To begin, go to one of Oman's historical sites and learn about the country's rich and dynamic past, as well as its legacy. Then, after passing through Oman's gorgeous mountains and winding valleys, you'll be driven to the Gulf's highest peak, which rises to 3000 meters above sea level, where you'll be treated to a breath-taking vista of the Grand Canyon. Finally, at Al Hamra, you'll find an old hamlet known for its ruins and oases of farmland on the outskirts of extremely arid mountains.
Stop At: Misfat al Abreyeen Misfat al Abreyeen is characterised by its alleys, traditional buildings, high mud buildings, and agricultural terraces that wrap around the mountain, along with the old buildings. Misfat Al Abriyeen rises a thousand metres above sea level. The homes of its inhabitants are at the top of the mountain and their farms are on the slope. You will be amazed of the beautiful weather there and peaceful atmosphere.
Stop At: Jebel Shams Jabal Shams is the highest mountain in Oman, right in the heart of the Western Hajar Mountain chain in Al Dakhiliyah region, which also host Jabal Akhdar. Jabal Shams is one of the must-see attractions for any visitor to Oman, with views of the Al Nakhr Canyon so spectacular to be labelled as “The Grand Canyon” of Arabia, as well as its mild climate, exciting trekking paths and off-road adventures it offers.
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