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Small, dry, rocky desert country on the eastern corner of the Arabian Peninsula, bordered by Saudi Arabia to the west, the Gulf of Oman to the north, and the Arabian Sea to the southeast. Oman was introduced to the surfing world in a 2001 Surfer magazine travel feature. Five California surfers, including former Surfer photo editor Jeff Divine, rode tiny but perfectly shaped right-breaking point wa...
Joe's Point, Oman. Photo: James HarveySubscribe to view
Joe's Point, Oman. Photo: James Harvey