Oman is a strong sense of identity, a pride in ancient, frankincense-trading past. And has confidence in a highly educated future with its rich heritage and embracing society. This identity offers a rare chance to engage with the Arab world without the distorting lens of excessive wealth. Muscat is the capital of Oman as one of low rise towns of Oman retain their traditional charms. Also Bedouin values remain at the heart of and Omani welcome. Oman is an excellent choice for people who are seeking out the modern face of Arabia while wanting still to sense its ancient soul. It is worth visiting country with an abundance of natural beauty, from spectacular mountains to wind-blown deserts and pristine coastline.
Wadi Shab is one of the most beautiful destinations in Oman also people call “Gorge Between Cliffs” where offers turquoise pools, waterfalls and terraced plantations. Kingfishers add glorious splashes of color and trusses of pink oleander bloom by the water’s edge all year around.
Masirah is typical dessert island with its rocky interior of palm oasis and gorgeous rim of sandy beaches. Flamingos, herons and oyster catchers patrol the coast by day. Armies of ghost crabs march ashore at night. The island is justifiably fabulous as a paradise of nature as a home to a rare shell, the Eloise and large turtle nestling sites.
Musandam Peninsula is a kind of dubbed of Norway of Arabia because of its beautiful khors. Such as rocky inlets, small villages and dramatic, mountain hugging the roads and sandy beaches among the mountains! It is separated from the rest of Oman by the east coast of UAE. It is well worth a visit if you are after a taste of wilderness from Dubai.
Salalah is a very colorful subtropical city that owes much of its character to Oman’s former territories in East Africa. All year round, cocnut-fringed beaches and plantations of bananas and papayas in Salalah offer a flavor of Zanzibar in the heart of the Arabian dessert.