Oman Travel | Nature And Traditions

Oman is a country filled with mountains, amazing wadis, souq markets, date plantations, Bedouin villages, culture and history that dates back centuries, seamlessly blending traditional with modern. We traveled from Dubai to Oman by bus via the Hatta Border. It took us about 8 hours and it was an exhausting trip. Unlike other middle eastern countries we have visited, we did not like the food as much as we thought we would. The restaurants served mostly Indian food which we were already familiar with back home. Nevertheless, we were happy with the beautiful experience.

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