The southeastern edges of the Arabian Peninsula witness a beautiful place called, ‘Sultanate of Oman’. Travelers often ignore this far-flung exotic destination which is all around filled with sensational and eye-catching cities and attractive spots. The capital of Muscat, Oman is an extremely popular destination spot but only a small part of the city makes it worth living.

One should keep Oman in their traveling bucket if you are:

  • Amazing mountain ranges.
  • Exhilarated by deserted landscapes.
  • Warm beaches all around the year.
  • Historic forts

Some mesmerizing places in Oman are:-


If one goes to Oman for very little time and he/ she desires to visit someplace there then he/she must visit MUSCAT. The city is an adorable home to palaces, forts, museums, and markets. Although one can’t go inside Qasr Al Alam Royal Palace, one can get close to the harbor for a close view of the magnificent structure. The palace is guarded with two forts of Al Mirani and Al Jalali. These are now converted to a museum and are open to everyone to view.


Nizwa was once the capital of Oman in the sixth and seventh centuries. In the seventeenth century, it was built under Sultan Bin Saif Al Ya’ribi. Archaeologists believe that some parts of the fort belong to the 9th century. The fort show casts the life of people in Oman during the 17th century. The fort has a great defense system, which also includes honey traps and unshaped windows for shooting enemies approaching theirs.


There are miles of desert dunes in the center of Oman and thus create a deserted area called the Wahiba Sands. This destination is popular for the search of true, traditional, and authentic Onam. This was the place where once BEDU people used to live.


The northmost portion of Oman is occupied by the Musandam Peninsula. The parts of this region have served as a home to residents in mountain villages and coastal communities. If one goes to visit Musandam Fjords, they can do boat trips so as to explore the peaks rising up from the water, spot dolphins, and witness coasts. The place has a traditional Omani boat as well as a scuba. The population is sporadic and has an abundance of wildlife which makes the place best for tourists.

Oman photography

The easternmost part Of Oman has Ras Al Jinz. It is a turtle reserve place that protects and populates turtles that come there from the Indian Ocean. One can see turtle nests as well as baby turtle hatch along the beachside if they visit the place between May to October. People prefer to go there at night time and watch out Turtle Visitors Center and Museum also.



This place can be translated into the Green Mountains and is considered to be a part of the Al Hajar Mountains. Jebel Akhdar is a region of primary limestones, has the highest point in the entire country of Oman. The area is very preferable for agriculture growth and also has a cooler environment due to elevation. The place is open for hiking.


The southern part of Oman has Salalah. The destination is considered as the second city to Muscat. Salalah is an ancient home to Sultan Qaboos, the ruling Sultan in Oman since 1970 has made the place quite significant. One can visit the beautiful Qaboos Palace, and one appreciates the OLD TOWN architecture there also known as ‘HAFFA’.  Salalah is known for its Boswellia trade, so be sure to pick some up as memorabilia from the market in the Haffa. 

I hope these underrated tourist spots of Oman are enough to convince you for planning a trip to this outdoor destination. It is an incredible destination as it offers you a wide range from desert paradise to high altitude mountain ranges. What are you waiting for? It’s a high to time pack your bag to have an adventurous trip!


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