About Musandam Dibba Peninsula
The Musandam Peninsula, likened to the fjords of Norway and the Galapagos islands, offers the visitor a refuge of silence and unsurpassed magnificence. With its coastline of dramatic stark cliffs towering over quaint fishing villages, pristine white sandy beaches and crystal clear turquoise waters, it’s a visual delight.
Divided from the rest of Oman by the East coast of the United Arab Emirates, the Musandam Peninsula has 600km of broken coastline and is the gateway to the Arabian Gulf. Lions jaw towards the north of the Peninsula marks the point where the Indian Ocean and Gulf meet The area has a rich biodiversity, home to numerous species of birds, fish, corals, turtles and has world-renowned dive sites.
A visit to this area, is an experience not to be missed and one that won’t be forgotten.