Tourism in the Sultanate of Oman

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Tourism in the Sultanate of Oman

Tourism in the Sultanate of Oman has grown significantly in the recent period in recent times, and it is considered one of the most diverse countries in the Middle East in environments, with many areas of tourist attraction, and the Omani capital, Muscat, was chosen in 2012 as the capital of tourism in the Arab countries by Lonely Blunt is the most common cultural tourism in the country, and contains many elements of beautiful tourism, such as hotels, resorts, and many services.

Attractions in Sultanate of Oman

Beaches

There are many beaches, such as the Sip Beach, which is characterized by its fine sand. Swimming can be practiced, kitesurfing, diving, snorkelling, boating and surfing. There is Crimean Beach which provides hotel services, which is for family gatherings, and it contains restaurants, cafes, and can take trips such as fishing , Boating.

Marine animals and birds

There is a turtle sanctuary in Ras Al Jinz near the Wall, and it contains many turtles that live for more than a hundred years, and swimming longitudinally and transversely from the Indian Ocean, and returns every year to lay eggs on the shores of Ras Al Hadd, the Jinz and Masirah Island, and there are many dolphins that come Near the Omani seas regularly, and can be clearly seen near the coast, and the island of stallion is the most places where dolphins can be seen. Blue, humpback, Amber, dwarf amber, Coffier’s beak, and pygmy killer are the most famous in these seas.

It includes many birds that have reached more than 460 different species, and there are approximately eighty species residing in the country, and the rest of the migratory and seasonal species, and it provides a unique opportunity to see birds from Europe, Africa and Asia in one spot during the annual migrations during the two seasons. Spring and autumn due to the relative cold between October and April. The heron, the ospreys, the Swift Turn, the doves, the Egyptian eagles, Abu Gordan, the Greater Flamingo, and the Caspian Sea Gull are the most famous of these birds.

Other attractions

  • Desert Safari: The Omani desert is the most famous for the camel cup, and it contains sand dunes reaching a height of about two hundred meters, and at sunset it is the most amazing and beautiful event in the region.
  • Caves: The country contains caves of different sizes, topography, and roughness, such as Wadi Bani Khalid Cave in the eastern region, and it is considered the second largest habitat that contains caves.
  • Markets: Containing various large markets, there are sites for the purchase of handicrafts always crowded with tourists, and these crafts: silver, gold, textiles, antiques, and Omani daggers.
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