Oman, one of the most traveled country in the world. But just when you thought you knew it all.
Here are 6 breathtaking places to visit in Oman you (probably) didn’t know.
This capital city is part of everyone’s itinerary who’re traveling to Oman. And why shouldn’t it be? It’s a home to the beautiful Qasr Al Alam Royal Palace, the twin forts of Al Jalali and Al Mirani, and the one-of-a-kind Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque with its marble panels and the second largest Persian carpet in the world. The Islamic architecture is a reason enough for this city to be one the top places to visit in Oman.
The 17th century Nizwa fort is one of the simplest places to visit in Oman, which is known for its defence mechanism such as the honey traps, the strategically shaped windows, and the enormous cylindrical tower for approaching enemies. You can also check out the outdoor market or the unusual goat market for a unique experience.
Experience the traditional life with the Bedu people at Wahiba Sands which happens to be one of the best places to visit in Oman. From the city of Ibra, you can start the tour for Wahiba Sands wherein you can enjoy a camel ride and dune bashing on the sand dunes all around you.
Being the highest point in Oman, Jebel Akhdar is mainly made of limestone despite which the cooler temperature here will be a pleasant change during your vacation. Out of all the places to visit in Oman this place is perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking, climbing and trekking.
While looking for Oman tourist places you must visit the city of Salalah which boasts of incredible architecture as well as lots of shopping opportunities. You must visit this gorgeous place between June to August when the monsoons transform this place into a lush green paradise with waterfalls and streams. During these months Salalah becomes one of the most breathtaking places to visit in Oman.
Within the city of Bahla lies an oasis named the Bahla Fort, which is a 13th century masterpiece. One of the top places to visit in Oman, the walls of this fort stretch upto 7 miles in length and are nothing less than pure bliss. The local tribe are craftsmen of pottery who earn their living by selling their handmade souvenirs at the local market.
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