"A unique tourist destination characterised by the mixture and beauty of its landscapes and a pleasant climate all year round. The rich heritage, natural beauty and geographical diversity, making it a preferred tourist destination."
Duqm Rocks Garden

The Rock Garden in Duqm is one of the major geological sites of the Sultanate of Oman and considered one of the greatest natural treasures of Duqm.The six -kilometre site brings unusual rock formations, which have been formed since 46 million years. Set around this site are sandstone and limestone sculptures shaped by wind, water, ice and other natural elements over millions of years.

A visit to Duqm is incomplete without a tour of this remarkable attraction.

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Al Huqf Area

Al Haqf area extends from Al Wusta Governorate to cover Duqm, Haima and Mahut to the Wilayat of Adam in AlDakhiliyah Governorate. The area is destinguished by its geological history, diverse terrain, and the availability of high quality raw materials for the manufacture of tools and the huge amount of rocks, making it home for Omanis since the Stone Age.

Recent burials have been found in this area, dating back to stone tools such as hammers, scrapers, axes and trays. The National Program for Enhancing Economic Diversification (Tanfeedh)seeks to develop Geopark in central Oman and mark the natural assets as a tourism product to promote tourism values in Duqm and the surrounding area. A tour to the Al Haqf area can tell you a real evidence of life before the existence of human. It is a region rich in landmarks, fossils and rocks.

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Duqm Triliths

Triliths is a 2,000-year-old stone formations formed along the valleys alongside the southern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, from Hadramout in Yemen to Ras Al Hadd in northern Oman. The European travelers Bertram Thomas and Wilfred Thesiger described the Triliths as a remarkable phenomenon.

They realised that triliths is not a stand-alone but rather a composition called "monument". Thus, the Special Economic Zone at Duqm (SEZAD), in cooperation with the Ministry of Heritage and Culture, is working on a project to excavate the triliths in Duqm and transfer it to the National Museum.

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Migratory birds

Duqm is an important area for native and migratory birds; 100,000s of birds feed, rest, and nest along its sandy beaches, creeks, and inland hills

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Ras Duqm Beach

This beach is distinguished from the rest of other beaches by the panoramic view of the sunset, the crowd of birds on the beach and being a hub for photography enthusiasts and fishermen.

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Ras Markaz Beach

Ras Markaz beach is located down a high rocky hill, where you can enjoy the picturesque views of this beautiful beach from the top of the high hill.

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Shouair Beach

The coast of Shouair is one of the key beaches at Duqm, which is about 20 km away from the centre of Duqm. It is characterised by cleanness and purity of its blue water and soft sand, which tends to be cold at night.

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Nafon Beach

Is one of the pristine beaches of Duqm, which is about 10 km far from the centre of Duqm. It is located along the road leading to Mahut. On the side of this beach, there is a high rocky land where tourists often enjoy their time looking at the readhead ducks.

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Ras Hammar

It is a mountainous cliff in the sea, close to Ras Duqm and Nafon beaches. It is a unique geological landmark adjacent to rocks with fossils that have been naturaly millions of years ago. It is one of the remarkable landmarks at Duqm and could be reached by sailing on small boats.

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