Oman is a natural link
between
Africa and India.

Oman is a natural link between Africa and India.

It is also one of the few countries where you can explore a great variety of beautiful landscapes; the Indian Ocean and its golden beaches, the mountains reaching 3000 meters, and the ochre desert still inhabited by Bedouins.

 

In Oman, the traveler has always been considered as a guest, hence the long tradition of openness and hospitality and we love making you meet locals.

 

The country’s rich history is still present today in the hundreds of stone castles of Oman, witnessing 5,000 years of history such as the Bahla Fort included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

 

Oman is a unique destination, where the mix of cultures is beautifully expressed. Oman is the opposite of mass tourism and must urgently be discovered!

Oman is a unique destination

Mascate

Mascate

MASCATE

Long known as the world’s smallest capital, Muscat offers many luxurious hotels.

Nizwa

Nizwa

NIZWA

Near the desert, the ancient capital of Nizwa has retained its traditional architectural style. It’s the starting points of the mountains.

The Desert of Ash Sharqiyah Sands

The Desert of Ash Sharqiyah Sands

The Desert of Ash Sharqiyah Sands:

The heart of Oman is home to this vast sandy wilderness still inhabited by Bedouins. Your excursion can be a day trip, but the magic of a night under the star-studded vault in the silence of the desert is an unforgettable memory. Housing opportunities in fixed camps or in luxurious tents can be set up for you!

Jabal Shams

Jabal Shams

Jabal Shams

It’s the highest peak of Oman at 3075m. This mountain is home to the Oman GRAND CANYON that offers a breathtaking panorama from a plateau at 1950m above sea level. Unfortunately there is no luxurious hotel there.

Jabal Akhdar

Jabal Akhdar

Jabal Akhdar

Its name “The Green Mountain” comes from the many terraced crops whose slopes are covered. Two 5* hotel including the very famous ALILA offering very higher end offers with a lot of original possibilities.

The peninsula of Musandam

The peninsula of Musandam

The peninsula of Musandam

Musandam Peninsula is separated from the rest of Oman by part of the United Arab Emirates, facing the Strait of Hormuz. You can discover the coast aboard a “dhow”. These traditional boats are used to make shore excursions to admire the bay and islands and snorkel outings.