MUSCAT, Oman, December 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
The Ministry of Tourism of the Sultanate of Oman wishes to develop a range of quality tourism products that not only promote cultural integrity and environmental protection but that also lead to a diverse and sustainable tourism industry both at home in the Sultanate and overseas.
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The Ministry of Tourism of the Sultanate of Oman believes the protection of historic, cultural and natural heritage should always be developed in a way that also provides sustainable economic benefit for the surrounding local communities.
Oman is like waking up in an Arabian Arcadia. Infinitesimal desert dunes, sandstone forts that segue seamlessly into surrounding golden sands, wadis filled with turquoise water that feel like magical sanctuaries when you dive into them, and three seas to choose from for coastal escapism. If you like big spaces and big ideals, Oman is an eye-opening and exhilarating place to visit.
Considering Oman is deemed the Middle East and Arabia's best kept secret, tourists visiting Oman are whisked into a whirlwind that takes you from opulent to charming, charismatic to dramatic, all in a day. Temperatures vary throughout the country and October to April tend to be the coolest months in most parts.
From luxurious 5-star hotels and beach resorts to sleeping under the stars in the desert or mountains, Oman's diverse landscapes will take your breath away. Non-stop daily flights with Oman Air from London Heathrow take you to the capital Muscat in just 7 hours.
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Oman Ministry of Tourism Representative Office in the UK and Ireland
SOURCE The Ministry of Tourism of the Sultanate of Oman