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One of the most beautiful Muslim friendly countries,  Oman can be traced as far back as the early 1st century CE, when it played the important role of being a trading port between the east and the west. At present, it is the pulsating heart of Oman as well as a popular tourist destination and will stun travelers with its rich cultural heritage and distinct atmosphere.

For many people, Oman is a mystery, as research shows that the most popular destinations are the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Israel, Jordan, Egypt and Turkey. Thus, Oman is yet to be discovered by exploratory travelers and in recent years the country has been making great efforts to become a Muslim friendly tourist destination.

Travellers will find plenty to do and see in Oman. Some of its most prominent attractions include  Grand Mosque, Nizwa, Misfat al Abrayeen,Qurum National Park and the Nakhal Fort. Several museums such as the Bait az-Zubair Museum, Children's Museum and the Sultan's Armed Forces Museum can also be visited.

Best time to visit

October to April is considered to be the best time to visit, as temperatures are pleasant. The country has a reliably warm climate, so you avoid the scorching summer months between June and August.

What to See, Eat and Do ?

Grand Mosque Muscat

Situated in western Muscat, the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is one of the city’s treasures. Built in 2001 on the orders of the late Sultan Qaboos, and the only Omani mosque open to non-Muslims, it’s impressive for its cream-marble courtyards, minarets, and prayer hall topped by a golden dome.


Like a radiant lighthouse, this mosque attracts its visitors to interact with the spirit of Islam as a religion, science and civilization. This mosque highlights its role as a scientific and intellectual source of knowledge across the Islamic world.


The grand mosque has one of the biggest 1-piece handmade Iranian carpet in the world and can comfortably accommodate up to 20,000 worshippers.


Nizwa city is located approximately 140km from Muscat. It is one of the oldest cities in Oman and once upon a time it was the Centre of trade, religion, arts and education. The city is an easy drive from Muscat. You can travel as a day trip or even spend a few days exploring the area.


When in Nizwa you should visit the Nizwa fort which is one of the most visited national and cultural monuments in the country. And for some authentic shopping then don’t forget to visit the Nizwa souq market which is the second largest souq after Mattrah souq in Muscat.


Nizwa is now the second-biggest tourist destination in Oman. It was named the Capital of Islamic Culture in 2013. The city is known for date cultivation, the most highly prized varieties of which are khalas and khumaizi.

Dubai Miracle Garden

Discover the beauty and creativity of the Dubai Miracle Garden with over 45 million blooming flowers that have been transformed into stunning shapes and sculptures, including a life-size Emirates A380 airplane.


Dubai Miracle Garden is the Middle Eastern city’s latest mega super project. It was opened on 14th Feb 2013 and has attracted more than 2,00,000 people in it’s first month of opening.


Miracle Garden is one of a kind in the region and in the world for such a unique display and extravagant outdoor recreational destination. Miracle Garden in its First Phase is providing state of the art services and facilities to all the visitors from around the world.

Palm Jumeirah

The Palm Jumeirah is one of the most iconic attractions of Dubai. Known to be the biggest manmade island in the world, the Palm Jumeirah is shaped in the form of a palm tree.


Each of the 16 fronds of the palm island is home to luxurious hotels, beautiful villas, high-end boutiques and malls, pristine beaches, etc. Moreover, there is the Hotel Atlantis the Palm, which is the crowning glory of the island. The View is the observation deck on the 52nd floor of the Palm Tower, next to Nakheel Mall.


The entrance to the building is on the roof of the mall, from where you take the elevator to the observation deck that in 240 meters above the palm island. Once you reach the deck, you get to see a 360 degree view of the Palm Jumeirah, the Dubai skyline and the Arabian Gulf.

Burj Khalifa

The Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world, soaring 2,717 feet (828 meters) high with more than 160 stepped floors that narrow as it climbs syringe-like to the sky. Designed to pay homage to the complex geometry of Islamic art, the Burj Khalifa brings a new meaning to the term skyscraper and is a highlight of the massive downtown Dubai complex.


See the breathtaking sites of Dubai from the top of the world’s tallest building. Visit the observation deck 124th floor of the iconic Burj Khalifa. At 1,483 feet (452 meters) tall, this living wonder is the most popular attraction in Dubai.


Then enjoy a 360-degree view of the city, desert and ocean below. Special telescopes provide a closer look at the sites. Also, enjoy a multimedia presentation of the history of Dubai and pick up a souvenir on the way back down.

Jumeirah Grand Mosque

The Jumeirah Mosque is one of the most loved architectural treasures and tourist attraction in Dubai. Opened in 1979, Jumeirah Grand Mosque was a gift from the Late Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the former Ruler of Dubai.


Built from white sandstone and crowned with a central dome and two towering minarets, Jumeirah Mosque is Dubai's main place of worship and arguably one of the most beautiful mosques in the United Arab Emirates.


Built exactly on lines of Cairo's Al Azhar Mosque that is eight times its size. Jumeirah Mosque, one of the few mosques in Dubai which are open to non-Muslims — an excellent way to gain a deeper understanding of Islam and its traditions.

Food in Oman

With influences from Indian, Persian, North African and Mediterranean cuisines, Omani food is a delicious fusion of spices, marinades and herbs. Chicken, lamb and rice are staples here, seasoned with ingredients like saffron, ginger and nutmeg, giving it flavor like no other.


Food of Oman differs from other food in the Arabian Peninsula, as it is less spicy and seldom served warm. You just can't resist savoring Omani traditional cuisine like Majboos, Shua, Mashuai and Mushaltat.

Sight-seeing & Activities


Beauty of Oman 8 days


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