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Paradise in the Middle East & The Gulf

Sunday, May 26, 2013
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There are plenty of beautiful sunsets, breathtaking shores and white sands on the beaches of the Middle East and The Gulf region. These are not in order of preference. Egypt is one country where you can never seem to get enough of! There are countless beaches there which we still need to explore!! Remember to always keep our beaches clean!

 

1. Palm Island Beach – Lebanon

Palm or Rabbit Island Beach

 

2. Socotra Island – Yemen
Ditwa Lagoon

 

3. Saadiyat Island – Abu Dhabi
Beach at Saadiyat Island - DSC_3983

 

3. Salalah, Oman

 

Oman 09

 

5. Tyre ( Sour in Arabic) – Lebanon

 

Lebanon beach

 

6. Kite Surf beach – Dubai

 

Burj al-Arab, Kite beach, Dubai, UAE @ 2012

 

7. Marsa Alam – Egypt

 

Marsa Alam Beach

 

8. Musandam, Ziggy Bay Oman

 

Six Senses Zighy Bay, Oman

 

 9. Dead Sea – Jordan

Dead Sea

 

 

10. Hurghada – Egypt

Bathers at Hurgada

 

 

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