• Muscat has forts and souqs, watchtowers and palaces, and the blue sea as a backdrop. It is by far the most pleasant capital in the region.
  • Al Hajar Mountains (trans: stone mountains aka Hajjar Mountains) full of hidden villages, forts, and watchtowers, and much more
  • See how the intricate falaj (aka qanāt or irrigation system) works in Wadi Shab, right before plunging into its emerald green pools, or take a dip in Wadi Damm another dream-like watery concoction
  • Take a look at Bahla Fort, an UNESCO world heritage site
  • Reach for the skies in Jebal Shams, Oman’s highest peak, then take a look into the depth of Wadi An Nakhur
  • Look for turtles in Raz al Jinz, Ras al Hadd or head for Masirah Island for more turtle fun
  • Swim and snorkel in the clear waters of one of the many bays of the Musandam Peninsula
  • Visit far flung Salalah once renowned for its frankincense, it is also the greenest part of Oman, especially if you come during the monsoon season
  • Take a romantic camel ride into the desert at the Sharqiya Sands (aka Wahiba Sands or Ramlat al-Rahiba) and meet the Bedouins that call this place home

Source: TravelBlog

Bamba Experience is currently offering stopover trips in Muscat to give you the opportunity to explore the city’s most important landmarks and sights: