Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, Muscat

This stunning mosque is a masterpiece of modern Islamic architecture, featuring a massive prayer hall, intricate chandeliers, and beautiful gardens. It is one of the largest mosques in the world and open to non-Muslim visitors during specific hours.

Nizwa Fort, Nizwa

This impressive fort is a symbol of Oman's rich history and cultural heritage. Built in the 17th century, it features a large cylindrical tower, traditional Omani architecture, and a museum that showcases the region's history.

Wahiba Sands

Also known as the Sharqiya Sands, this vast desert is known for its rolling sand dunes and Bedouin culture. Visitors can enjoy dune bashing, camel rides, and camping under the stars.

Jebel Akhdar (The Green Mountain)

Part of the Al Hajar Mountains, Jebel Akhdar is known for its cooler climate, terraced farms, and fruit orchards. The area offers stunning hiking trails and panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

Wadi Shab

A beautiful gorge with clear turquoise pools, waterfalls, and lush greenery. A popular spot for hiking and swimming, Wadi Shab offers a picturesque adventure, with a hidden cave at the end of the wadi.

Bahla Fort

Bahla Fort is an impressive example of traditional Omani mud-brick architecture. The fort and its surrounding walls date back to the 13th century and offer a glimpse into Oman's medieval history.

Jebel Shams (Mountain of the Sun)

The highest peak in Oman, Jebel Shams is known for its dramatic scenery and the "Grand Canyon of Oman." The area is ideal for hiking and offers breathtaking views of deep canyons and rugged landscapes.


Located in the Dhofar region, Salalah is known for its lush greenery during the Khareef (monsoon) season, beautiful beaches, and historical sites. Highlights include Al Mughsail Beach, the Frankincense Land Museum, and the ancient ruins of Sumhuram.