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When you hear the word Oman, what do you imagine? Endless deserts, barren land or concrete cities? Well Salalah will completely throw you off!
Salalah, the capital of the Dhofar region, is a colourful, subtropical city, an oasis of misty pastures. Year round, Salalah’s coconut-fringed beaches and plantations of bananas and papayas offer a flavour of Zanzibar in the heart of the Arabian Desert.
From plush resorts to beach weddings, Salalah has many fabulous venues to pick from. Of course you might have to convince your friends that you did actually get married in a tropical desert!
The deserts in Oman are an extension of the Bedouin lifestyle with its ancient associations of traditional culture and authentic original customs.
The Omani desert is characterised by the diversity of its plants and animals. Of these, A'Sharqiyah Sands are considered among the most beautiful camping areas in the Sultanate and extend over an area of up to about 10 thousand square kilometres.
Picturesque shades of sand merging from reds to brown create a magical setting for your oasis wedding.
Jabal Akhdar, meaning “The Green Mountain” in Arabic, is part of the Al Hajar mountain range, one of Oman’s most spectacular areas.
Set 2000 metres above sea level, located in the central section of the Al Hajar Mountains, about 150 km from Muscat.
Create the perfect ambience with open-air gatherings, with beautifully manicured gardens providing a dramatic setting, framed by Al Hajar Mountains and overlooking the Sea of Oman.
A hen party has become a rite of passage. An essential to-do for every bride-to-be before the big D-Day looms. The key to what kind of a hen party you’re going to have depends totally on the pad you rent out in Oman.
Go all out and get a luxury villa complete with a private chef and some pampering treatments too. Enjoy a perfect “girls’ getaway” day with massages, mani or pedi and devour some lip smacking lunch served by the pool side.
While Oman may never have crossed your mind as an obvious choice for a bachelor party, this desert nation has some great options for good clean fun.
Smoke sheeshas on the sands like a Bedouin, swim in wadis with barbecue parties at Wadi Bani Khalid, trek in the Al Hajar Mountains or go dune bashing, quad biking and sand boarding with your buddies at Sharqiya Sands.
Desert Night Camps will spoil you silly with tents fit for sultans decorated with plush rugs and drapes, the nomadic strains of the darbouka (stringed instrument) and oud (percussion) and the tantalizing aroma of barbecued meat.
When there's a wedding, there's a whole lot of celebrations. Especially, at an Indian wedding, you’re talking sangeet, mehendi, cocktails and more. Oman has multiple venues and activities that you can plan in advance to celebrate each of these occasions.
Consider spending a day picnic-ing, swimming and a BBQ lunch at Bander Al Khayran with the whole family and then some!
Salalah is the second largest city in Oman and is a coastal paradise. One site to visit is the Sultan Qaboos Mosque, named after the king of Oman. It is an impressive structure right in city centre, which also makes it convenient for shopping and other sightseeing.
Of course if you’re looking for a great beach then Mughsayl is your choice. A magnificent sandy beach outlined by sculptured cliffs and blow holes formed in the limestone rocks where plumes of water can reach a height of 30 meters or more. This unique coastline stretches 4 kilometers and is a popular bathing and picnic spot.
Go Dolphin sighting on a cruise boat, kayak through still waters or enjoy a relaxed evening on a Dhow Cruise with entertainment and meals.
Khasab is an incredible port city with stunning sea views with a necklace of mountains around. This busy port is a great tourist experience. While in Khasab you can visit the Old Souk and shop for hand crafted walking sticks decorated with silver.
Tour Jebel Akhdar and its steep, terraced agricultural fields in a private 4WD vehicle. During this 8 hours tour, explore the Nizwa fort, stroll among irrigated mile-high fields, gardens and plantations. Visit a charming date plantation village at the base of the mountain, and have lunch in a local restaurant.
Go on a wild safari at the Wahiba Sands and the gorgeous Wadi Bani Khalid. Get onboard a 4x4 with highly trained drivers and pass the Hajar Mountains and plantations of Fanjah en-route to Bani Khalid.
Admire the paradise-like ‘wadi’ (river canyon), with its jewel-blue pools, boulders and palms; and savour a picnic lunch and swim. Thereafter head into the rolling dunes of the Wahiba Sands and go dune bashing as the sun sets across the desert.