Nizwa in Oman is a potpourri of experiences that define Omani culture. I visited this beautiful country a few years back and came back with so many memories. Nizwa was the erstwhile capital of Oman in the 6th and 7th century and has been befittingly called the ‘Pearl of Islam’, Nizwa is one of the… Read More Nizwa Travel Guide
One of the most unique sights in Oman is also something that is close to my heart – a conservation center for turtles. Ras Al Jinz Turtle Reserve in Oman is doing its bit for the conservation of the Chelonia Mydas or the Green Turtles. Renowned to be one of the nesting concentration sites of… Read More Ras Al Jinz Turtle Reserve
With a coastline that extends over 3000 kilometres, Oman is quite a revelation when it comes to comparing it with its other Middle Eastern neighbours. Middle Eastern mythology says that Sinbad the Sailor was born in Oman and he set sail on his legendary voyages from Sohar, a maritime port in the northern part of… Read More Oman’s Wadi Shab and Bimmah Sinkhole
The cultural hotspot of the region, Muscat is a potpourri of tradition, heritage and modernity that is woven together seamlessly to give the visitor an experience that is unparallel. It was my first visit to Muscat and Oman and I went with an open mind. I suggest you too as this city will surprise you with… Read More 48 Hours In Muscat
Want to know all about Muscat? Here are some images and story link: Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque Corniche Amouage Perfume factory Royal Opera House Muttrah Souk The National Museum This story appeared in Happytrips.com here and the content can be read from the same link.