Nizwa was the capital of Oman in the sixth and seventh hundreds of years and is home to the unbelievable Nizwa Fort. Nizwa Fort worked under the supervision of Sultan Bin Saif Al Ya’ribi in the seventeenth century. Some conspicuous pieces of the fortification anyway are as old as the ninth century and are apparently safeguarded for the present and eventual fate of the travel industry. The massive round and hollow pinnacle is the feature[…]

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wahiba sands

Wahiba Sands

In the center of Oman, desert dunes stretch for miles and create what is called the Wahiba Sands. This is where the Bedu people live, and it is a popular travel destination for those in search of the true, authentic and traditional Oman. Experience the nomadic way of life in the Wahiba Sands by joining a tour that lets you ride on the back of a camel and camp in the desert under the stars.[…]

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Ras Al Jinz

A turtle reserve right at the easternmost tip of Oman is called Ras Al Jinz. Ras Al Jinz undoubtedly is one of top tourist attraction in Oman and it helps protect the sea turtles providing breathtaking natural landscapes and camping sites for the tourists as well. Summer time especially from May to October is a great time to see all the turtle nests along the beaches. You can even treat yourself to turtle egg hatching[…]

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Musandam Fjords

The Musandam Governorate is a governorate of Oman. Geographically, the Musandam peninsula juts into the Strait of Hormuz, the narrow entry into the Persian Gulf, from the Arabian Peninsula. The Musandam peninsula is an exclave of Oman, separated from the rest of the country by the United Arab Emirates. Musandam is acknowledged for its invigorating drift diving. For experienced divers who are in search of a special dive destination, diving in Musandam is perfect. Musandam[…]

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In Southern Oman is Salalah, a destination sometimes known as the second city to Muscat. Salalah is known for its one of a kind Khareef (monsoon) celebration, in which the entire city diverts green and draws in guests from all around the globe. By and by, there is a whole other world to this awe-inspiring jewel regarding common excellence and structural miracle. Here are the best activities, and the most awe inspiring spots to visit[…]

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Muscat, the capital of Oman has an extremely lovely historically significant area. Structures with Eastern African wooden galleries and a few seafront posts make Muscat a tranquil and unwinding destination.This city is home to fortresses, castles, exhibition halls and markets, offering something for everyone.While you can’t visit the inside of the Qasr Al Alam Royal Palace, you can go to the harbor to get a nearby perspective on the stunning structure. Standing watchman over the[…]

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