Oman’s turtle reserve at Ras Al Jinz is famous, not just because it is Oman’s leading conservation project for the hatching and protection of endangered turtles, but because it also offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for visitors to observe thousands of turtles laying their eggs at night. With 45 km of protected coastline, the reserve was created in 1986 for the protection of these shelled creatures, and to spread awareness about them. Ras Al Jinz also offers accommodation and boasts a spectacular on-site museum.
Visitors will probably spot green turtles on their visit and if lucky, may even witness other species like the Loggerhead, Leatherback, Olive Ridley and Hawksbill turtle as these often traverse through the region.
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