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Spend the evening with an Omani family, enjoying a delicious traditional meal and learning about local culture, history, customs and beliefs.
Omani hospitality is an ingrained part of society, and the country is very welcoming to visitors. However until Sultan Qaboos came into power in 1970, Oman was fairly cut off from the rest of the world, therefore its history and culture are less well known than some of its neighbours.
This is a unique opportunity to learn more about life in Oman; how it has changed over the years, and what it means to be an Omani. The country is also very open in terms of religion, and so this is a relaxed way to learn more about Islam, including festivals such as Eid and the Holy Month of Ramadan.
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