Seasons in Oman – When to go

The majority of the nation exists in the zone of the dry tropical atmosphere. Muscat, the capital of the nation, is considered as one of driest urban communities of the world. Spring May and the next two months of this season are totally dry. With non-attendance of downpours, there are no noteworthy breezes. Likewise, spring…

Business culture in Oman – Tackling the world of business in Oman

Oman was ranked 71st out of 190 countries in the World Bank’s ‘Ease of Doing Business’ rankings for the year 2018. Hence, Oman is seen as a relatively easy place in which one can do and engage in business. Listed below are a few facts in relation to business in Oman. Business culture and relationships…

Culture of Oman – Explore a culture rich nation

Although Oman is a modern country, the culture of Oman is steeped in its traditions and geography. Western influences are restricted here. Here are some facts about Oman’s culture. Geography and location When it comes to Oman’s culture, the geography speaks volumes of the nation’s cultural elements. Deserts to south and west and seas to…

Falaj Daris Park – A UNESCO World Heritage Site in Nizwa

The Falaj Daris Park is one of the six irrigation channels that received its World heritage site status from UNESCO in 2006. Water still flows in this irrigation system and there are many places along it that are ideal for picnics. How to get there The Falaj Daris Park is one of the best tourist spots…

Wadi Darbat of Oman – A Spring and Mountain Lover’s Paradise

Oman’s Wadi Darbat is one of the most beautiful places that the country has to offer. Filled with lush mountains and a serene spring it becomes busy during the autumn season. Where to park If you’re visiting Wadi Darbat during Khareef season (southeastern monsoon) you’ll find it extremely difficult to find parking near the spring…