Yiti Beach in Oman

September 23, 2011

On the other side of Oman Dive Center and Barr Al Jissah is Yitti (or Yiti) Beach.
Yiti Beach: Boats, beach, camp

The road-trippers that we are we took the tricky Souq Ruwi street route instead of Wadi Kabir. I enjoyed more the views along the way than our destination itself. It seems I have been too accustomed to Dubai's white sands that brown beaches do not appeal as much.  It was  a 25 kilometers (from Al Hamriya R/A) drive exiting on a steep mountain ascend then through the mountains, tree-lined villages and  fishing boats.

Here's a loadful of photos:

At the Ruwi viewpoint. We missed the Greater Muscat viewpoint, that's for next it seems.

Ruwi villas

About 10 kilometers drive of this view

The road sandwhiched between hills of rocks
Hillat Al HIsn

I love this view. I spotted crabs crawling the sand but I wasnt as quick to take clear photos

A close-up behind the boats

Nearer to beach is this village

Yiti (Yitti) Beach at last!

A good camp site along the hill

Campers folding up

Yiti (Yitti) Beach

A passage to Yiti Beach

Found ourselves this village trying to find the shorter exit to Barr Al Jissah

A smile from an Omani boy

A mosque at Hillat Al Hisn

A drive to Yiti can be combined with a Barr Al Jissah, Oman Dive Center and Qantab stopovers. 

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  1. Ang daming similarities ng Oman and Al Ain except of course walang beach dito sa Al Ain. Looking forward na ako sa winter para makagala naman kaso pag ganitong may pasok ang mga bata sobrang limited ang oras sa paggagala.

    Thanks for sharing these photos Bevs. Imagine na lang muna ako dahil hindi makagala.

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