It would be difficult to travel to Oman and not feel that you are enjoying the planet in all its rawness. Whether hiking through wadis or mountains, swimming with whale sharks or dolphins, enjoying dramatic landscapes, it is a place that has retained its authenticity alongside its gorgeous landscape.
Bordering the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Yemen, Oman is located on the southeastern edge of the Arabian Peninsula bordering the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman. The Musandam Peninsula is a UAE favourite and has been called the Norway of Arabia with its beautiful fjords.
Take a trip to the uninhabited island in the Gulf of Oman, the Dimaniyat Islands which is known for its beautiful turquoise waters, dolphin watching, sea turtles, whale sharks and snorkelling.
Hike through Wadi Shab which is about an hour and a half away from Muscat and is a a guaranteed adventure.
From its waters to its mountains and coastline, Oman is a must for any adventurer.