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Oman, positioned on the Arabian Peninsula, is recognized for its landscapes and historical importance. Landmarks like Nizwa Fort and the ancient city of Bahla, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, showcase Oman's intricate historical narrative. The nation's commitment to development involves preserving its natural and cultural heritage, emphasizing environmental balance and sustainable practices.

Oman's diverse geography, spanning from the rugged mountains of Al Hajar to pristine beaches along the Arabian Sea, contributes to its natural charm. Oman's culture is celebrated for its hospitality, rooted in deep-seated Bedouin traditions. The historical ties to the sea and the desert are pivotal to its identity, influencing its way of life and customs. For travelers looking for an authentic Arabic experience, Oman stands as an ideal destination, providing a contrast of rich traditions, natural attractions, and a relaxing atmosphere.


Economics & Tourism


Cost Of Living Index

Annual Tourists
2.5 million

Homicide Rate
0.3 per 100,000

Median Income

Tourism Revenue
$ 4.9 billion (2022)

Top Activities
Hiking, Dolphin Watching, Cultural Tours

Source: World Bank | CIA World Factbook | Statista | Trading Economics | UNODC | NUMBEO



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