About Oman and Why should you go?
A Hidden treasure With a History dating right back to 3,000 BC, Oman's unspoilt land could tell a thousand tales. It was the birthplace of the Queen of Sheba. the last resting place of Prophet Job and the home and port of the famous adventurer, Sinbad the Sailor. So it is no wonder that the Sultanate has such on abundance of hidden treasure- From the grand forts, exquisite palaces and mystical souqs of the capital Muscat, to the undulating dunes. Fresh water wadis and miles upon miles of unspoilt sandy beaches. Oman is just waiting to be discovered. With natural geysers, vibrant coral reefs, soothing hot springs and mesmerising aquamarine wadis, Oman has been truly blessed by Mother nature. It is also home to the endangered Arabian Oryx and is one of only three places in the world where rare Greenback Turtle breed. The sight of thousand of baby Greenback Turtles scrambling into the water for the very first time is certainly one to behold.
Whay you should go..
Oman is known for its popular tourist attractions. Wadi's deserts, beaches, and mountains are areas which make Oman unique to its neighboring GCC nations (Wadis in particular). Jebel Shams is Oman's tallest mountain, highest point, and is a popular destination for camping. Most of the major malls are located in Muscat, the capital. The largest mall in the country is the Muscat City Centre which was built by Majid Futtaim, an Emirati business man. Other popular tourist activities include sand skiing in the desert, mountain-climbing, camel racing, and camping.