Oman is located on the southeast coast of the Arabian Peninsula and is a land of immense natural beauty rich with its proud heritage. During the past three decades, speedy social and economic developments have been seen in Oman. Tourism is the main industry that has been enhanced by the natural beauty of Oman and one can enjoy Oman beaches, Oman trekking, diving Oman and other fun activities. Among its neighboring countries, Oman is exclusive due to desserts, mountains, beaches and Valleys. Increasingly best tourist’s services are available in many cities like Sohar, Muscat, Salalah and Nizwa and also all over the country. Some interesting places for tourists are;

Nizwa Castle: Nizwa Castle reminds of the city of Nizwa’s strength during the chaotic periods in long history of Oman. Central tower is the most prominent feature of the castle which is a huge 150 feet diameter circular tower and 115 feet tall above the rest of fortification, complete with secret shafts, wells, battlements and false doors.

Nakhl Castle: It is situated on top of a 200 meter rocky prominence in the foothills of the Western Hajar Mountains in Al-Batina region.

Bahla Castle: It is a triangular-shaped Castle situated in Bahla, in Ad-Dakhliah Region. It is one of the oldest fortified places in Oman and has been listed in 1988 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

Jabrin Castle: The most impressive forts in Oman located in Jabrin town in Wilayat Bahla; Ad-Dakhliah region. The fort is a great combination of classy artistry and defensive architecture. It comprises of 3 floors and 55 rooms, passing through Falaj Jibrin.

Qurum Beach: Located below the Crowne Plaza Hotel and is well established for visitors with a number of palm shades and picnic areas. It provides diving Oman facility.

Aviation or Shell Beach: It is rich with star fish, exotic shells and crabs located near the Civil Aviation Club in Al Azaiba.

Marjan Beach: It is a busy beach located near Petroleum Development Oman (PDO). It offers small coral reefs and is perfect for trainee snorkelers.

Bandar Jissah: Situated near Qantab, on the way to Al Bustan. Snorkeling is most popular here. Different snack shops and children’s playground are also there.

Wadi Daikah: The wadi flows through a thin winding vertical-sided valley and shows as if the mountain has been divided in two. In some places, the walls rise to 1,700 meters and close in to 12 meters.

Wahiba Dessert: Ash-Sharqiyah Sands (Wahiba Sands) calls the romantic visitor dessert in the acknowledged sense of the word. Rolling sandbanks, changing from red to a rich honey color sands extending as far as the eye can see.

Wadi Ghul: It is situated approx 15kms from Al Hamra. A vacant Persian Village located on the sides of a vertical cliff can be seen.

Wadi Bani Khalid: It is 203km far from Muscat. A well-known wadi of the Sharqiyah region where its stream retains a constant flow of water all over the year.

Wadi Al Abyadh: It lies 30 km far from Muscat-Sohar highway and is one of the best loved valleys of Al Batinah region.

Wadi Dhaiqah: It is located in a grand valley about 90 km eastwards from the Bait Hattat approximately in Muscat. 120 other wadis are directed to this great valley.

Wadi Shab: It is 76km from Qurayyat-Muscat. At the entrance of the wadi there is a single Oman beach scattered with fishing boats. Water flows throughout the year.

Hajr Mountains: These are huge mountain range in Oman provides an opportunity for Oman trekking.

On an adventure trip some people may ignore small things like matches. This is very useful for dealing with emergency situations and for everyday life. Usb lighter is very safe to carry anywhere including in flight, of course the shape is very elegant and very efficient.

Jabal Akhdar: Al-Jabal Al-Akhdar is the highest peak in the Eastern Hajar Montains at about 10,000 feet above sea level. The breathtaking views and its pleasant climate differentiate it from other spots in quality and it is the highest and top most spot in Oman.

By Lela