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Situated on the southeastern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, Oman is a country of friendly people that is rich in history and culture. Once closed to outsiders, it is coming of age as an undiscovered jewel of the Middle East. Tourists who stay in Oman hotels find an ancient culture resplendent with many traditions of a bygone era. Tourists discover bazaars, such as the historic Nizwa Souk, that evoke images of centuries past. Taking advantage of cheap hotel deals in Oman will make more money available to purchase local handicrafts. The remnants of forts and watchtowers stand as silent sentinels over the peaceful landscape. Many have been restored to their former glory. The Al-Alam Palace, the Nizwa fort, and the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque are cultural landmarks.
The capital of Muscat is a vibrant port city that houses an opera house and museums dedicated to art and natural history as well as the country’s heritage. Sohar, a former capital, is the legendary birthplace of Sinbad the Sailor. Rustaq is home to a beautifully restored fort that pre-dates the arrival of Islam and therapeutic hot springs. UNESCO World Heritage Sites can be found in Sumhuram, Al Balid, and Shisr that pay homage to the ancient frankincense trade. These and many other sites await cultural tourists who choose any one of a number of Oman hotel packages available at competitive prices.
Embraced by the warm waters of the Arabian Sea, Oman’s top beaches are a haven for sunbathers and swimmers as well as kite surfers and divers. The beaches and boating excursions near hotels in Oman afford wonderful opportunities for bird, dolphin, and sea turtle watching. Eco-tourists can book a cheap Oman hotel deal at special discount rates that enables them to explore the interior landscape that varies dramatically by region. Coastal plains give way to desert sands and jagged mountains that are dotted with fertile swathes of green fed by ancient underground springs.
The highest point on the Arabian Peninsula, Jebel Shams, towers over the Grand Canyon of Arabia with its rocky escarpments, jagged ravines, and villages that cling precariously to the face of its cliffs. The interior can be explored by a variety of camel and four-wheel drive safaris. Make your reservations early so that you get the best available prices for rooms, tours, and other activities that come with Oman holiday packages
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