Sitting on the south-eastern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, Oman is known for its expansive deserts, lush palm oases and golden beaches stretching along the Arabian Sea.
It’s easy to feel that you’ve stepped back in time walking the narrow alleys of the spice souqs, exploring medieval forts, or sleeping in a Bedouin tent in the Wahiba Sands. The capitol of Muscat is home to one of the most extravagant modern mosques, the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque.
But how do you access this ancient land, really delve deeply into its history, rich culture and natural beauty? Your Travelguru has explored the far reaches of Oman over decades of traveling the country countless times and his local contacts will open the doors to discovering this timeless destination the way it should be.