Do you imagine swimming in a hole being a meteorite in Oman?
Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) - If you live in the Middle East, you may not be able to enjoy a tourist adventure that involves swimming in the beautiful Emerald waters except by traveling to a remote country, but did you know that such water may be within a distance Short of you and specifically in Oman? In the state of Qaryat in Muscat, one of the most important parks in the Sultanate of Oman, the theme park "identity star". One of its distinguishing features is a deep, deep hole that is mediated by the park and bears its name as well. Although the "star identity" hole looks like a water well, it is much deeper and wider, with a depth of more than 10 meters. It contains brackish water as well as its source is the sea, which is only 3 kilometers away. Swimming in this crater is a truly remarkable experience. It appears as a bright emerald gem, as well as a contrast with the brown color of the rocky geological landscape surrounding it as a vessel. Novels about the origin of this crater, which have been discovered for thousands of years, differ. Some sources say it originated from a meteorite collision in the parkland during ancient times. While another story states that the hole was caused by landslides. In addition to being an attractive factor in the area, tourists can also take a breather from city life by camping and strolling around the park. You will also find facilities such as green spaces, tiled paths and shaded rest areas. The coastal promenade overlooks the Sea of Oman, and is characterized by a moderate rite.