Origin: a Latin derivative
meaning "Gift of the Earth."
Each year, doTERRA’s Presidential Diamonds and above embark on a special trip with company executives to bond, learn from each other and experience new countries and cultures. These unique, once-in-a-lifetime experiences result in memories that last forever. While the current global climate has postponed the 2020 trip, we look forward to gathering together again in Jordan and Oman in 2021!
Must achieve rank of Presidential Diamond (or above) four times during one of the following qualification periods:
Salalah is the second-largest city in the Sultanate of Oman. During the monsoon season that lasts from June until September, the dusty desert terrain of Salalah completely transforms in a beautiful landscape with lush greenery. The climate of the region and monsoons allow the city to grow vegetables and fruits such as coconuts and bananas.
The Land of Frankincense, originally called the Frankincense Trail, is a stop on the historic incense trade route that flourished between 7th century BC and 2nd century AD. In Oman, the area is known for its frankincense trees and the remains of a caravan oasis in the ruins of Khor Rori, which rose to prominence when sea trade between the Mediterranean and India became economically essential for the region. As the primary source of frankincense during the ancient period, Khor Rori was specifically built with the wish to control the prized resin in mind.
Petra is a historical and archaeological city in Jordan, known best for the stone structures carved into towering rocks. Settled by the Nabataeans as early as 7,000 BC, the area was originally called Raqmu. The most widely known among the cities structures is Al-Khazneh, an elaborate temple and treasury of the now ancient Kingdom. Many will recognize the treasury from the climax of the film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. In addition to the treasury, visitors can discover inscriptions, ancient columns, narrow passageways, and a theatre! Petra is a symbol of Jordan, as well as Jordan's most visited tourist attraction.