Josh voyages to Oman, an ancient country on the Arabian Peninsula where many old Arab customs and traditions still prevail. In Muscat, Oman's capital, Josh takes a tour of the elegant Grand Mosque where he's amazed to learn 21,000 people can worship at the same time. Next, he heads to Oman's first capital in the 6th and 7th centuries, Nizwa, to learn about the craft of carpet weaving. After being introduced to a weaver and observing how to work a mensaje, a traditional loom, Josh tries his hand at weaving and realizes the process is not as simple as it looks. An intrinsic part of Omani hospitality is serving dates and Josh visits a date farm to learn more about this sweet fruit, how they're grown, and the unique system that brings water to the farms down from the mountains. Finally, Josh heads to Sharqiya Sands, a desert area known for its spectacular sand dunes where he meets with a member of a Bedouin tribe and learns how to travel in this extreme, but starkly beautiful environment.