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Yiti

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East of Muscat, Muscat 113 Oman
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Chris H wrote a review Jan 2020
Muscat, Oman8 contributions5 helpful votes
People tend to rave about this place, but to me it's just another nice beach. Oman, and the Muscat area, has plenty, some much nicer. What made this short trip for me was the drive, coming out of the top end of built-up Ruwi, up a steep climb and you are suddenly in a different world.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Molnár István wrote a review Jan 2020
Kecskemet, Hungary31 contributions1 helpful vote
We had been here 2 Times during our visit to Oman. Very nice sandy Beach where people mostly come to have a picnic. It has no toilet or any shop nearby Just some abandoned house which makes this place a bit scary.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Luciane Virensjö wrote a review Nov 2019
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates5 contributions2 helpful votes
Yiti is a beautiful desert beach near a fisherman’s village. It’s quiet and peaceful, and the drive there is also nice, driving through the mountains and seeing plenty of donkeys and goats on the way (a highlight for kids). It’s possible to do a picnic there. We really enjoyed the place.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Jochen Hertweck wrote a review Nov 2019
Frankfurt, Germany300 contributions121 helpful votes
Yiti is one of those places where the drive to it is actually way more spectacular than the final destination. If you are heading there from Muscat make sure to take the old and winding Yiti Street which astarts in the Hamriyah district. The beach itself seems to be popular with locals but it is certainly nothing you haven’t seen elsewhere.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Zsuzsa P wrote a review Nov 2019
Muscat, Oman5 contributions10 helpful votes
Yiti Beach is a beautiful beach an hour drive from Muscat. Easy to get there via picturesque highways. The beach is free entry. You can get there without a 4W. There are no facilities (no toilets, no showers, no restaurants). There is little shade. Beach is great for swimming. Suitable for small children, too (waves are small). Year round good for weather and sea temperature.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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