Topics: Oman, Cyclone Gonu, United Arab Emirates Pages: 3 (1114 words) Published: May 9, 2013
The beauty of AlSharqiyah region is breathtaking. In this place you can find any kind of tourist attractions forts, beaches, caves, oasis which consider the biggest in Oman and very famous valleys. The AlSharqiyah sand considers the best area for camping in Oman and it covers around 10 thousand square km. The color of the sand between red, brown and gold . AlSharqiyah located in the north east of the Sultanate of Oman, there is the Arabian sea from the east and the eastern Jebal ALHajar are in the north side of the region, so it provide a combination of integrated tourism places. The total population is 312708 people, according to the preliminary results of general census of population and housing and facilities in 2003. AlSharqiyah region has eleven wilayats include Sur which is the center of the region, Ibra, Bidiyah, AI Qabil, Al Mudaybi, Dima Wa At Taiyyin, Al Kamil Wa Al Wafi,.Jaalan Bani Bu Ali, Jaalan Bani Bu Hussan, Wadi Bani Khalid and Masirah. The most popular environment in AlSharqiyah region is the sea and fishing which consider an income for people living in AlSharqiyah region. People in this region learn to fish from their fathers and grandfathers the efficient way that do not drain the fishes in the breeding season. In 1994, the number of fish catches around 26ooo fish and it's weight 755 tons. It's was the number one in Sultanate of Oman in fishing. The most popular fish that in this region is sharks that has fins which has a global demand. Fishing create for the people who live AlSharqiyah region and the government powerful finical source. The second environment is sand dunes where Bedouin lived and still living on it. The Bedouin always have the passion to take care of camels and purebred horses which also cost them a lot and bring to them a huge finical resource when they sell it. The government try to help Bedouin in this major by give them medical and finical support. Wilayat Bidiyah is the center of raising camel and hours. The...
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