D. Michael’s Oman Photos

I was going through my Oman photos recently and they spiked a number of thoughts. Firstly, Oman is insanely beautiful, and I am so lucky to be living here. Secondly, most of the images below are captured in remote places, requiring a bit of effort or planning to visit. Thirdly, I need more time to get to all the places I want to visit.

Here are just a few of my favorite images to whet your appetite while you plan your travels in Oman. 

Let me know which of my Oman photos is your favorite by leaving a comment below:



  • Reply Clay May 10, 2016 at 1837

    I just like thee helpful information you provide to your articles.
    Good luck for the next!

    • Reply D. Michael May 19, 2016 at 1316

      Thanks Clay

  • Reply Patricia October 3, 2016 at 0539

    Hi my name is Patricia and I just wanted to drop you a quick note and say I really like your blog.

    • Reply D. Michael October 5, 2016 at 0846

      Thank you Patricia.

  • Reply Cecilia May 21, 2017 at 1653

    I like what I call,my Oman,meaning not the modern one,but the ancient with the old walls and doors,charming with the sun playing an intricate design of lights and shadows.My favourite places to show my guests when I was in Tourism business.I find the old ,with all the ravishings of time, extremely interesting and revealing the past times.

    • Reply D. Michael May 21, 2017 at 2029

      Thanks for sharing Cecilia. I love your Oman!!!

  • Reply Maciek January 2, 2018 at 1816


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  • Reply Mahlie March 21, 2018 at 0424

    I visited Oman a few years ago, and I must say, I enjoyed the “old” Oman.. the countryside is awesome. I saw old houses made from clay, the historical sites and the majestic Mosque. I wish to return soon…

    • Reply D. Michael March 22, 2018 at 1329

      Hope you can come back for a visit sooner than later! Thanks for the comment.

  • Reply Murad September 15, 2018 at 1005

    Hi Mike

    Today, I was surfing the Net looking for TAFL (Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language) and what a lovely luck! I came across your blog. what I liked most about your Podcasts is the simplicity, spontaneity and humour. You’re doing a wonderful job, man!

    I need to talk to you privately, we may have some future collaboration.

    Bravo & best regards.


    • Reply D. Michael October 8, 2018 at 1238

      Hi Murad, Thanks for the kind words. You can contact me anytime via the contact section of this website.

  • Reply Mary O'Leary May 6, 2019 at 2029

    Love all your photos. I worked in Oman 1992 to 95 and have visited many times since. Absolutely love the country. Sadly all my friends from there have left which makes going back more difficuly and expensive. I used to stay at al Khoud nurses residence. Worked for Armed forces hospital. But not to be deterred, I am planning a solo trip end of year.
    Wouldn’t mind meeting up for a coffee ect.

    • Reply D. Michael June 9, 2019 at 1009

      Hi Mary, thanks for the message. I think you will find a huge change since the 90’s, yet don’t let that dissuade you from coming for a visit. It’s still a beautiful and exciting country. I would love to meet up. Hit me up using the contact page and we can try to work it out.

  • Reply Imroze June 23, 2020 at 2109

    Amazing photos

    • Reply D. Michael July 10, 2020 at 1512


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