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Oman

This safe & enlightened Persian Gulf sultanate is an under-the-radar travel gem, from the walled city, souk & museums of capital Muscat to eco/adventure along the coast & out in its desert & mountains.

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Oman Info & Resources

info sites:
Ministry of Tourism: www.OmanTourism.gov.om
Omani Air: www.OmanAir.aero
www.DestinationOman.com
www.OmanObserver.com (news site)
www.TimesOfOman.com (news site)

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An introduction to Muscat

After arriving on a Turkish Airlines flight from Istanbul, as we drove in…Continue

Started by Tripatini Feb 14.

Oman cited in '5 Fab Places to Visit in 2019 That (Mostly) May Not Have Occurred to You'

Regardless of whether you want to lay on a shoreline in the Caribbean; climb the world's most popular gorge; investigate ancient sites; eat world-reknowned cuisine - it's all good! Discover the…Continue

Started by Tripatini Feb 5.

Making the most of Muscat with Oman Air

Muscat is a historically and culturally rich city in Oman, the Persian-Gulf emirate on the…Continue

Started by Tripatini Feb 2, 2018.

What do you think about Oman's tourism development?

Hello, I am doing some research on traveler perceptions about Oman- why tourists may choose to go to the Sultanate (country), what types of tourism they associate with Oman and what some of the…Continue

Started by Tessa Lee Jul 10, 2012.

The Times of Oman Feed

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Comment by Tripatini on August 18, 2010 at 8:59am
New this week on the Tripatini blog: on the frankincense trail in Salalah.
Comment by Nayaz Noor on April 29, 2010 at 10:19am
Worked in Oman 85-87 and my goodness! it certainly has changed quite a bit from those days!

I certainly hope to make it there one of these days!
Nayaz
Comment by Indra Chopra on January 19, 2010 at 9:35pm
10 years is a long period for change. Construction boom, quality education and information technology were already exposing the younger generation to the world outside. But Oman still maintains its openness and traditions.
Comment by David Paul Appell on January 18, 2010 at 10:15pm
Wow, that's pretty interesting, Indra. I'm sure it's changed a bit since 2000 but it would still be interesting to read your impressions and experiences!
Comment by Indra Chopra on January 18, 2010 at 9:54pm
Was in Oman for 5 years 1995-2000 and still think it is an unique country. Watching the videos make me take out my unfinished travelogue
 

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