Oman has a diverse topography, with its towering mountains, vast deserts, and stunning coastal plain.
The Al Hajar Mountains dominate the northern part of Oman, with peaks reaching over 3,000 meters.
The Dhofar region in the south, however, receives monsoon rains and boasts lush greenery, including the famous frankincense tree forests.
The Al Batinah coastal plain is the most densely populated area of Oman and is known for its fertile lands.
The highest point in Oman is Jebel Shams, standing at an elevation of 3,004 meters above sea level.
The lowest point in Oman is the Arabian Sea, which has an elevation of 0 meters.
See here a list of 10 cities in Oman and their elevation above sea level.