The Sultanate of Oman is a divers and adventurous travel destination. The bustling capital of Muscat is the main starting point of travel in this Arabic peninsula. Mountain ranges and desert dunes can be explored inland by 4×4 jeeps. On the coastline you will find beaches, small harbours, traditional yachts and crawling turtles.
Unique safaris in Oman
Beauty has a name; Oman. It’s the worlds best kept secret. Oman’s diverse terrain of mountains, deserts and seascapes, are an outdoor enthusiast’s dream come true.
Best time to travel
Southern Oman has a monsoon season unlike other Gulf countries, and this lasts from June to September. Though you may not want to visit this particular area during the monsoons, October is a good time to visit Oman because in Dhofar everything is green and lush, and the rest of the country is pleasantly warm.
The varied topography/geography of Oman makes its climate varied too. Muscat is hot and very humid from mid March to October, and pleasantly warm from October to March (so no cool/cold weather for you in winter). In Muscat, temperatures go up to 40º C and above in May and June, while in winter temperatures are about 25º C. In the Salalah area temperatures reach 30º C in December. But monsoons bring rain to Southern Oman (Salalah) every year from June to September. The Dhofar area is very green and lush in October.