PLEASE WAIT...

Your search is in progress and should not take longer than 60 seconds.

Thank you for your patience!

Newsletter

Dear visitor, if you would like fresh information about our Goa and Kerala offers please submit your email below and you will be kept informed.

Book with confidence

ABTA ATOL

For your financial protection

 

  

  

 

 

Salalah

Salalah is the modern administrative as well as the economical center of the South. Salalah is equipped with its own airport and Harbour, Mina Raysut, big enough to offer anchor places for major international cruise-liners.

Parts of Salalah will remind you more of a tropical place –  Coconut and Papaya trees, as well as extensive banana plantations – and on the sidewalks small shops offer their fresh fruits for small money. Reason for this are the monsoon rainfalls, which strive Salalah and it surroundings between June and September.

Sur

 

Sur is a sea faring town and a trading port bustling with activity throughout the year. Famed for the fascinating architecture of its old town and shipyards where traditional dhows have been built for centuries at the edge of the bay.

 

Wadi Bani Khalid

Wadi Bani Khalid is a lush green valley surrounded by rugged mountains offering an incredible view and a chance to capture the scenic beauty with your camera.

Its stream maintains a constant flow of water throughout the year. Large pools of water and boulders are scattered along the course of the wadi.

Caves form some of the interesting features of this wadi. These include Kahf Maqal which is one of the Sultanate's underground chambers. However, reaching this cave takes a lot of effort and visitors should be prepared for the adventure. Springs of water are also common in this wadi
.

Wahiba Sands

Wahiba Sands is one of the most fascinating and mysterious regions of Oman. The vast, ever shifting dunes support an astonishing variety of wildlife and host different kinds of flora and fauna. The quick changing patterns of the dunes are a photographer's delight.

The Wahiba is also home to a few thousand Bedouins, who are known to have inhabited this inhospitable region for at least 7000 years. Wahiba is also famous for its dune bashing.

 

 «Back to Oman Attractions»