Why Visit Oman?


An arid desert, subtropical climate with a low rainfall. The best time to visit is between October and April, where day temperatures range from 20 to 35 degrees, and the nights are cool.




For pristine and empty beaches, the Omani coastline is one of the best in the world. Some are only accessible by foot, others just by boat, with lagoons and spectacular dive sites up and down the coast.




Exploring some of the incredible landscape should definitely be on your list – from mountain treks to desert tours, from soaking up the beauty of the ancient capital of Niswa to watching turtles hatch on moonlit beaches.




Each region has its own specialities, but suffice to say, Omani cuisine is fragrant and subtle, full of Middle Eastern spices, and a lot of saffron. Skewered meat, marinated in yoghurt, and rice dishes are a staple, and sharing dishes are a cultural favourite. Indian, Turkish and Lebanese cuisine has also left an imprint.


Oman is an Islamic country, where traditions are strong and deep rooted, with its heritage based on seafaring and trading. Visitors are warmly welcomed, but you’ll need to abide by the customs of the land.