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Bordered by the Persian Gulf, Gulf of Oman, and Arabian Sea. Oman has traditionally been isolated by sand, sea, and mountains. The country offers an array of natural features and boasts diverse picturesque landscapes including vast desert, endless coastlines, and riverbed oases. Visitors can experience ancient ‘pillow lavas’, the largest sand desert, and hulking baobab trees. Top natural attractions in Oman are Jebel Shams (Oman’s highest mountain), Wadi Ghul, Snake Gorge, Al Hoota Cave, Beehive Tombs, Empty Quarter, and Sharqiya Sands. Due to its strategic location, at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, the country has a deep historical and cultural legacy. Several fortresses, palaces, and mosques line the streets of Oman. Major landmarks in Oman are Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, Nakhal Fort, Mutrah Coniche, Nizwa Souq, Rostaq Fort, Al-Hazm Fort, Ras al Jinz, Archaeological Remains of Bisya and Salut, and Jabrin Castle. History enthusiasts would also love to explore multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites, namely, Ancient City of Qalhat, Archaeological Sites of Bat, Al-Khutm and Al-Ayn, Bahla Fort, and Land of Frankincense.
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Capital of Oman, Muscat is a port city on the Gulf of Oman. Surrounded by the mountains and desert, the city is the political, cultural and commercial hub of the country. With its prominent harbour, Muscat is a significant hub of trade in the Middle East. Like many capitals of ancient lands, the city is marked by historic landmarks alongside modern high-rises. Muscat is home to 16th century Portuguese Forts, namely, al Mirani and al Jalali, and the huge contemporary Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque. Other major landmarks in Muscat are Al Alam Palace, Port Sultan Qaboos, Mohammad Al Ameen Mosque, Marah Land, PDO Planetarium, Old Watch Tower, and Jazirat Masqat. The city’s old waterfront is beautiful, and visitors can spend hours unwinding here. The Corniche promenade is at the heart of the city’s tourist activity and perfect for a leisurely stroll. Beach buffs can head over to the busy public beach, Shatti Al Qurum while nature lovers can explore the lagoon reefs at Bandar Khayran, Fahal Island, and Bandar Jissah. The cultural city is lined with several museums, cultural institutions, parks, and performing art venues such as Bait Al Zubair, Royal Opera House Muscat, National Museum, Muscat Gate Museum, Oman Natural History Museum, and Riyam Park.


Located in the Ad Dakhiliyah region, Nizwa is an ancient city in northern Oman. The beautiful region is characterized by palm plantations and seasonal rivers. The 17th century Nizwa Fort built to defend the city (along a major trade route) is emblematic of Nizwa. Nearby, visitors will find the maze-like Nizwa Souk which is lined with vendors selling handicrafts and other wares, and silversmith workshops. Other tourist attractions in Nizwa are Fortress of Fiqain, Falaj Daris Park, Manah Mosque, and Goat Market. North of Nizwa, nature lovers can explore the Al Hajar mountain range, which encompasses Jebel Akhdar, an area marked by jagged rocks, steep valleys, cultivated terraces, and waterfalls. The mountain range offers hiking trails past waterfalls and gorges. In addition to hiking, visitors can enjoy several activities such as climbing, biking, and swimming. The highlight here is Oman's highest peak, Jebel Shams. The mountain overlooks a gorge called Wadi Ghul. Al Hoota Cave, situated at the foot of the mountains, features an underground lake with extremely rare species of blind fish.


Capital of Dhofar province, in southern Oman, Salalah is known for its Arabian Sea beaches, banana plantations, and waters abundant in sea life. Al Haffa, the old city, features a buzzing souq and several mosques. History enthusiast here can explore multiple archaeological sites, namely, Al Balid Archaeological Site (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and Khor Rori. Salalah is the former capital of the Sultanate of Oman and Muscat, and abode of the Sultan. The present Sultan, Qaboos shifted his capital to Muscat, 1,000 kms north of Salalah. Each year, monsoon transforms Salalah’s desert landscape into a lush green terrain and creates seasonal waterfalls. Nature lovers can head over southwest of the city and unwind at the Al Mughsayl Beach which is ringed by caves and cliffs, including Marneef Cave. The region is Oman’s prime diving destination with exquisite offshore and coastal diving spots which reveal shipwrecks, sea caves, and coral reefs, as well as parrotfish, green turtles, numerous whale species, and moray eels.

Best Time to Visit Oman
The best time to take Oman flights is during winters, from October to March when the weather is pleasant, and the scorching summer is yet to arrive. For those who wish to avoid crowds and get economical flights, September and April are ideal months to take cheap flights to Oman.
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