Monday, November 28, 2011

Travel to Oman

Today when you think of the Middle East you imagine exclusive luxury hotels, skyscrapers and modern cosmopolitan environment. Well, a country which has yet preserved it scenic charms and rugged raw look is Oman. Almost untouched, the Sultanate boasts of a quiet magnificence that is reflected in the unending deserts, grand textured mountains, miles of coastline and stretched beaches, and unparalleled architecture that is unique. But, don’t underestimate its hospitality. This Sultanate is already home to more than 10 five star hotels and a large number of spas, three star and four star properties to give you the best of Omani hospitality. Many world travelers prefer to travel to Oman for special spa holidays that allow them to relax amidst luxury and beauty.

If you are curious about the country’s natural splendour, the best thing to do is get in touch with a good travel agency and a plan your next holiday here. Oman has tremendous natural beauty to showcase. It is packed with a number of reserves, valleys, mountains, caves, the Strait of Hormuz, rock parks, a canyon, lagoons, water springs, islands, beaches, deserts and Geo- Sites. The must-see reserves include the Al Jabal Al Akhdhar Sanctuary for Natural Sceneries, As Saleel Nature Park, Al Dimaniyat Islands Nature Reserve, Dhofar Lagoons, the Samhan Mountain, the Oman Botanic Garden, the Natural Living Sanctuary, the Wadi Sireen Reserve, and the Turtle Reserve.

Valleys are also synonymous with Wadis. Some of the most distinctive and beautiful wadis are situated in the heart of Oman. An oasis with habitants and unique vegetation, wadis worth visiting are, Wadi Al Arbiyeen, Wadi Muayden, Wadi Bani Awf, Wadi Bani Khalid, Wadi Al Dayqah, Wadi Darbat, Wadi Andam, Wadi Al Nakhr, Wadi Al Shab, Wadi Tiwi and Wadi Abyad.

Oman houses some of the most beautiful beaches. With a coastline that covers a distance of more than 3000 kilometers, some of the must-see beaches are Al Bustan Beach, Mutrah Corniche, Duqm Beach, and beaches of Dhofar, Al Qurm Beach, Ras Al Hadd Beach, Sohar Corniche, Al Sawadi Beach and the coasts of the Al Wusta region.

The country is also known for having the world’s second largest cave system named Majlis Al Jinn. In addition to this, other celebrated caves include AlHoota Cave, Muqal Cave, Al Marnif Cave, and Teeq Cave and Tawi Ateer Sinkhole.

With so many things to see and places to visit, a travel to Oman should definitely be on your cards. Make your bookings now and enjoy the country that can only be described as one in a million, when it comes to scenic landscapes and unsullied beauty.

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