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Nizwa, Oman
A day spent at the refurbished souqs in Nizwa and the surrounding fort is definitely worth it. There were produce stalls, butchers, pottery, date shops, gun shops (for hunting), hardware stores, tourist shops, jewelry, tailors, and there is even a...
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Oman
From this point on, I was going where no vehicles can go – I had to rely on my feet – and occasionally my hands. But little did I know that what I really had to rely upon was my mind to get me through the next hiking days along the Oman coast....
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Mirbat, Oman
Mirbat lies about 45 minutes driving time away from Salalah airport, along the ocean and the mountain each with its own peculiar geography. Marriott Resort is about6 km away from Mirbat, truly out in the bushes, by the sea in an self contained...
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Al Amarat, Oman
Mention to friends and family that you are planning a trip to Oman and, invariably, you will be met by dumb stares and the inevitable, “Where?” Seven years after being introduced to travel and lifestyle readers around the globe, Oman’s reputation...
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Nizwa, Oman
At the summit of Oman’s Jabal Akhdar (Green Mountain), you’ll find the new Alila Jabal Akhdar resort, whose flat rooftops are a nod to traditional Omani homes. You can hike the craggy Al Hajar Mountains by day and, by night, take a dip...
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Salalah, Oman
Salalah is the capital of Oman’s southern Dhofar province, and the second-largest city in the country. Set on the Arabian Sea and backed by the Dhofar Mountains, the city enjoys a sub-tropical climate and a summer monsoon season—the khareef—that...
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Muscat, Oman
In a country that doesn't believe in serving budget travelers, Rob's Guest House is a super option to expensive, impersonal hotels in Oman. At Rob's - you feel like you are staying with friends. I stayed here and it was a perfect budget way to...
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Muscat, Oman
In December, we travelled to Dubai, United Arab Emirates followed by Muscat, Oman. While Dubai was flashy and "in your face" flaunting it's wealth, Oman is the opposite. It is gentle and easy going.... charming you with it's natural beauty and low...
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Muscat, Oman
An Omani man relaxes on the corniche, enjoying some people watching at sunset. The streets start to fill with locals enjoying the cool breeze and watching the magical transformation of the corniche from day to night.
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Tiwi, Oman
Find a little slice of Middle Eastern paradise 2 hours outside of Muscat at Wadi Shab. Hike into this pristine wadi (valley) which snakes deep into the rocks and provides an array of oranges and browns that you will marvel at at the sun hides...
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Ar Rissah, Oman

Jebel Akhdar, meaning (The Green Mountain), surpringly provided some lush, terraced landscapes to hike through. Due to Jebel Akhdar’s location and unique weather, the Green Mountain produces a variety of fruits, but it also produces some...