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Oman offers the visitor a stunning contrast of deserts, mountains, beaches and all the comforts of a bustling modern metropolis.

There is a wide array of opportunities for exploration and discovery due to its diverse natural beauty and its colourful heritage. Musandam in the north offers majestic Fjords while the south offers sandy beaches, magnificent desert and rugged mountains and lush vegetation.

Below are a few ideas that might tempt you away from the beach for the day:

Explore the Dunes
Take a drive out of Muscat to Wadi Bani Khalid where you will see large pools of water and caves. From here travel on to the Wahiba Sands and enjoy time '4x4 bashing' across the dunes.

Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque
No trip to Oman would be complete without a visit to this amazing building.

Wakan Village
Take a drive to Barka to see the Fish Souq in full swing. From here travel on to the warm waters of the Thowara Spring. Finally, head to Wakan Village, one of the most spectacular mountain villages complete with breathtaking scenery.

About an 1 1/2 hours by car from Muscat is the ancient city of Nizwa. The city, surrounded by mountains and palm plantations is dominated by a Fort that was built in the 17th Century to defend the city's position as a major trade route.

Jabal Shams
Take a 4x4 trip to the Jabal Shams, the highest peak of the Hajar mountain range and part of the Oman's Grand Canyon.

Dhow Cruise in Musandam
Pick up your traditional Omani Dhow in Khasab and take to the clear blue waters of Musandam. See traditional fishing villages scattered along the shore and stop for a chance to snorkel and swim.

Historical Dhofar
Start your tour in Salalah and travel to the old fishing village of Taqah and visit Taqah Castle the formal official residence of the Wali (Governor). Continue to Sumharam the eastern most outpost on the ancient incense route. Mirbat, the ancient capital of Dhofar is your next stop and the beginning of the Frankincense trail. Your final stop is the natural spring of Ayan Razat.

Qara Mountains and the Tomb of the Prophet Job
Take the steep and windy roads up the Qara mountains, and visit the tomb of the Prophet Job located in the green mountains of the Salalah Plains. Head back to sea level and the beach of Mughsail where you can enjoy the waters at high tide burst through the natural titanic Blow Holes.

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