Kite Surfing

Are you a kite surfing enthusiast? Whether you are an expert or newbie, we have the perfect place for you - Masira Island – arguably the biggest secret kiteboarding paradise. Flat water or wave spots, sand or point break endless wind – everything is within 20 minutes of travel when you are in Masira Island. The season kicks off in May/June and kiters as well as windsurfers are packing their gear to travel to this playground of various untouched spots. 20 to 45 knots of wind day and night steady from south, huge flat lagoons on the west coast and the waves of the Indian Ocean on the east coast make this island a kitesurfers’ heaven. Besides making your legs cry for mercy, the monsoon keeps the temperatures low and even if the mainland of Oman heats up to 55 degrees that time of the year in some areas, Masirah offers pleasant temperatures between 24 and 38 degrees in summer. While Masirah Island is known for its short high wind season of 4 months in summer, it is actually an all-year destination for those who are looking for a true and authentic destination with an Arabic culture, unspoiled spots blessed with all year sun. During the rest of the year conditions are pleasant for medium and big sized kites and the wind will come from North or West (Winter monsoon “Jamal”). Ready to take the adventure. For more details, please visit

Deep Sea Fishing

Sport fishermen flocks Masira Island between October and March as these are the best time to enjoy deep sea fishing where the weather is perfect and the waters are abundant in marine life. If you are a keen fisherman and have not been to Masira, you are in for a surprise and will definitely enjoy this island on the southern coast of Oman, surrounded by the Arabian Sea and is considered to be one of the best locations for sport fishing in the Arabian Gulf.

Bird Watching

A tour of Oman for nature and bird lovers with visits to wildlife reserves, nature Islands and turtle beaches with some of the best birdwatching in Oman. This bird watching holiday takes you to the best spots in Oman to see migratory and vagrant birds. With beautiful scenery from lagoons to empty sandy beaches, desert dunes to oasis springs, you have the opportunity to see many different species of birds. Masirah Island, a protected area teaming with birdlife from all over the world on migratory routes across the Arabian Peninsula. The island is one of the best places in Oman to see birdlife being a `magnet` for travelling birds that have crossed deserts, open seas and sometimes more than one continent. Today will be spent bird watching on the island with opportunities to see many migratory birds as well as local species. Crab Plover, Lesser Sand Plover, Greater Sand Plover, Oystercatcher, Turnstone and the Bar-tailed Godwit.

Turtle Watching

Oman, hosts four species of nesting turtles, Logger-heads, Greens, Hawksbills and Olive Ridleys. Masira Island is world famous as the home of the largest population of Loggerhead Turtles however, you get to see the green turtle in some areas of the island.

Water Sport

watersport Oman offers the very best in kiteboarding and stand up paddling  activities on international VDWS and IKO standards.
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