Surrounded by mountains, Dibba is a port town on the eastern coast of the Oman Promontory of the Arabian Peninsula on the Gulf of Oman. The old port area lies in the United Arab Emirates while the land north of the bay lies in the Sultanate of Oman. This small fishing village has a museum, a small harbour and an interesting souk and is a good starting point for safaris into the Musandam pennisula. Burnt by the Muslims in the 7th century, this then prosperous town was one of the last bastions of resistance to the new religion in the Arabian Peninsula.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.