The novel compares favorably with the rest of the Persian Gulf countries. Unlike the “sterile” UAE and the closed Saudi Arabia, Oman retained its identity and was able to provide a high standard of living without turning into a stone jungle or a completely theological state.
Oman has a rich and rich history, so the traveler is waiting for active sightseeing routes to places where the queen rules Sheba and went on a fabulous voyage Sinbad-the sailor. Oman is ruled by a real sultan who pays a lot of attention to ecology. There are many national parks in the country, where rare animals are found: the Arabian tahrir, the ash falcon, the giant sea turtle, the leopard, the striped hyena. Oman is also a real paradise for divers, not inferior to the beauty of the underwater world to Egyptian resorts.
Oman offers impeccable service of comfortable hotels, picturesque and well-groomed urban space, well-maintained beaches and interesting excursions to historical sites.