Located near the bordering city of Buraimi, no place in Oman has water as pure and transparent as Ain Sahban. The waters are simply mind-blowing and worth every minute of the three-hour drive from Muscat. #Oman #AinSahban #Nature #Peaceful #Peace #BlueOasis
There’s nothing better than cozying up on a chilly winter night with a good, home-cooked meal. Enjoy the simple recipe of Cauliflower mac and cheese which can be a wholesome meal for the complete family.
The designer of this castle was Imam Sultan bin Saif al Yarubi. Al Yarubi tribe was most famously known for removing the Portuguese from Oman.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Oman has been blessed with breathtaking natural views ranging from vast turquoise oceans to cocoa brown mountaintops, and is the home to many legends, ancient structures and ultra-modern architecture.
This is the desert as you’ve always imagined it: a huge, virtually uninhabited swathe of sand, with towering dunes, reaching almost 100mt in places, sculpted by the wind into delicately molded crests and hollows with the shades of color from Orange to hues of Amber.
Wadi Tiwi, which is named after Tiwi village at the coast, is a truly beautiful wadi with the lush plantations giving it a different feel than many other wadis.
The world may be getting smaller, but Salalah still feels like a distant land with a lot to explore…
Looking similar to scenes from some dramatic Hollywood plot, Wadi Dayqah Dam is quite a spectacular sight! Set in the rugged limestone Wadi this huge construction is a real contrast of natural Omani beauty and impressive human engineering.