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Yes, there isn't a cave to visit as such, and naming the location Marneef Cave is a little confusing. But the blow holes are great fun (...and there is probably a cave under the cliff!)
When the waves roll in and hit the rock face,...More
By the shore a nature sculpture by the elements created a cave in the rock and below the tides have done the same some of these caves had an opening to the surface so when high weaves hit the cave a jet of mist blow...More
Marneef cave is in close proximity to Al Mughsayl Beach, which one of the most preferred picnic spot by Salalah locals, residents and tourists.serpent shaped rocks a attraction. dont try to swim in this area.
It's a bit of a drive, but worth it to see the coastline and if you're lucky, the blowhole in action. As we neared the cave, there were a few camels walking along the beach, and about six or so that just wandered across the...More
We walked down the beachside to the blow hole. The guide from another group was bemoaning the fact we had just missed seeing the blowhole in action, then it blew for us. He was jumping up and down with excitement.
The area along the beach with the high rocks, overlook, and cave is a beautiful place to visit. The only thing is if the sea is not at high tide, you don't get the blowing rocks effect. Take water with you on a hot day.