About Oman

Tourism in Oman has grown considerably recently, and it is expected to be one of the largest industries in the country.The World Travel & Tourism Council stated that Oman is the fastest growing tourism destination in the Middle East.Oman has one of the most diverse environments in the Middle East with various tourist attractions and is particularly well known for cultural tourism.Known for its traditional hospitality, Oman makes you feel right at home from the time you arrive, until the moment you leave. The local Omanis are very friendly and always willing to help. English is widely spoken although sometimes on a very basic form.Oman has the most up-and-coming tourism industry in the Gulf, and more and more people are booking Oman holidays.With new facilities and resorts being developed, it is a perfect time to book an Oman luxury holiday.The sultanate has been, and continues to be, politically stable and safe for tourists This is perhaps one of the biggest selling points for Oman holidays, as opposed to holidays in other regions of the Gulf.

Tourist attractions
  • Wahiba sands - Oman
  • Al Mazara or Wadi Dayqah Dam - Oman
  • Royal Opera House, Muscat
  • Sea Taxi Service between Marina Bandar al Rowdha and the Jebel Sifah Marina
  • Al Sahwa Park , Muscat
  • The Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque
  • Oman Museums
    • Jabal Shams: Oman Grand Canyon ( Shorfat al Nakhar)
  • Oman- Misfat al Abreen: the secret of Jabal Shams
    • Ras al Hadd beckons tourists
    • Scenic wonders of Yeti, Oman
  • Al Hoota Cave
  • Hawiyat Najim Park, Quriyat
  • Muscat Under water tour
    • Muscat Khasab Ferry
    • Sur Suspension Bridge
  • Wadi bani Khalid
  • Wadi Shab, Tiwi
  • Barsati Village (Oman Dive Centre near Qantab)