In the early stages of contemplating a nice little trip from Morocco to Oman and trying to figure out 1. how feasible such an endeavour would be and 2. what would be the best way to go about it.
I realise that the Middle East isn't quite as easy to drive through as the US, for instance, which is why I emphasise that I've only just started to think about this.
I imagine I can travel throughout Morrocco by car, but what about going into Algeria and Libya? Do roads exist and is it safe? Is there anything worth seeing in Algeria? Are there boats from Morocco to Algiers, or to Tunis? What about from Tunis to Tripoli and then onto Alexandria?
Once in Egypt I had some ideas about how to get around, but then I was thinking of where to go from there. Could I take a ferry to Aqaba from there? Once in Jordan, I would have no problem, but then where do I go from there...is there ANYTHING between the Jordanian border and Dammam, for instance? Could I even get a visa as a tourist? Wasn't there something in the news recently about Saudi Arabia opening up to tourists?
From Dammam, I was thinking that I could go to Qatar and from there take a boat to the UAE and then I assume I could drive to Muscat, at the very least.
But what about from Muscat to Sanaa, are there roads?
From Yemen, I figured I'd just fly back to Lebanon - should be easy enough.
Any help would be appreciated!