” we can see many dolphins. Dolphins in Musandam are natural dolphins and wild dolphins the dolphins are not trained one. Almost all dolphins will follow our dhow and play and jump with us.There are many dolphins in Fjords.
Telegraph Island (Jazirat al Maqlab) is a tiny, rocky island in the Musandam Peninsula region of Oman, which with its spectacular fjords is often called the Norway of the Middle East. Its is the most famous landmark of this area. In the 19th century, it was the location of a British repeater station used to boost telegraphic messages from Bombay(India) to Basra(Iraq) and to London. Today, Telegraph Island is an reminder of the British Empire. Here we do Swimming & Snorkeling in the crystal clear calm waters is a memorable treat here. Watching out for Butterfy Fish Groupers, Barnacles, Urchins and the Coral Growths by using googles and masks are among the in this Fjords.For more information visit www.dolphin.net
The village is located at the end of the fjord and has around 100 inhabitants, very schuded. This area has many species of sea birds nestling in the cliffs. On the island take plunge in to the crystal clear water.
Kumzar is the geographically isolated northern most village on the way to Straight of Hormuz, having around 3000 inhabitants, they are speaking a mixed language of arabic & Farci and their life is tied inextricably to the sea, we are arranging special trips to here and it taken 2hrs by Dhow for one side, there is no landward approach, it is a thoroughly experience for tourists and the villages isolated only accessible by boat.