A part of the Al Kharrarah national park valley transforms into a desert lake after heavy rains. The massive surge of water rushes down the steep dunes into the valley below, forming a temporary lake, which at times can become deep enough to swim in. After the water has evaporated, the valley lake bed becomes a striking green contrast to the surrounding red sand dunes.
The red sand valley transforms into a pleasantly green pasture where migratory birds and other wildlife can be spotted, especially in early spring when the lake bed is in full bloom.
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