Oman is one the most ancient states of The Middle East with a rich history. Approximately 40 years ago Oman was closed for tourists, but now this industry is developing rapidly and there are reasons for it. In comparison with The UAE, Oman is greener and marine life is represented better there. It makes the country an attractive destination for fishing lovers. Incentives in the sea will become a surprising adventure, especially if you manage to catch a larger fish, which can be even as high as a man. Climate here is tropical, but not arid.
The natural landscape of Oman consists of the coastline, mountains, deserts and valleys. Truly breathtaking scenery. Al Hajar mountains fit well for hiking and what is also worth mentioning is that there you’ll find secluded resorts, that discover the beauty of Oman’s flora. On the coastline you’ll have a chance to see rare hawksbill turtles.
This destination is perfect for those who want to get a true Arabian experience. Apart from the best accommodation and modern hotels with conference facilities in the capital of the country – Muscat, its visitors will see historical heritage: ancient mosques, royal palaces, and souqs. Nizwa is another city with history. Explore Nizwa Fort that was constructed for the defense of the city, or walk through Nizwa souq to feel Arabian color.