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Oman travel guide to explore what to see in Oman, points of interest, things to do in Oman Muscat, Nizwa, Bahla, Jabreen, Wadi Shap, Wahiba, Wadi Bani Khalid, Nakel, Barka and much more Oman travel advices.

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Sharqiya Sands

The Wahiba Sands is a large desert area just four hours drive from Muscat. A surprisingly wide array of flora and fauna, the most impressive dunes can be found in the north east, some reaching an enormous 300 feet high.

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Wadi Ash Shab

Wadi Shab is a canyon type valley with flowing water throughout the year. A long walk between the green grass, banana and mango trees along the narrow winding and old rock paths will bring you to a series of streams and pools.

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Rustaq

Al Rustaq is a city in the South Al Batinah region, surrounded by the central Al Hajir mountain range and Aflaj date palm groves. It came to Omani history forefront when Imam Nasser Al Ya’rubi started his conquest to unify Oman & repel the Portugue ...

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Nizwa

Nizwa is located in the heart of Oman about 165 km from Muscat. Hour and a half driving the road pass through Bidbid, Samail & Izki. Nizwa is an important center for Omani date farming the dried fruit and plays an important part in the local culture.

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Nakhal

Hosts one of the most prominent historical monuments in Oman. It is one of the most magnificent and popular fortress to visit after Nizwa and Jabrin Castle. Believed to be built in pre-Islamic times more than 1500 years ago.

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Wadi Bani Khalid

Wadi Bani Khalid is one of the touristy places to visit in Oman. It is 203 km from Muscat, best known wadi of Sharqiyah region. As a geographical area, Wadi Bani Khalid covers a large swathe of low land and mountains.

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Muscat

Muscat is the capital of Oman, the etymology of the name is disputed. Muscat is situated in northeast Oman, along the Gulf of Oman & it is flanked by rugged mountains. It has fine harbor, was seized by the Portuguese Afonso de Albuquerque until 1648. ...

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Jebel Shams

It is the highest point in Oman in Arabic ‘Mountain of the Sun’. Jebel Shams is coined as the ‘Grand Canyon in Oman’, as the dramatic cliff edges provides thrill seeking trekkers and road trippers a great summit view.

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Jebel Akhdar

Jebel Al-Akhdar at the Sayq Plateau in Oman, meaning Green Mountain, refers to the northern section of the Hajar mountains as you take the road out of Nizwa heading for Jebel Shams. Jebel Akhdar refers to an area that encompasses the great Saiq Plate ...

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Musandam

Musandam Oman is on the Strait of Hormuz, separated from the rest of Oman by UAE east coastline.The strategic importance of this Strait has increased nowadays, as it turned to be a crossing point to 90% of the Gulf's oil shipped to all over the world ...

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