Amongst all these things to see, there are, all the same, numerous "must-see" sites, in particular, the capital Muscat. The secondary cities situated a few hours' drive from the capital are also places filled with history and in full development, such as Sur, Nizwa and also Rustaq.
For those who love nature and treks in arid mountains, there are also magnificent sites, such as Jebel Akhdar and also Jebel Shams. Numerous rivers, called Wadis, sites not to be missed during your trip to Oman. Idyllic scenery right in the heart of the desert. You can choose between Wadi Shab, Wadi Bani Khalid and also Wadi Tiwi, which are among the most breathtaking sites in the country.
You'll have realised by now that Oman is a multifaceted country, offering just as many city visits as rural getaways. You only have to design your trip depending on what you like to do, whether it involves traditional cities or dry and green nature. To help you, travellers who have explored the country give you their opinions and advice, what they preferred, their ideas to prepare your trip for the best and lots of other information to ensure you have a successful holiday in Oman.