Exploring Sultanate of Oman

I am expat living in Abu Dhabi for almost 9 years and as a human being i adopt the culture of the Arabian people and as I’ve said to myself I’m planning to travel in the GCC country or in any part of the Middle East.  I’m already here so i take the opportunity to travel in the neighbor country.  My first plan is Oman, Oman is the nearest country to United Arab Emirates and from Abu Dhabi to Muscat Oman it takes six hours non – stop driving.  And from Al Ain another city of UAE the border of Buraihmi Oman.  Me and my friends we plan to travel to Oman.  From Al Ain to the border of Buraihmi we need to pass to immigration of UAE to OMAN we pay the tourist fee its cost 250 dirham each person and the car registration as well. And after all this things we start to leave the place.  At the beginning of the road only few buildings you will see and most of it .. it’s a dessert and a rocky mountain surround.

From Buraihimi to Sohar City it’s about 3 hours and this is one of the side trip that we stop. 

Sohar Map

Sohar Beach : Sohar was traditionally a fishing town, but is more recently known as Oman’s industrial hub due to the massive developments in the Sohar Industrial Port.

Birds playing in the cold water

and loving to see the bubbly foam of seawater

and finally we reach the hotel and yes we’re not feeling tired coz we don’t want to waste our time

Grind Floor Bar at Raddisson SAS Hotel

me and my friend

 we decide to rent a boat to the lokal Omani people and  just to make satisfied ourself to see what’s behind of this sandy rock

amazing formation of rock behind us

Rocky Mountain

signboard in the main road

Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque : the country’s massive Grand Mosque, the site of which spans an area of about 416,000 square metres, March 16, 2002

Dugm Beach: This beautiful beach is known for its soft, clean sands, its azure waters and cool breezes

Mutrah Cornich : It overlooks beautiful mountainous rocky formations and is one of the most gorgeous sites in the Governorate of Muscat

Muscat City Centre

and finally were craving for some food and we  found ourself in “The Art Cafe House” inside of Muscat City Centre.

Location: Muscat Oman

Words and Images Copyright 2012

By: Pinaybyaheras

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10 thoughts on “Exploring Sultanate of Oman

  1. Marhaba! I’m also a Pinay in the GCC (Bahrain), and plan to explore more. will go to Qatar this coming Eid Al Fitr and Oman in Eild Al Adha. This post really helps alot as I’m still preparing our itinerary, thanks a lot! 🙂

    • Huwow i am so envy to your travel tour … ;D Goodluck to your trip and i am so sure it will be a great trip.

      I’m from Abu Dhabi .. wish to travel from another GCC country in god’s will … SOON ;D

      thanks for dropping by .. ;D

      • Lea .. just wanted to visit your blogsite but i could’t open … maybe you can sent me the link !! Thanks ;D

      • hehe, timing lang sa promo tickets, tska para maiba naman, maliit lang ang Bahrain kaya sometimes we yearn to explore what’s out there. hope u could visit here too, lemme know, i may be ur tour guide, all the best! 🙂

        • Me too yan din ang hanap ko ang mga promo tickets .. yesterday i found promo tickets to Turkey kaso wala pa sa plan yan .. darating din tayo dyan 😀

          I’ll let you know if there’s a plan na to visit Bahrain. Sure contact kita kagad!

          Massalama!

          – Pinaybyaheras

            • After 2 years? need to plan proper this trip coz i neer to obring my family hahaha .. Backpacking with the babies .. goshh big responsibilty ;D

              No one can stop me on my Exploring ;D

              – Pinaybyaheras

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