A Journey from Dusk to dawn

A Journey through Oman’s natural beauty in a mix of lush mountains, desert sunsets, authentic villages and a stunning coastline.

A scenic route from Muscat to Sur

Discover a land of ever-changing desert dunes, pristine beaches with crystal clear waters, and spectacular mountains. This is the story of Oman.

Larkollen, Norway

An idyllic coastal village one hour downtown Oslo, with a cultural landscape of beautiful beaches, pine forests and old wooden villas.

Djerba, a candidate for Unesco World Heritage list

UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) have a mission to encourage countries to sign the World Heritage Convention, to ensure protection of their natural and cultural heritage. Today, UNESCO preserves 1073 World Heritage sites in 167 countries. In this writing moment, the national campaign is launched to support Djerba’s candidacy for UNESCO World…

Jebel Akhdar, Oman

Jebel Akhdar, meaning The Green Mountain in Arabic refers specifically to Saiq Plateau, a 2000 meter above sea level plateau and also the highest part of the Hajar mountain. Here you experience the mountains’ panoramic views, small authentic villages and traditional rose-water distilleries, from the regions famous Damascus Roses. Here you also will find green…

Al-Saadiyat natural Island

Abu Dhabis natural Island devoted to culture and arts, housing the world’s largest single concentration of premier cultural assets such as Zayed National Museum, Louvre Abu Dhabi and Guggenheim Abu Dhabi. Manarat Al Saadiyat meaning ‘place of enlightenment’ contributes to the art scene in Abu Dhabi through exhibitions, workshops, performances and drop-in art studio spaces.

Sharqiya Sands, Oman

Al Sharqiya Sands, also known as Wahiba Sands, was in the very beginning home to the Bedouins of Bani Wahiba Tribe. The name arises from the Arabic word bedu, meaning desert dweller, and about 3000 bedouins from various tribes still live a traditional nomadic life in the constantly moving desert sands. Sharqiya Sands are located…

Arabian Sea, Oman

Arabian Sea does not only stretch it’s coastline 3000 km. It is also known by many names. Going back to the Roman period, it was known as The Erythraean Sea by the Europeans, while the Vedic Indians called it Sindhu Sagar and Bahr al-Arab (Sea of the Arabs) by the arabs. Along the coast you…

Djerbahood, Tunisia

An authentic village with Street Art from artists from diverse cultures. ”When people travel, they want a story, they want to be a part of something” Leila Ben-Gacem

Nizwa, Oman

Arts & Crafts surrounded by Oman’s highest mountains