Explore Oman’s Enchanting Blend of History and Nature
Dive into the Hidden Gems of Oman's Coastal Beauty.
The Sultanate of Oman is a unique base for cultural tourism- the wealth of it drawn right from her history that is still etched in her modern-day exploits. Alongside that are other activities befitting tourists- rock and mountain climbing, touring archaeological sites, exploring her sea and landscapes with springs, caves, islands and more.
Ancient City of Qalhat
Preserved since the 16th century as an archaeological site, Qalhat was a prime centre of trade with goods from China, East Africa, Arabia, and India.
A picture-perfect gorge unlike anything usually seen in a lifetime. With about 3 natural swimming pools with crystal clear waters, a waterfall and caves in the mix. It is worth your while to visit.
Built between the 12th and 15th centuries, its attributes point to a well put together community around an oasis. Once upon a time the largest Sultanate in Oman is now a rich historic base in many aspects.
Another gem in Oman. With turquoise and blue hues, it is a splendid beauty. It is connected to the ocean so the water tastes salty at times.
A place no hiker should leave not hiked. The place to be for a mix of awe-inspiring scenery, caves, abandoned villages and the Jabren castle.
Misfat Al Abryeen
A hidden gem reflective of traditional Omani life as you immerse yourself in the natural splendour of the Al Hajar mountains. Explore the village’s intricate irrigation network that has sustained it for centuries.