~ Ahlan wa Sahlan ~
Living in Oman gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in a truly unique culture.
From the towering sand dunes of Wahiba and the Empty Quarter, to the jagged peaks of the Hajar Mountains, pristine white sand beaches all along the coast and the turquoise waters of the wadis, Oman's breathtaking natural beauty and is one to be truly experienced.
There is no shortage of adventure to be had in Oman, whether it's exploring Majlis Al Jinn, one of the largest cave chambers in the world, snorkeling the vibrant coral reefs of the Daymaniyat Islands, or camped out under the stars in the A'Sharqiyah Sands, or exploring the Land of Frankincense in Dhofar, the Turtle Reserve in Ras Al Jinz, the Daymaniyat Islands near Muscat, or the Arabian Oryx Sanctuary in Al Wusta.
And the people of Oman are renowned for their hospitality; don't be surprised if you are offered dates and Qahwa (Omani coffee) everywhere you go.
Oman has been named the safest and the friendliest country in the world for expats to live and work.
2019 Expat Insider Report, by InterNations
Oman is Middle East’s best expat sustainable living destination.
Sustainable Expatriate Living Index by InterNations