Strategically located at the south end of the Arabian peninsula, Oman had an eventful history. This is reflected by the presence of many fortresses and picturesque old towns. Omani Islamic architecture is unique in its kind, and inland you will find impressive mountains and deserts where local tribes practice their ancient traditions. Surrounded by red sand dunes and barren rocks, several oases with palm trees and falls offer refreshment.

Peculiar naturally sculped rock formations can be seen in the Rock Garden in Wilayt Ad Duqm. The Omani coast offers numerous water sports facilities, such as snorkling and diving, and giant sea turtles, dolphins and even whales can be spotted. Devoid of mass tourism, Oman is a hidden gem waiting to be explored.

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About Oman

  • Capital: Muscat
  • Area: 309.500
  • Population: 3.418.085
  • Language: Arabisch
  • Currency: Omaanse rial (OMR)

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