Photos - Salalah
  • Whether you are going in the winter or the summer, Salalah will never seem the same twice. From mid-June to mid-September, the capital of Dhofar, whose population reaches some 150,000, suffers from the Indian monsoon rains which sometimes have good effects: the surrounding green mountains and the rivers which run down the slopes and occasionally turn into cascades when the ground is suitable. During ...

    Whether you are going in the winter or the summer, Salalah will never seem the same twice. From mid-June to mid-September, the capital of Dhofar, whose population reaches some 150,000, suffers from the Indian monsoon rains which sometimes have good effects: the surrounding green mountains and the rivers which run down the slopes and occasionally turn into cascades when the ground is suitable. During ...

  • A superb mosque

    A superb mosque

  • A family of camels strolling along the beach.

    A family of camels strolling along the beach.

  • The incense souq.

    The incense souq.

  • The incense tree.

    The incense tree.

  • 8 metres long and covered with a rug, this is a sacred spot for those who come to pray here.

    8 metres long and covered with a rug, this is a sacred spot for those who come to pray here.

  • Ruins of one of the Queen of Saba's palaces.

    Ruins of one of the Queen of Saba's palaces.

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