12 Days in Oman
Sample a taste of true Arabia with this short video exploring the wonders of Oman, produced by Mark Roth Productions in association with Easy Writers and Elite Travel & Tourism
Discover a capital that still holds true to its authentic traditions and is characterised by its low rise white arabesque buildings. Muscat, the coastal city and capital of Oman maintains a charm that reflects its past with a flair that is uniquely Omani.
Sur was once a prominent centre of trade and known for its shipbuilding. Today, the city is a great place to visit for its Omani dhows and en-route to beautiful wadis, white sand beaches, desert and turtle reserve.
Nizwa, is one of the oldest cities in the Sultanate. Until this day, it is considered the silver capital and religious centre of the country. Explore the traditional souk with its pottery, local produce, nearby fort and even animal market.
The subtropical city of Salalah is Oman’s favourite getaway destination, famous for its Khareef. Year-round, Salalah’s coconut-fringed beaches and fruit plantations offer a flavour of Oman’s former territories in East Africa.
Located in the center of the Al Hajar ranges, the green mountain is known for being one of the most fertile terrains in the country. It is also famous for its rose water distillery, terraced fruit gardens and blossoming roses.
Oman’s Mountain of the Sun is best known for not only its peak but for the view into the spectacularly deep Wadi Ghul also known as the Grand Canyon of Arabia. Jabal Shams is a popular sightseeing, off-roading and trekking spot.
A northern exclave of Oman, Musandam is separated from the rest of the country by the east coast of the UAE. Dubbed the “Norway of Arabia” it features small fishing villages, striking limestone mountains and breathtaking fjords.
Home to the Bedu, Sharqiya sands also locally known as Wahiba Sands, offers a glimpse into the traditional lifestyles of the nomadic bedouins. Adventure seekers will be occupied for days in this vast golden playground.