Half-Day Road Trip on the Omani Coast: Bimmah & Qantab

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18 Responses

  1. Renata says:

    Obviously, I was first thinking of vast deserts. Wasn’t even aware that there is such a huge beach and other waters. However, the plastic trash breaks my heart – actually, we should point out more of this in our blogs to raise awareness. Great post!

    • Teja says:

      This is why I encourage people to travel as themselves – do their own thing, look for things they personally like, instead of go where they’re pointed. I simply encounter different people and different things when I go to places other travellers and bloggers have already been and written about. Travel is really a function of how you see, and not what to see!

      And yes, I think we should highlight things we see at destinations that are reflective of common global trends. As travellers, we are well placed to notice such patterns. I’m a firm believer that if you don’t mention something, people assume it’s not important. But if you do mention it, even if only factually, we signal that it matters.

  2. Justine says:

    I’m fascinated by Oman and loved reading your insights and I didn’t know about this sinkhole that can be visited.

  3. Yukti Agrawal says:

    I love Oman for its natural beauties and wonderful water areas. This sinkhole is really amazing and even its drive. I too enjoyed the drive and the beauty of sinkhole. Even I too liked the rocky beaches of Qantab.

    • Teja says:

      I think Oman is the reason that I realised deserts have their own kind of beauty, and that somehow it bestows a different feeling to the watery parts. (The amazing geology doesn’t hurt too).

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