The Musandam Peninsula is a scenic enclave on the northeastern coast of Oman, overlooking the Strait of Hormuz. The people who inhabit this region are known as Omanis, referring to their nationality as citizens of Oman. Oman is a country located in the Arabian Peninsula and shares borders with the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen. It is known for its rich history, diverse landscape, and traditional culture that is deeply ingrained in the daily lives of its people. The term ‘Dweller on the Musandam Peninsula is OMANI’ is therefore a reference to the nationality of the people who live in this region of Oman.