Oman, gateway to paradise: report

Best ways to explore Oman as a tourist
Best ways to explore Oman as a tourist

In a new report from India’s, “Trav Talk online magzine “, said “As the second largest country in the Arabian Peninsula, the Sultanate of Oman has a variety of topographic features such as valleys between rugged mountain ranges. These are between terraced orchards, where pomegranates, apricots and roses grow,  and stretches of vast plan with desert peppered with wadis. Oman’s cities line up along the coast.

The report said: Before the 1970s, Oman was a major port for travelers, which resulted in assimilation of several cultures into its own, It was Sultan Qaboos bin Said who unified Oman’s national identity, thus creating the Sultanate’s unique and welcoming culture.

The report added: Muscat is one of Oman’s oldest, picturesque and largest cities. There are many attractions in Oman, which tourists should not never give a miss. Some of these Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, the Royal Opera House, Muttrah Fort, Shati Al Qurum beach, Bait Al Zubair Museum, Muttrah Souq and others.

The report also said that the Sultanate of Oman also offers a plurality of activities related to the sea. The Dunes Beach Club restaurant, located in Jebel Sifah, presents a whole new gastronomic experience by the sea. Stunning views and elegant decoration make it an ideal place to enjoy a moment of relaxation over a drink, lunch or dinner. The splendid eco-resort Six senses Zighy Bay, located in the Musandam Peninsula offers a new day trip on their luxury Omani dhow, the Dhahab Exclusively reserved for its guests, the experience offers navigation along the fjords and costal villages, nautical activities and a gourmet lunch prepared by the chef on board.

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