Oman, the second largest country in the Middle East and it occupies the southeastern part of the Arabian Peninsula, bordered by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The topography of Oman is varied and dramatic, with rocky mountains and deep water inlets in the north, rolling dunes and salt flats in the central interior, verdant green hills in the southern Dhofar province, and a coastline stretching thousands of miles with magnificent beaches and cosy coves. The main reason one should travel to Oman is it’s astounding beauty of the natural landscape. The dramatic coastline of Masirah Island, the rolling sand dunes of the vast Wahiba Sands desert, the prehistoric fossils in the valleys around Buraimi, and the rugged Hajar Mountains are all a once in a life time unforgettable experiences that could lanquish your memories for years ahead.
Tourism activities are mainly restricted to Muscat and the southern town of Salalah. Muscat now has become a prosperous modern city without losing its old world charm and heritage. It features forts, palaces, and other historic sites of interest to visitors, as well as an exciting traditional (bazaar) and some stunning long sandy beaches like Qurum, Bandar Al-Jissah, and Yiti.