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OMAN

A captivating Arabian gem, blends ancient heritage with stunning landscapes and warm hospitality.

Oman Attractions

As Suwayq

As Suwayq

As Suwayq is a city in the Al Batinah North Governorate of Oman, known for its historical significance, vibrant markets, and traditional Omani charm.

Muscat

Muscat

It is the capital city of Oman, a coastal metropolis nestled between majestic mountains and the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Oman, renowned for its unique blend of old-world charm and modern development.

Nizwa

Nizwa

Nizwa is a historic city in Oman, located in the Ad Dakhiliyah Governorate, renowned for its ancient fortress, bustling souks, and as a cultural hub preserving Omani traditions and heritage.

Barka

Barka

Barka is a coastal town in Oman, situated in the Al Batinah South Governorate, known for its picturesque beaches, traditional fishing culture, and proximity to historical landmarks such as the Barka Castle.

Sohar

Sohar

Sohar is a vibrant city in Oman, located in the Al Batinah North Governorate, famous for its strategic port, rich history as a trading center, and as the birthplace of legendary Sindbad the Sailor from Arabian folklore.

Seeb

Seeb

Seeb is a suburban city in Oman, part of the Muscat Governorate, known for its modern developments, beautiful beaches, and as the location of the Muscat International Airport, serving as a major transportation hub for the country.

Salalah

Salalah

Salalah is a captivating city in Oman, situated in the Dhofar Governorate, celebrated for its lush greenery, monsoon season (Khareef), archaeological sites, and as the hometown of the country's beloved ruler, Sultan Qaboos bin Said.

Wahiba Sands

Wahiba Sands

Also known as Sharqiya Sands, is a captivating desert region in Oman, renowned for its stunning sand dunes that stretch for miles, offering a mesmerising and adventurous experience for desert enthusiasts and tourists alike.

Musandam Fjords

Musandam Fjords

Musandam Fjords, also known as the "Norway of Arabia," is a spectacular natural wonder located in Oman's northernmost region, Musandam. It features stunning fjords, rugged cliffs, and crystal-clear waters, making it a popular destination for cruising, diving, and exploring the breathtaking landscapes of the Arabian Peninsula.

Wadi Shab

Wadi Shab

Wadi Shab is a picturesque valley and oasis located in Oman, known for its emerald green pools, lush vegetation, and awe-inspiring rock formations, offering a popular trekking and swimming destination amidst the country's arid landscapes.

Khasab Fortress

Khasab Fortress

Perched on a hilltop overlooking the stunning Musandam Fjords, the Khasab Fortress offers breathtaking views and stands as a testament to the country's rich history and cultural legacy. Today, it serves as a popular tourist attraction and a symbol of Oman's maritime and defensive past.

National Museum Of Oman

National Museum Of Oman

It is a prestigious cultural institution located in Muscat, Oman. It showcases the country's rich history, diverse heritage, and archaeological treasures, offering visitors a captivating journey through Oman's past, from prehistoric times to the present day.

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Best Time To travel

Winter Season - November to March

This is generally considered the best time to visit Oman, especially for outdoor activities and exploring the country's stunning landscapes.

Summer Season - April to October

If you plan to visit during the summer, it's advisable to stick to coastal areas or higher altitudes where temperatures are slightly cooler.

Tip:

To avoid the extreme heat of the summer, most tourists prefer to visit during the cooler months of November to March.

Currency

Omani Riyal (OMR)

 

Time Zone

Coordinated Universal Time  (UTC +4)

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