Welcome to the Sultanate of Oman, the Orient between tradition and modernity It is still shrouded in mystical legends and rich in history and tradition. This land at the south-eastern corner of the Arabian Peninsula will fascinate not only by its natural beauty.Situated in the eastern part of the Arabian Peninsula, Oman has an extremely varied geography.
Oman, compared to its neighbors, has modest oil reserves ranking at 25th globally, nonetheless in 2010 UNDP ranked Oman as the most improved nation during the preceding 40 years globally. Omani people are ethnically diverse, the native Omani population consists of many different ethnic groups, including Arabs, ethnic Balochis, Swahilis, Lurs, Lawatis, Persians and Mehri people. At least 12 different languages are native to Omani citizens.