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Discover Oman

The Sultanate of Oman is located in the far east of the Arabian peninsula. Its northern tip is at the entrance to the Gulf of Oman whilst to the east lies the Arabian Sea. It is a wonderfully diverse country with a landscape of breathtaking contrasts – high mountains, canyons, deserts and nearly 2000 miles of coastline where five different species of turtles return to lay their eggs. 



Muscat, the country’s capital city and cultural centre, boasts a number of attractions. The Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque will wow visitors with its architecture and beautiful hand-loomed carpet, once the world's largest. Muttrah Souk, one of Oman's oldest markets dating back over 200 years, is a myriad of winding lanes with locals selling everything from dates and frankincense to pottery and carvings. For those interested in the country's heritage, art and culture a visit to the National Museum of Oman is a must. 



Located inland at the base of the Al Hajar mountain range, Nizwa is a city definitely worth visiting as it rises from the lush greenery and date palms. Nizwa Fort is an impressive example of 17th-century architecture with its 40-metre central tower soaring above the rest of the buildings. The souq is a great spot to pick up souvenirs such as Omani silver, Khanjars (daggers) as well as sampling local dates and the traditional Omani sweet halwa. 


Al Jabal al Akhdar

Al Jabal al Akhdar meaning “Green Mountains”  in Arabic, sits approximately 2000 metres above sea level and is one of the most verdant regions in Oman. Accessible only by 4wd, it is a haven for adventure enthusiasts and those who enjoy walking especially in the summer months when it is cooler than other areas of the country. Numerous trails take visitors past uninhabited villages through pomegranate fields, all the time while enjoying breathtaking views of gorges, canyons and valleys. 



Salalah in the south is an excellent year-round destination. From June to September the khareef monsoon winds bring welcome rain to the area, transforming the landscape into lush green tropical vegetation. By contrast, the Musandam Peninsula on the northern tip of the country, which is separated from the rest of Oman by the UAE, is sparse and rocky.



Oman's weather is warm and dry year-round making it an ideal winter sun destination. The summer months are very hot with temperatures averaging 40°C but slightly cooler in the mountains. The perfect times to visit are spring and autumn when there is still plenty of sunshine and temperatures average in the mid 20's. 

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Average flying time from the UK is approximately 7 hours 10 minutes



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