Masirah is an Indian Ocean island, 20km off central Omans coast, south of the Wahiba Sands. Masirah is 95km long and between 12-14km wide. Masirah, also written as Masira, is a small island of Oman, located in the Arabian Sea, just off the southeastern coast of the country.
Nizwa in Oman is the ancient capital of the sultanate of Oman and perhaps the most touristic city in the whole country.
Jebel Hafeet is a mountain range forged out of craggy and the highest peak in Abu Dhabi and probably the best view point over Al Ain.
A tourist visit to Al Ain is always a good plan, for expats, locals and regular foreign tourists. This is still an Oasis in the desert.
Here comes our ultimate Abu Dhabi Bucket List! Discover Abu Dhabi with us, we share the best places that you cannot miss!
The first place we decided to visit in the UAE was the Presidential Palace in Abu Dhabi, Qasr Al Watan. Qasr Al Watan is more than a palace. As they say: "It is a unique testament to the spirit of the United Arab Emirates' people and its leaders. The Palace invites the world to share our culture, knowledge and inspiring journey. Qasr Al Watan is more than just a palace, it is an enriching interactive journey in a contemporary setting that reveals and reflects on governance, knowledge and craftsmanship."
Haputale is just a place to catch up with your childhood memories and explore for real and with your imagination once again.
Galle is one of those Sri Lankan towns where it's really enjoyable to stay. You can easily plan to spend here a longer weekend, there are many things to see and do. So, let's see now the top things to do in Galle!
To enjoy better your visit, If you want to have some information upfront, here we will explain for you the best things to do in Kandy.
Koggala is one of those Sri Lankan beaches made for paradise seekers. Also, here you can meet the posing stilt fishermen! The currents around Koggala are crazy strong though. Be careful once entering the ocean, it might surprise you! But let's see now the top things to do in Koggala!