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In Oman, you’ll find the legendary Frankincense Tree, Boswellia sacra, famed for its aromatic resin used in incense and perfumes for centuries. This ancient trade in frankincense was once so valuable that it was dubbed “white gold,” and the region was a key player in the global spice trade. Today, visitors can still witness the harvesting of this fragrant resin in traditional markets and plantations across Oman.

About Oman

The Sultanate of Oman is a hidden gem situated on the southeast corner of the Arabian Peninsula. This is evident in the breathtaking diversity available in the Sultanate, combining versatile mountain ranges, breathtaking wadis, enchanting deserts and endless coastlines in a balance of natural beauty and rich history.

Oman encompasses an unparalleled number of UNESCO-classified World Heritage Sites, from the beehive tombs of the archeological site of Bat, dating back 3000 years, to the mysterious Bahla Fort, and Ras Al-Jinz which is the abode of the exceptional Green SeaTurtles.

The most pleasant months to visit Oman are October through March, where daytime temperatures fall into the lower 30°s and below. The hottest months are June through August, with the summer monsoon touching only the southern coast of Dhofar. During these months, Salalah receives a regular light rain, lowering the daytime high to an average of 30 C.

It’s perfect combination of a cultural heritage, thrilling adventure, and peaceful tranquility ensures something for the entire family.


Oman's capital, Muscat harmoniously fuses ancient charm and contemporary allure. With its majestic mosques, bustling markets, and coastal splendor, Muscat offers a captivating glimpse into Omani culture. From architectural wonders to natural beauty, this city encapsulates the essence of Arabian hospitality.


Located in Oman's interior, Nizwa is a historical gem known for its iconic fort and vibrant souq. The city offers a journey back in time with its traditional architecture, ancient traditions, and rich cultural heritage. Nizwa's allure lies in its captivating blend of history, authenticity, and natural beauty.

Jabal Akhdar

The Green Mountain which rises to an altitude of 3,020 m is located in the highest central part of the Hajar Mountains, the backbone of the country. Several villages are scattered in the mountains, including Seiq Al-Sherija, Wadi Beni Habib, Al Ain, Al Saqer, Al Manakher, Hil Al Yaman, Al Qasha. One of the main attractions is the rose and fruit tree plantations (pomegranate, peach, apricot, almond) on the Saiq plateau.

Jabal Shams

At the other end of the western Hajar range, “the mountain of the sun” is the highest point in the country with its peak at 3,075 m. Covered by several hiking trails, the Jabal Shams is one of the most breathtaking natural sites of Oman: the “Grand Canyon” of Wadi an Nakhar. A good road, first paved, then which turns into a track, leads to the crest of the canyon at a place called “Plateau” that reaches 1,950 meters above sea level.

Wahaiba Sands

In the heart of eastern Oman, the Wahiba Sands is an ocean of regular dunes that seem to stretch out endlessly. Pale gold at noon, the towering piles of sand shift between rich yellow and coppery orange when the sun is at lower angles. Just a three-hour drive from Muscat, an overnight stay here offers an easy way to experience the primal power of the desert from the comfort of luxe camps.

Ras Al Jinz Turtle Reserve

Evenings and nights are the best times to go to the Green Turtle Reserve in Ras Al Hadd or Ras al-Jinz whose beaches are home to almost 30,000 turtle eggs each year. Sea turtle laying season spans from June to September, but the activity is guaranteed almost all year round.


Situated in the Musandam Peninsula of Oman, Khasab is a hidden gem with breathtaking landscapes. Known as the "Norway of Arabia," it boasts dramatic fjords, towering cliffs, and crystal-clear waters. Khasab's untouched beauty, traditional charm, and abundant marine life make it a haven for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers.


Nestled in the southern region of Oman, Salalah is a tropical paradise renowned for its lush greenery, pristine beaches, and temperate climate. The city's captivating landscapes, including the stunning Frankincense Land and mesmerizing waterfalls, make it a perfect retreat for nature lovers seeking tranquility and natural beauty.

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