Journals Oman

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Mystical Muscat

Created by catsholiday on March 1, 2011 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

We spent two days in the port of Muscat as part of our cruise. These reviews and stories are a taste of what we experienced in this lovely city.

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More From Oman

Created by TianjinPaul on February 17, 2011 Best of IgoUgo

5 Stories

More thoughts from my time in Oman

Wonderful Wahiba Sands

Created by TianjinPaul on November 23, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

2 Reviews
3 Stories

A trip to the heart of the Omani desert

A Sur-prisingly Good Trip

Created by TianjinPaul on November 19, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

2 Reviews
3 Stories

A trip to Sur.

This Desert Life

Created by TianjinPaul on September 16, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

1 Review
4 Stories

Expeditions out into the Omani desert



Must be Muscat

Created by TianjinPaul on September 5, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
3 Stories

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Out in the Desert

Created by TianjinPaul on September 5, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews
17 Stories

Notes on life in the middle of nowhere.

Sur & the Eastern Tip of Arabia

Created by Overlander on February 11, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

2 Reviews
4 Stories

Oman's long coast on the Arabian Sea harbors many odd and intriguing places among which Sur and Ras Al-Hadd are of considerable interest to visitors venturing away from Muscat. Largely unknown to Western tourists, the area is a good place to go without having to exert oneself very much.

Oman: Smells Good to Me

Created by HELEN001 on January 11, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews
1 Story

I had a stopover in Muscat Airport en route from India three years ago, and I spent a few hours looking at the tantalising tourist posters of the country, depicting mountains, mosques, markets, and mystery. That's the place for me! Three years later, I found that Oman really is as shown in the posters and brochures!

The Sultanate of Oman: A Desert Banquet

Created by Overlander on June 24, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Oman, prior to 1970, was virtually inaccessible, a hermit sultanate virtually cut off from the outside world; today, it is a showcase of the modern Arab world, more liberal and more tolerant than any other country in the region.

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