Go kiting to :
Qurum Beach Muscat

Chop Spot

Water: Crystal Clear

Beach: Sand

Level: beginner

Description of Qurum Beach Muscat (Oman)

Qurum Beach in Muscat is a great spot to go kiting. It is a large sandy beach that gets wider in low tides and even when shrinking in high tides it offers plenty of space to launch and land the kite.
The main season is during the cold months from November to April and thanks to thermal wind the best time of the day to ride is normally the afternoon.
Water gets deep slowly so for hydrofoils it is required to get a bit further inside the sea to have enough depth to ride, especially during the low tide period.

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Spot characteristics

Spot Type


Rider Skill



Occasional Bystanders

Beach Type


Water Quality

Crystal Clear

Tide Influence

All tide levels with different conditions (chop - flat - wave)

Suggested Equipment

Mostly only Lycra for sun protection. Only in January, February the most sensitive to cold can use a shorty.


During tide changes, currents can be pretty strung as pointed out by the signs on the beach. A lot of stones and debris on the beach can cause issues to the kite if dragged on the sand badly.

Other info

Being basically in Muscat there is ample choice of services, accommodations, and restaurants.



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How to get There

Drive through Sultan Quaboos street direction East and take the exit to Al Kharjyah St., then turn right into Al Shatti St. and reach the roundabout that leads to Beach Street.


Public from Beach Street and plenty of parking along the beach.

Wind Conditions

Wind Range

From 5 to 15 Knots

% of Windy days per month

Main wind directions

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