Oman, ‘’The True Arabia’’ as often referred to, is a land of beautifully preserved ancient culture and nature. The Omani people have a well-deserved reputation, as they are known for being the most hospitable people in the world. Their smiling faces are a big proof of their eagerness to share their unique culture with tourists and visitors. You will always hear great testimonies and remarkable stories about local hospitality from travellers who have visited Oman. If you are passionate about beaches, then Muscat is definitely your destination as it has some of the cleanest and most serene beaches in the world, where you could enjoy an amazing relaxing experience. Oman is also the home of marvelous natural beauty, a natural contrast between the plentiful Wadis and oases and the serene and empty desert.

The must-see places in Oman

  • Moscate
    Moscate is the capital and largest city of Oman. The rocky Western Al Hajar Mountains dominate the landscape of Muscat. The city lies on the Arabian Sea along the Gulf of Oman and is in the proximity of the strategic Straits of Hormuz. Low-lying white buildings typify most of Muscat's urban landscape, while the port-district of Muttrah, with its corniche and harbour, form the north-eastern periphery of the city.
  • Nizwa
    Nizwa is an ancient city in the Ad Dakhiliyah region of northern Oman and is one of the oldest cities in Oman. It was once a center of trade, religion, education and art. Today, Nizwa is a diverse prosperous place with numerous agricultural, historical and recreational aspects.
  • Quriyat
    Qurayyat is a small fishing town 83km, adjacent to the towns of Sur, Diman Wa Tayeen and Aamerat. A popular stopping point on the way to Sur, Qurayyat is in itself also a very popular destination for Muscat.
  • Ras el jinz
    Ras al-Jinz is the easternmost point of the Arabian Peninsula. It is a nesting site for green turtles, as also is the beach at the local village of Ras al Hadd. It is home to the famous 'RAS AL JINZ TURTLE RESERVE'. Important archaeological discoveries have also been made at this site, demonstrating the Indus Valley connections in ancient times.
  • Salalah
    Salalah (Arabic: صلالة‎ transliterated Ṣalālah), is the capital and largest city of the southern Omani governorate of Dhofar. Salalah is the birthplace of the current sultan, Qaboos bin Said. Salalah attracts many people from other parts of Oman and the Persian Gulf region during the monsoon/khareef season. The climate of the region and the monsoon allows the city to grow some vegetables and fruits like coconut and bananas.
  • Jabal shams
    Jebel Shams is a mountain located in northeastern Oman north of Al Hamra town. It is the highest mountain of the country and part of Al Hajar Mountains range. It is a popular sightseeing area located 240 km from Muscat.
  • Wadi Shab
    Pristine beaches, monumental cliffs, traditional markets and places of heritage and culture, the city reflects Oman’s natural beauty and culture. One such iconic tourist spot located a few miles before Sur, is Wadi Shab.
  • Wahiba Sands
    The Wahiba Sands is a region of desert in Oman. The desert has been of scientific interest since a 1986 expedition by the Royal Geographical Society documented the diversity of the terrain.

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