Oman Travel Guide
The Sultanate of Oman is in the Middle East, occupying the south-eastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula. It has borders to the south-west with Yemen, the west with Saudi Arabia and the north west with United Arab Emirates. Oman peninsula of Musandam, is separated from it by the United Arab Emirates. To its north lies the Gulf of Oman and the Persian Gulf, and to its east the Arabian Sea.
The lush and fertile coastal areas are separated from the The Rub’ al Khali desert by the Al Hajar mountain range.
Visitors come to laze on pretty beaches, scuba diving, see impressive dunes and Bedouin desert camps; and visit friendly mountain villages and ancient forts.