Sandalwood oil is one of the most expensive essential oils available on the market today. The highest quality sandalwood is the Indian variety, known as Santalum album.
During the 6th century, Sur was an established center for trade with East Africa. In the 16th century, it was under Portuguese rule but was liberated by the Omani imam Nassir ibn Murshid and underwent an economic revival, as a trade center with India and East Africa.
Sultanate of Oman is a land of rich history and intriguing culture that dates back well over 5000 years.
There is nothing better than a crispy pizza topped with bubbly cheese and piled high with toppings. This Mediterranean pizza is fun to make and full of health.
A common Arabian barbecue item, which has succulent chicken pieces marinated and grilled to perfection. Perfect for some light munching during the evenings.
The village boasts amazing agricultural terraces, beautiful alleys, and old houses built on top of solid rocks. The combination of these elements gives a visitor to Misfat Al Abriyeen a dramatic image from the viewing platform, which is a short walk from the entrance to the village.
The cherry tomatoes are blessed with an amazing texture due to the volcanic nature of the soil, which is full of minerals and nutrients. It is no surprise that the locals cherish their locally produced tomatoes.
In Oman, the peak time for the turtles’ migration is between April and August of every year. Approximately 20,000 turtles come to some of Oman’s beaches, especially the eastern ones, to lay 50,000 to 60,000 eggs.
The health benefits of clove oil are vast and include supporting the health of your liver, skin and mouth. Here are some of most common medicinal clove oil uses today…
This Champions breakfast is rich in vitamin C and iron with eggs, spinach and leeks that will super-charge your morning.
This classic Arabian dish is comforting, rich and easy to make.
Located at the eastern tip of the modern capital city, Muscat’s Old Town is best known for its pair of 16th-century forts and the prominent Al Alam (The Flag) Palace on the edge of the waterfront.