Western Salalah Plain attractions

Top Choice Natural Feature in Western Salalah Plain

Mughsail

Oman’s most spectacular bay ends in a set of sheer cliffs that reaches towards the Yemeni border. Immediately below the start of these cliffs the rock pavement is potholed with blowholes that are active year-round, …
Viewpoint in Western Salalah Plain

Sarfait Road

The Sarfait road, which links Salalah with the Yemeni border via Mughsail, is one of Oman's many impressive engineering projects. Zigzagging nearly 1000m from the Salalah Plain, it reaches the top of the cliff via 1…
Beach in Western Salalah Plain

Fizayah Beach

Separated from the rest of the Salalah Plain by the vertical cliffs of Mughsail, and accessed via the Sarfait Rd, Fizayah Beach is one of the most dramatic spectacles in Dhofar. Lunging cliffs and limestone pinnacle…
Islamic Tomb in Western Salalah Plain

Job’s Tomb

In religious terms, this tomb is probably the most important site in Dhofar. The tomb of Prophet Job, mentioned in the Old Testament and venerated by Muslims, Jews and Christians, is situated on an isolated hilltop …
Spring in Western Salalah Plain

Ayn Garziz

One of the most visited of the springs issuing from the foothills surrounding Salalah, Ayn Garziz often has a generous flow of water collecting at the bottom of the knotted cliffs. With stunted fig trees and limesto…
Natural Pool in Western Salalah Plain

Ayoon Pools

Below the village of Ayoon, there are some natural pools surrounded by tall stands of reeds and other vegetation. The pools are accessed along a 3km off-road track and make for a pleasant picnic spot. The site lies …