Nothing is more inspiring than finding secluded beach hideaways. Here’s an ocean salutation to scenic treasures off the beaten paths of the Arabian Sea in Oman.
The Arabian Sea does not only stretch it’s coastline 3000 km. It is also known by many names. Going back to the Roman period, it was known as The Erythraean Sea by the Europeans, while the Vedic Indians called it Sindhu Sagar and Bahr al-Arab (Sea of the Arabs) by the Arabs. Along the coast, you will find Oman’s old fishing tradition that dates centuries back, where a younger generation now will lead the way.
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