Insanity in Oman

Insanity in Oman

Oman, a country in the middle east is full of sandy deserts with some wonderful coastlines. Here is Eisayo sharing his two-day insane trip to Oman and all the fun things we can do over there.

Every city is not necessarily to have beaches and cloudy mountains. Why do we associate beautiful about vacations? Let’s break the cliches and go for an insane trip at Oman.

Oman, a country in the middle east is full of sandy deserts with some wonderful coastlines. Here is Eisayo sharing his two-day insane trip to Oman and all the fun things we can do over there.

To all the adventure lovers, Oman has a list of spots for hiking. Eisayo was so excited that he arrived two hours prior. Accompanied by wonderful people from Rove, he had great fun doing hiking, ceiling, swimming as well as cliff jumping. Also, there are map-like structures around all rocks for the hikers so they can have an idea about the height as well as the route.

Jebel Akdhar, Wadi Shab, Wadi Ban Aff and a lot more are the most famous tourist spots for hiking.

So, after these tiresome activities on the first day, we have our second day lined up of spots which will provide you with tons of pictures for your social media. Located around 175 km from Muscat is the beautiful historic castle of Muscat. Intricate carvings, wooden doors, scriptures reflecting the grandness is all you can see at this castle. Also, adding to it this castle is quite different from other Omani forts as this was not built for the defence at wars. It was built by the ruler to display the intrigue art and culture, which is clearly reflected in every small place in the castle. You can visit the old city around for the old mud houses and amazing sunset views.

Next, we have the Royal Opera House in the great town of Muscat. You can feel the royalty from the entrance itself by taking a walk on the red carpet. This place is fully owned by the government and guess what the tickets are even cheaper than the cinema. The government over here is trying to maintain the culture by calling this as a passion project. They believe in caring more about preserving the arts rather than making money. The stage here is extremely huge with instruments which are believed to be the biggest one in middle east LA.

The schools over here have a goal to achieve – work, learn and network

Don’t you think we are already falling in love with this place? The ideologies and thoughts are par excellence. So, apart from these, there are spots where you can click some amazing snaps for your Instagram in the costumes they have.

Eisayo had great fun and tried to cover every unique spot he could in these two days. Now it’s your turn to visit Oman, experience its insanity, and, if you can get more spots to add in this, do tell us! We would love to have!


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Edited by Parthvi Kher