Sur Hotel

Address: Sur, Sur 411, Oman | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Sur, is near Sur Boat Yards.
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Travel Blogs from Sur

Turtle Power

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Feb 22, 2014

2 comments, 28 photos

... since January 2. We got to Ras al-Jinz in the late afternoon. After a nap, we visited the center's well-presented turtle museum that provided details about the Ras al-Jinz turtles. Four types of sea turtles nest at Ras al-Jinz, and a fifth type swims in the waters just offshore, but the vast majority of the nests belong to the endangered green sea turtle. The green sea turtle is the only sea turtle that is vegetarian as an adult (it eats plankton as a baby). ...

Sinkhole, White Beach

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage on Nov 01, 2012

11 photos

... seems to be out and about for the Eid holiday…but we find a spot, at the end of the beach and our only companions this time will be another tent, Muslim men who offer us delicious meat that they cooked on their barbecue… lucky us… we are at the end of our trip and we had no meat left! The night is just gorgeous, with the reflections of the moon over the sea which crashes just ...

Turtle hatching :-)))

A travel blog entry by rloc on Oct 14, 2012

3 comments, 44 photos

... is only space for more car and a discussion with lots of temper starts. Anyone that knows Arabic knows that the voices can get high. Still they all leave the discussion seemingly satisfied and the boat is ready to leave – almost. It’s only our bike that’s missing. Somehow we get on it and before we even get the bike on the central stand the boat depart. When we arrive it’s dark but we manage to find a hotel. Exhausted we fall ...

Goats and Souqs

A travel blog entry by gill27 on Apr 12, 2012

1 comment

... cheekily tried to nibble Stuart's shoelace as we stood and admired them. Perhaps the funniest thing we saw was a man who had just purchased a fully grown goat try to load it onto the backseat of his car. His little son was in the front seat, the back seat was already full but somehow he squeezed it in. I will look at hyundi's in a completely different light from now on. Time to head back to the tender now for our transfer ...

Wadi Shab, painting, and packing to go...

A travel blog entry by jannalaan on Oct 01, 2011

3 comments, 6 photos

... only a few other people walking there -locals leading some loaded donkeys. There was also an Omani man, maybe in his 20's, who had been ahead of us all the way but when we were all swimming in the pools at the end he became our tour guide! He showed us this tight gap through the rock at the end of the pool where you could just about swim through with your head above water. Sarah an I swam through trying not to get ours heads wedged ...