Travel to Oman

Explore Oman with your own guide

For the traveler who prefers an individualized and personalized travel experience we offer the opportunity to discover Oman as part of a private guided tour...

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Self-drive trips through Oman

Oman is an ideally suited destination for travelers who want to rent a car and explore a country on their own due to its well-developed, modern and safe network of roads and highways. Due to vehicle specification requirements determined by the specific terrain of the destination, holidaymakers are advised to clarify which parts of the country they wish to visit at an early stage...

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Travel weather mountains

The climate in the Omani Hadjar Mountains differs significantly from the rest of the country. It is much cooler overall, which is mainly due to the high altitude of the region. On average, the tourist destinations of this mountain region are at almost 2,000 meters in altitude. In the peak season between October and April, it can be very cold...

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Recommendation on best time to travel

The best time to visit Oman is during the European winter months...

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Travel weather Muscat

In the capital city of Muscat and the surrounding area there is a subtropical climate. Located directly on the Gulf of Oman, the capital region has an average annual temperature of 29°C...

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Travel weather Musandam

The north of Oman is mostly dominated by a subtropical climate. While the winter months are very mild at around 25°C, it gets hot in the summer months with temperatures reaching up to 43°C...

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Travel weather Salalah

The tropical climate in the South-Eastern Region of Dhofar differs significantly from the rest of the country. The temperatures here are subject to minor fluctuations and it is more humid...

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Travel weather Wahiba Sands

The Wahiba Sands Desert is one of the arid climate areas, which means that evaporation is higher here than the rainfall and thus characteristic of a sandy desert. In the north of the desert, the Hadjar Mountains form a natural barrier to the Gulf of Oman. The extremely dry desert weather is therefore fundamentally different from the subtropical humid climate in the capital region...

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