Officially called the Sultanate of Oman it is the oldest independent state in the Arab world, and one of the more traditional countries in the Gulf region.

Occupying the south-east corner of the Arabian peninsula, it has a strategically important position at the mouth of the Gulf.

Oman's tourism attractions include a largely-untouched coastline, mountains, deserts and the burgeoning capital Muscat, with its forts, palaces and old walled city.

Khasab on the Musandam Peninsula

It’s a city on the Musandam Peninsula belonging to Oman, 500 kms from Muscat, separated from Oman by the UAE.

Dubbed the "Norway of Arabia" because of the fjords and inlets of the region. Built by the Portuguese at the beginning of the 17th century Khasab was designed as a supply point for dates and water for their ships sailing through the strait.

Access to the area by land was virtually impossible until a modern coast road was built allowing fast access from the UAE making Khasab a popular weekend destination for people living in the Emirates.


The capital of Oman and the seat of government.

Since the ascension of Sultan Qaboos to the throne in 1970, Muscat has experienced rapid infrastructural development that has led to the growth of a vibrant economy and a multi-ethnic society.

Low-lying white buildings typify most of Muscat's urban landscape, while the port district of Muttrah with its cornice and harbor form the northeastern periphery of the city.

Muscat's economy is dominated by trade, petroleum and porting. Spotlessly clean, with manicured lawns and flowering gardens, well preserved cultural heritage blending harmoniously with modern lifestyles, excellent road system, top class hotels and restaurants make Muscat a “high end” destination with a large number of expats from many countries, mainly India living here. The twin forts of Jalali and Mirani hark back to the 16th century, while in the suburb of Muttrah dhows doze at anchor and a fish market does brisk business. The souk here is an Aladdin’s cave of brassware, stalls peddling silver and spice, tailors cutting silks between sips of mint tea.


Called the Garden City, Salalah is nestled among coconut, papaya and banana plantations and orchards unique in the entire Gulf region.

A tropical paradise with broad avenues bathed in lush vegetation and traditional and modern lifestyles exuding serene ambience.

The second largest city in the Sultanate of Oman and the largest city in the Dhofar Provence. Traditional stronghold and birthplace of Sultan Qaboos, the ruler of Oman.

It gained prominence due to the Frankincense extracted from the Frankincense trees found in this region.


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