The Sultanate of Oman: land of ancestral traditions and exchanges but also of deserts and green valley.

Sultanate of Oman

The Sultanate of Oman is an authentic destination. Land of ancestral traditions and exchanges but also of deserts and green valleys, Oman fascinates the travelers. We love its nature with a big “N” and we let ourselves be guided in XXL panoramas: infinite orange dunes, deserted beaches, gorges and canyons, high and jagged mountains. The sultanate careful preserves its customs and heritage. This is why the ancient villages and monuments are gradually being rehabilitated. Muscat, the capital of Oman, remains on a human scale, without skyscrapers or huge buildings: a welcoming city, melted into its natural environment, set between sea and mountains.
The Sultanate of Oman in the time of Castles

The Sultanate of Oman in the time of Castles

Some 500 forts dot the mountains of the Sultanate of Oman. No matter where you go, you will run into a fort or a castles. There are so many you can’t visit them all! Those inland were influenced by Persian architecture, those on the coast by Portuguese. They dominate...
Escapes in the Hajar Mountain Range

Escapes in the Hajar Mountain Range

In the Sultanate of Oman, the landscape is tinted with three colors: ochre, the green of lush palm groves and the white of village houses embracing the mountain walls. Ochre is the dominant color and extends from the mountains to the desert and canyons. For...
The Natural Wonders of Oman: Green Wādī and Moving Sand

The Natural Wonders of Oman: Green Wādī and Moving Sand

Without a doubt Mother Nature gave the Sultanate of Oman her best ! As soon as you leave the city of Muscat, the scenery changes abruptly, and you find yourself in a mineral world of stony plains and jagged mountains. In the 14th century, Ibn Battûta, a Muslim Berber...
The East Coast of the Sultanate of Oman: A Walk along the Coastline

The East Coast of the Sultanate of Oman: A Walk along the Coastline

The coast of the Sultanate of Oman, at the eastern end of the Arabian Peninsula, offers many attractions. For millennia fishermen have navigated this long, pristine coastline of over 1,865 miles (3,165 kilometers.) The coast is lined with sand-colored forts built...
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