Why Visit Oman?
Oman, a nation on the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, is celebrated for its stunning desert landscapes, historic forts, and rich cultural heritage. Covering approximately 309,500 square kilometers, it boasts diverse terrains, from the vast sand dunes of the Wahiba Sands to the dramatic fjords and coastline of the Musandam Peninsula. The capital, Muscat, is a vibrant city.
Oman’s history is deeply connected to maritime trade, the ancient Frankincense Route, and the Sultanate’s role as a seafaring power. The nation’s culture is a blend of Arabian traditions, Islamic influences, and a commitment to preserving its natural heritage.