Oman is a jewel in the Gulf...

What Can I See And Do In Oman?

As you can see from these videos, Oman is the jewel of the GCC, the most beautiful country in the region.  There is a lot to explore, especially for the outdoor enthusiast.

Below is just a small list of places that you might want to visit….

Wahiba Sands: A destination in their own right, or a diversion between Muscat and Sur, these beautiful dunes, formerly known as Wahiba Sands, could keep the visitor occupied for days.

Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/oman/sharqiya-region/sharqiya-wahiba-sands#ixzz2EiY0dDNp . . ..

Wadi Shab: This wadi is arguably one of the most gorgeous destinations in Oman. Beyond the breathtaking entrance, the wadi rewards you with views of aquamarine pools, waterfalls and terraced plantations; kingfishers add glorious splashes of colour. For the adventurous, there are plenty of opportunities for (discreet) swimming and a visit to a partially submerged cave.

Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/oman/sights/waterfall/wadi-shab#ixzz2EiaZAdbX

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Jebel Akhdar: Jebel Akhdar refers not to a mountain as such, but to an area that encompasses the great Saiq Plateau, at 2000m above sea level.

Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/oman/al-dakhiliyah-region/jebel-akhdar#ixzz2Eica0PLo . .

Salalah: Salalah, the capital of Dhofar, is a colourful, subtropical city that owes much of its character to Oman’s former territories in East Africa. Flying into Salalah from Muscat, especially during the khareef, it is hard to imagine that Oman’s first and second cities share the same continent. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/oman/dhofar/salalah#ixzz2EidhMuuK
To learn more about living in Oman, consider the following titles Oman UAE & the Arabian Peninsula Oman Off-Road: Explorer .