Muscat has plenty of diverse attractions which will appeal to people of all ages and interests. Seeing as it is located in a part of the world which is rich in heritage and culture you will not be surprised to learn that attractions offer a real insight into the day to day life of Oman, help to broaden the mind and reveal how this fascinating place has come to be what it is today.
Qasr Al Alam Royal Palace is the office of the ruler of Oman, and is a beautiful place to visit. It stands on the head of a natural deep water harbor, making it the ideal location to take some holiday snaps
Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is the third largest mosque in the world, a must-see if you want to experience one of the holiest places in the Muslim world. Keep a look out for the second largest handmade Persian carpet in the world too!
Qurum National Park is a rose garden big on beauty. Experience the manmade waterfall and the onsite amusement which will no doubt please the kids