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Why we love Oman
The latest insight from our time spent exploring Oman.
Oman is described as a jewel on the Arabian Peninsula, bordering the UAE to the Northwest, Yemen to the Southwest and Saudi Arabia to the West. Oman is made up of rolling desert dunes, white-sand coastlines and picturesque mountains that change colour throughout the day.
Oman is easily accessible with direct flights from London to Muscat. Visitors can escape to private and secluded areas, such as Zighy Bay, only a two-hour drive from Dubai. With guaranteed sun, there is something for everyone, whether it's a night in the dunes or discovering the cultural and historical sites of Muscat, which makes Oman a timeless destination.
Culture & Heritage
Oman is the oldest independent state in the Arab world, and one of the most traditional. The country is blessed with diverse and unspoiled nature. Oman remains loyal to its heritage and skillfully balances the traditional and modern, so visitors can experience the rich history while also enjoying modern comforts and facilities.
There is much to explore in The Capital city of Muscat, including the Grand Mosque. Visit the Muttrah Corniche Souk for an authentic experience. Alternatively, you can explore Oman's traditional side by trekking into the mountain villages. Oman has several cultural features that make it unique, such as the Omani folk dance, dress, Khanjar, cuisine and the Falajes.
Oman is one of the most diverse countries in the world, both through its landscapes and also through its people. Oman is a haven of cultural integration, and promotes different cultures and freedom of ethnic expression. Oman's concept of social harmony is based on unreservedly embracing the characteristics and uniqueness of new cultures, making Oman an inviting and welcoming country to visit.
Once a tour of the cities is complete, there are beautiful ancient villages waiting to be explored. Spend a day in the rolling desert dunes, climb Oman's highest peak (Jebel Al Akhdar), or head for some pearl diving on Zighy Bay, the possibilities are endless.
Oman is a charming country, this can be said for the people too. The locals are extremely friendly, open-minded and welcoming. Should you stop of the side of the road, someone will always stop to help. The best way to get in touch with locals is in the local markets (Souks) or all the places near forts and mosques. The communities are safe and stable, this is due to the multicultural and culturally-accepting society helping the country be successful in promoting law and order. As long as visitors are respectful of local culture and traditions, they will welcomed with open arms by the locals.
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