The Middle East has been the place where the majority of Muslims have been settled since ancient times. The haven for the Arabs and surprisingly serene it has been filled with fruits and sweets and dates. Not to forget the rich culture which reflects not only religion but also some of the most amazing histories which we shall never forget.
Among the places, we must look at this one particular haven for the Arabs in the Arabian Peninsula known by its name The Sultanate of Oman. Stretching from the Arabian Peninsula to the South Arabian Sea till Yemen, it is a place of wonder. The size of this country is similar to that of New Mexico.
But what astonished me the most are the beautiful mosques, their lifestyle, and culture. Tourism has been massive as part of their economic strategy, and international relations and investment have been going good. The infrastructure is also pretty much advanced in Oman. It is time that we better look at some of the reason as to why we should travel to Oman.
7 Things to Know before Reaching for Oman:
There are things also in my term known as Things 1 that all of us must follow all the time. To be more appropriate this Things 1 is the number one thing to follow or consider before you decide to travel to Oman.
That is you must have some knowledge about Khasab tours and the Khasab Musandam Beach Camping. These Khasab tours and Khasab Musandam Beach Camping are tourist enjoyment organized the Musandam Governorate of Oman.
As these are the government organized so there are no fears of getting cheated on or anything. Well, let us not waste our time any more and it is high time for us to know the 7 important things before reaching for Oman.
- Natural Beauty:
You heard me absolutely right in case of nature. Oman is a large country with all the natural beauties presents there. The scorching sun radiating like golden light on the earth is the exact scenery out there.
But the problem is with the sandy or rocky road or the almost never-ending roads. It is better to look at all the natural beauties of Oman by renting a vehicle or by taking a tour guide with you because as it is a large place so you want to enjoy and learn a lot of things.
Oman is also known as the land of expatriates. This is because most of its working-class population are from the South-East Asian countries like Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, etc. All of them are there for a job and it working there.
The good news here is that the working condition and wages in Oman are far better than countries like Qatar where both the salary and working conditions are quite disappointing. You will find many Indian, Pakistani, even Bengali restaurants there and maybe some of your friends or family even.
Whether it is a Muslim country or a country with a Muslim majority. One thing is common for sure. The weekend which is on Friday and Saturday.
Oman is not an exception but you will always find the place like a field filled with a festival. All the markets and other fun arrangements are made on that day especially for the tourists which cannot be ignored.
- Stay Cold:
As I have already mentioned before, Oman is a country in the Middle East and the Middle East means scorching sun. Never take any kind of heavy clothing with you. Take all the comfy clothes and some swimsuits if you can for the pond dive.
- Fruits and Nuts and Sweets:
No matter what, I like dates and some sweets especially from the Middle East. Oman is the home for dates and some delicious sweets so if you plan to make a trip there be sure to taste them.
- Don’t Stay Dry:
Oman is a country with a very dry climate and lots of desserts and sweet “desserts” so the preparations must be made accordingly because you don’t want to get thirsty. For sensitive friends try to remain in as much cool weather as possible.
- Peace and Safe:
Oman is one of the most peaceful countries with the lowest rate for crime in there and strong security. I mean to say is you are more than safe out there.
Oman is a beautiful place where all the stress can be washed away. Know all the above facts and you are definitely ready for the ride.
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