NITN | @notintownlive | 06 Jul 2019
Muskat: Oman is all set to welcome the travellers this summer with cool wadis, green hills and pleasant weather.
With a range of diverse destinations that will appeal to families, outdoor enthusiasts, thrill seekers and lovers of luxury and culture alike, Oman will make one fall in love with summer again.
Love Day Trips: Visit Muscat and around
Along with bustling souks, luxurious hotels, spas and ancient cultural attractions, the beautiful seaside city of Muscat is the perfect base to begin short day trips to invigoratingly cool wadis, diving sites and natural sites like the Bimmah Sinkhole.
Love Green: Visit Salalah
The seasonal khareef (monsoon) transforms Salalah, the capital of the Dhofar region, into a colorful, subtropical city. With rich green hills, waterfalls, emerald wadis and wonderfully cool weather, Salalah is an ideal summer escape.
Love Mountains: Visit Jebel Akhdar and Jebel Shams
The Hajar Mountain range is a perfect escape from the summer heat offering breath of fresh air. From Jebel Akhdar with its incredible terraced farms to the heights of Jebel Shams with its spectacular views and picnics spots, there is something for every traveler.
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