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Salalah

In stark contrast to the rest of the country, Salalah's hilly landscape is awash with luscious green tones for most of the year, thanks to the monsoon rains that spill over from the Indian Ocean. Behind the capital of Muscat, the built up urban area here is considered Oman's second city, and its large port fronting the sea is Salalah's main cash-cow, handling imports and exports as well as thousands of cruise ship passengers on a daily basis.

Venture out of town to explore the flourishing farms and plantations, take a trip along one of the many mountain routes and admire cascading waterfalls or get a culture fix at one of the many religious sites spread across the region. In the hills overlooking the main city is the alleged Tomb of Job, one of the most important historical sites in the whole province, and another point of real interest includes the spectacular Palace of Sultan Qaboos.

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