Kalba Sharjah UAE
Kalba (Arabic: كلباء Kalbāʾ) is a town in the United Arab Emirates. It is an exclave of the emirate of Sharjah lying on the Gulf of Oman coast north of Oman and south of the emirate of Fujairah.
Khor Kalba (Kalba Creek), an important nature reserve and mangrove swamp, is located south of the town by the Omani border.
How to go to Kalba Sharjah UAE?
Khor Kalba is accessible by three roads…
- The first merges after Wadi al-Haloo (وادي الحلو) tunnel with Maliha Road (شارع مليحة) which finally leads to the Sharjah-Kalba Road (90 km) from Sharjah International Airport.
- There is also the Fujairah-Kalba road (80 km).
- The Khor Kalba road extends until the border with Oman, and is one of the exit–entry points between the UAE and Oman.
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/XXZLBRjnopo
What are the things to do in Kalba Sharjah UAE?
For walkers there is a lengthy stretch of beautiful corniche all the way till the Omani border.
For beachcombers, there are always shells, anchors and drift wood to discover.
For fishing enthusiasts, there are displays by Bengali fishermen, catches being placed in the back of a jeep or sardines being dried on the sand.
For photographers, there are stunning and delightful sunrises and sunsets to capture along with a splendid scenic beauty.
For the daydreamers, there is silent sea and calm lake which gives you a nostalgic feeling.
For those who love to be silent and alone, the beach offers ample solitary spaces.
For children who want crazy climbing and running around there’s a good playground.
For conservationists – The beautiful mangrove and flocks of migratory birds throughout the year will definitely entertain the conservationists.
For campers, there are free places to construct your tent, cook fresh fish which can be bought from the fisherman caught from the tide.
For swimmers, the place is a spacious and safe beach. However be alert with the odd stingray, snake or jellyfish around.
For foodies, you must try the arabic evening snacks from the traditional shops near the mangrove.
Writers recommendation: Definitely try the Qaimat (Arabic dumpling called Luqaimat, click to view recipe video), local samosa, Alisa (I like mutton even though chicken is available) and “Damgu” (boiled chick peas with fresh lemon and dried red chilli)
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