If you’re in search of natural adventures, discover Oman's breathtaking terrain. Explore mountains such as Al Jabal Al Akhdar and Al Jabal Shams, the desert's ancient mysteries in Bidiya and splendid beaches in Raz Al Jinz, home to the world-renowned Turtle Reserve. Salalah’s lush, green khareef season has captivated visitors for centuries. Seas surrounding Dimaniyat Island are home to a dazzling world of marine life.
Should you hear the call of Oman’s culture and history, the beautiful city of Nizwa is home to one of the nation's largest forts. Muscat's magnificent Royal Opera House hosts a vast collection of diverse entertainers from around the world. Just a few kilometers away, the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque’s graceful beauty reflects our nation's past, present and future.
You are also encouraged to visit Salalah in the Dhofar governorate known as Switzerland of the Gulf, discover the underworld of Oman at Dimaniyat Island located in Muscat governorate, explore one of the greenest wadis in Oman in Wadi Bani Khalid in Al Sharqiya governorate, and one of the largest castles in Oman the Nizwa Fort in Nizwa located at the Al Dakhiliyah governorate.
Just two hours from Muscat, Badiya is a world apart, at the edge of the vast, breathtaking A'Sharqiyah sands.
Jebel Shams (Mountain of Sun), the country’s highest mountain is a tranquil land that features extraordinary views and options for comfortable accommodations or living on the land.
Jebel Akhdar (Green Mountain) is one of the Sultanate’s most popular destinations for residents and visitors, thanks to its diverse options for relaxation, hiking and visiting cultural sites.
Omani musicians perform the songs of our nation and the world’s entertainers bring their artistry to the stage at the Royal Opera House Muscat.
Across winter’s warm days and crisp evenings, Oman’s deserts beckon to adventurers who embrace natural beauty and exceptional experiences.