Oman is an Arab country located on the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula. Though there is no diversity in religion here, you will find a variety of tranquil landscapes and sceneries. The beauty of the emerald beaches, the rich Arab history in the ancient forts, the lush green mountains, unique wildlife and endless deserts will give you an Arabian adventure unlike any other country in the Gulf Coast. You will find local bazaars or souks filled with handicrafts and the most famous item of Oman, Frankincense. Kind-hearted, helpful and law-abiding people add up to make this country a must-visit place.
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After 2011, Oman was divided into eleven governorates or muhafazah. Most of the major cities of Oman like Muscat, Nizwa, Ibri and others are located closely in the northern part of Oman. Witness the sprawling modern city of Muscat with its vibrant beauty, mountains, and beaches. While Nizwa is famous for heritage sites and forts, Ibri is the land of wadis and souks (Arab markets). Musandam Governorate on the northern border will leave you spellbound with the beauty of high mountains around a sea. In the southern region of Oman lies Dhofar where you will find vast stretches of desert and mountains that turn lush green in monsoons.
November-February is the best time to visit Oman
Clean roads. Hygienic and peaceful country. Safe place. Rich in historical monuments. Scenic beauty. Kind and altruistic people. A variety of tourists spots. Perfect for a family holiday.
Frequent flash floods. Scorching heat. Reckless driving on the highways. Too many restrictions. No cultural diversity.
Oman offers many luxurious hotels which are comfortable and relaxed on your pocket too, especially in the Omani capital, Muscat. The other major cities like Sur, Nizwa, and Sohar also have accommodation facilities, but there are not many options. In smaller places, there are guesthouses which are simple and spartan. The most famous of all is Misfah Old House. AirBnbs are the latest addition in Oman, giving tourists an opportunity to stay near Wadis and beautiful Omani mountains. In deserts, you can book various camps that have the best facilities. In the Wahiba Sands, Desert Night Camping is a must-try. Alternatively, in Oman, wild camping is allowed almost everywhere.
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