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High End Luxury Tours To OMAN

High End Luxury Tours To Oman – The sultanate of Oman could be the Arabian Peninsula’s most rewarding destination. Most accessible than Saudi Arabia, safer than Yemen and more traditional than the Gulf emirates, Oman nonetheless has plenty to rival these countries’ attractions and more. A stirring history that combines the great sweep of Bedouin tradition with some extraordinary forts and other traditional architecture. And Mutrah Souq in Muscat is a fantasy of an Arabian bazaar come-to-life, with glittering gold and clouds of incense. But it’s Oman’s diverse natural beauty that is the main drawcard. Here you’ll find wildly beautiful beaches, the jagged ramparts of mountain ranges and the perfectly sculpted sands of the fabled Empty Quarter.

Best time to visit in Oman

November to mid-March, to avoid the monsoon

Best time to visit in Oman

November to mid-March, to avoid the monsoon

Places to visit in Oman

  • Muscat, the lovely port city with a beautiful bay, atmospheric souq and Portuguese forts
  • Yitti’s gloriously unspoiled beach with craggy mountains
  • Masirsah’s palm-strewn oases, postcard-perfect beaches and flamingos
  • Nizwa, the beguiling inland town with a 17th-century fort and expansive souq
  • Mughsail’s jaw-dropping bay with sheer cliffs and frankincense trees close to Yemen

Places to visit in Oman

  • Muscat, the lovely port city with a beautiful bay, atmospheric souq and Portuguese forts
  • Yitti’s gloriously unspoiled beach with craggy mountains
  • Masirsah’s palm-strewn oases, postcard-perfect beaches and flamingos
  • Nizwa, the beguiling inland town with a 17th-century fort and expansive souq
  • Mughsail’s jaw-dropping bay with sheer cliffs and frankincense trees close to Yemen

Top things to do in Oman

  • Walk in wonder through Wadi Shab, the verdant gorge that feels like paradise.
  • Explore the copper-coloured dunes of the Wahiba Sands by camel or 4WD.
  • Drive over the Hajar Mountains from Al-Hamra to Wadi Bani Awf, Oman’s most spectacular road.
  • Ponder the mysteries of Ubar, Arabia’s fabled ‘Atlantis of the Sands’.
  • Get off the beaten track on the Musandam Peninsula, a dramatic Omani outpost guarding the gates of the Gulf.

Top things to do in Oman

  • Walk in wonder through Wadi Shab , the verdant gorge that feels like paradise.
  • Explore the copper-coloured dunes of the Wahiba Sands by camel or 4WD.
  • Drive over the Hajar Mountains from Al-Hamra to Wadi Bani Awf , Oman’s most spectacular road.
  • Ponder the mysteries of Ubar , Arabia’s fabled ‘Atlantis of the Sands’.
  • Get off the beaten track on the Musandam Peninsula , a dramatic Omani outpost guarding the gates of the Gulf.

Discover Oman

  • Read Sultan in Oman by renowned travel writer Jan Moris, or Atlantis of the Sands by Ranulph Fiennes.
  • Listen to Symphonic Impressions of Oman performed by the London Symphony Orchestra, which captures the mood, scenery and traditions of Oman.
  • Watch 7 Days Sultanate of Oman – Oman’s cinematic history is nonexistent but at least you can take a tour around the country.
  • Eat harees – steamed wheat, boiled meat, lime chilli, onions and garnished with ma owaal (dried shark), shuwa (marinated meat cooked in an earth oven).
  • Drink camel’s milk.

Discover Oman

  • Read Sultan in Oman by renowned travel writer Jan Moris , or Atlantis of the Sands by Ranulph Fiennes.
  • Listen to Symphonic Impressions of Oman performed by the London Symphony Orchestra , which captures the mood , scenery and traditions of Oman.
  • Watch 7 Days Sultanate of Oman – Oman’s cinematic history is nonexistent but at least you can take a tour around the country.
  • Eat harees – steamed wheat , boiled meat , lime chilli , onions and garnished with ma owaal (dried shark) , shuwa (marinated meat cooked in an earth oven).
  • Drink camel’s milk.

Oman Highlights

A former hermit sultanate that has become one of the most open Arabian Peninsula states, frankincense, ancient forts Bedouin and the sands of the Empty Quarter

Oman Highlights

A former hermit sultanate that has become one of the most open Arabian Peninsula states , frankincense , ancient forts Bedouin and the sands of the Empty Quarter

One word for Oman Tourism

Tasharrafna (Nice to meet you)

One word for Oman Tourism

Tasharrafna (Nice to meet you)
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