اهلين وسهلين في سلطنة عمان
Oman is located at the southern tip of the Arabian peninsula and unlike the United Arab Emirates, it’s brasher neighbour, it’s a refreshing reminder of a bygone age. Although Oman can offer all the modern amenities you could wish for it’s cultural traditions remain remarkably unchanged and it’s landscape unspoilt by overdevelopment.
You can visit empty, white sand beaches and see traditional, mudbrick villages hidden amidst sprawling date plantations or clinging to the sides of craggy mountains. The towering mountain chains are scattered with canyons and wadis that beg to be explored and then there’s the vast expanse of desert with windswept dunes disappearing into the distance.
Last year Oman was voted the 4th safest country in the world for tourists in the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report published by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
The Omani people will welcome you with unparalled hospitality and warmth and you will find yourself seduced by the beauty and diversity of the country.
Arrive as a client and leave as our friend!
Abdullah and the team
Sharqiya Sands, known locally as Wahiba sands, is only 250km from Muscat and can be experienced as a day trip but the majesty of the night sky and the beauty of dawn in the dunes makes an overnight stay a worthwhile part of your trip. Home to the Bedu, Wahiba Sands offers visitors a glimpse of a traditional way of life that is fast disappearing as modern conveniences limit the need for a nomadic existence.
Oman is the oldest of the gulf states and is often considered to be one of the most beautiful. Take a city tour of Muscat and see the Sultan’s palace and the magnificent Sultan Qaboos mosque. Also within easy reach of Muscat you can experience everything from ancient forts, castles and souqs, lush green wadis, spectacular mountains, the rolling sand dunes of the desert and stunning white sand beaches of the coastline. There really is something for everyone.
The wide range of wildlife includes the spinner dolphins that frolic off the coast at Muscat, four species of turtles that lay their eggs on the beaches and ospreys, terns, steppe eagles and crested honey buzzards that can be seen near Salalah to the south. Oman is also home to several endangered species including oryx and the Arabian leopard.