About Oman

 
The Sultanate of Oman is a nation proud of its rich history and the magnificent renaissance achieved since the ascension of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said in 1970.
Located at the southeastern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, the coastline of Oman stretches over 1,700 kilometers facing the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman, its coastline reaches as far as the Strait of Hormuz. Oman is now being recognized as one of the most exquisite destinations in the Middle East.
The best time to visit Oman is between the months of October and April, when it is often pleasantly warm with cooler evenings. It can be predominantly hot with daytime temperatures ranging from the mid 30 to mid40 degrees Celsius from May to August. Consequently between June and September, locals and foreigners alike flock to Salalah (over 1,000 km south of the capital Muscat) for a cooler retreat because of its milder, wetter climate.
Be captivated by the sights, roam the nostalgic old capital with its rustic architecture, see the well-preserved ancient forts restored to their former glory, hike the lofty mountains, trek the magnificent caves, drive through sand dunes, catch a glimpse of the Bedouin way of life, dive in the pristine emerald waters, camp under the beautiful dessert sky.
Explore Oman’s hidden treasures, from its rugged mountains, unspoiled beaches, to the great tracts of desert, fertile plains and impressive geological sites. All of which await the most discerning tourist, here your choices are endless!