Graded roads cut across the mountains have now made it more accessible. The grandeur of Musandam can best be explored by sea. There are lotta Mountain Hairy Goat here thus it was necessary to fence up the plant. I even saw some goats climbing TREE!!!
This is the cheap restaurant we had few of ours cheap lunch here... Is actually indian food. Quite tasty & cheap compare to Tupai. There are two main experiences in Musandam: the sea and the mountains. There really isn't much in between, and your activities are spread thinly across – dhow trips, dolphin watching, diving, 4WD exploration and a bit of hiking. Although most of Musandam's terrain remains inaccessible.
Cyclone Gonu left trial of destruction like this "Coffee Shop" totally wash out by the storm. This is nothing compare to what Happen to Muscat where all the car piles up.The coast juts into the Strait of Hormuz and extends some 600 kilometres. Due to the Sssstrong Waves, the Beauty is being destroy & the water is muddy. There are some 2feets steps created from the waves.
These spectacular fjords have given the area a second name “The Norway of Arabia” The Strait of Hormuz is only 60km wide and does not exceed 60m in depth and is of strategic importance to Oman as 90% of all the Gulf's oil trade passes through this area.
Occasionally from the Road site, you can notice some Hairy Mountain Goatss climbing rocks & Jumping on top of the tree... These are breed goat which shelther is build among the rocks.