Too Good to Ignore Omani Food – The Essential Eats of the Nation

Oman is one of the most prosperous and wealthy nations in the world, but you will be delighted to find that the nation’s food can be incredibly lavish yet surprisingly humble all at once. Shuwa This is one of the most renowned traditional Levantine foods popular in Oman. It’s usually known as ‘Quzi’ in most…

Grand Mosque Muscat – A Stunning Landmark in Oman

One of the most well known landmarks in the Omani capital of Muscat, the Grand Mosque combines sheer lavish design with an ambience full of peace and calm. It is open to outside visitors giving you the chance to explore this sacred site. An impressive gift In order to mark his 30 year reign, Sultan…

Sultan’s Armed Forces Museum – A Depository Unlike Any Other

The Sultanate of Oman is a nation with a fascinating history where battles and warfare are concerned and there is one place where you can truly experience this particular side of Oman’s heritage. Bayt al Falaj The museum is housed within the Bayt al Falaj Fort, which is more than a hundred-and-fifty years old. It…

Oman Weather & Seasons – Warm Days and Cold Nights

Salalah in Oman is in the northern hemisphere and above the equator, and therefore, is prone to weathers similar to New Zealand. Weather Oman is known for its extremely hot springs, summers and autumns, followed by mild winters that belong to the Mediterranean coasts. Hotels The Salalah attractions that offer some escape from the heat are the…

Mutrah Corniche -A mesmerising water-front in Muscat

Stretching over a beautiful corniche of latticed buildings and mosques, the Mutrah Corniche makes for a picture perfect sunrise and sunset. If you love long walks by the water, bike rides on paved paths and looking at fountains scattered about town, then Muscat is a place you must see. The industrial and boring elements of…