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Wahiba Sands

If you are going to camp out in Oman, do it here, enveloped by the undulating red and white sand dunes that rise up to 200m and stretch as far as the eye can see, with spectacular views down miles of the coast. Stay with Bedouin hosts to learn about their extraordinary culture, with star gazing, camel riding, sharing dinner round a campfire, or listening to traditional Oudh songs all thrown in.


This is the home of the dhow-style traditional fishing boat still used by Omanis. Known as a safeena (ship) in Arabic, you can visit the yard where artisans still work on these boats today. This whole stretch of desert coast is still relatively undeveloped, although changing, with small fishing villages like nearby Ayega destined to become coastal chic in the near future.


This is the Dhofar region of Oman, far south, and a chosen favourite with Omanis in the monsoon, or khareef, where they go in search of rain and valleys that turn from arid to almost ambrosial. It’s a big port town, so it’s fine for a couple of nights, but it’s also a great gateway into the deserts of the south.

Ras Al Jinz

A fishing village in the Ras AI Hadd, it’s a top choice for the turtles that return year after year to lay their eggs. In particular, the endangered green turtle that thrives in this turtle reserve, protected by Royal Decree since 1996. The turtles can be seen late at night or just before dawn, typically from late May to September. 


A former capital city always comes with a fort and this one doesn’t disappoint. Nor does the city souk, which you will sniff out thanks to the feisty aroma of vanilla, saffron and cardamom. There is people watching extraordinaire at the Friday goat auction. 


The magnificent fort here dates from pre-Islamic times, and is an example of Oman’s fine desert architecture restored to perfection. Originally built to protect the picture postcard oasis of date palms and pomegranate trees, it’s also gateway to the Hajar Mountain range with wadis and wonderful rural villages. Check out the Nakhl hot springs, which have those weird fish that nibble the dead skin on your feet


Even the name is evocative, with Westerners associating it with an aromatic wine that awakens the senses. The Omani capital certainly awakens the senses too, from old souks to the Sultan’s Palace, the jewel bedecked Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque to a state of the art Royal Opera House. The backdrop is certainly dramatic too, with mountains, turquoise bays and sunlit sandstone cliffs.

Musandam Peninsula

Right up on the north coast, tucked in beside UAE, this remote part of Oman is otherworldly. The people here are fishermen and Bedouins who have traditionally lived off the waters and valleys of this fjordic landscape. Take a fjord cruise with a difference here on a traditional dhow, snorkelling and fishing, eating and chatting, for a truly local welcome.

Masirah Island

A desert island but not a deserted one, the most famous visitors being the endangered green sea turtles that come to lay eggs in the sands of this secret hideaway every year. There are also 12,000 human residents on this 95km by 12km island too, plus long empty beaches, fishing villages, and lovely hiking in the cooler seasons. It’s a 1.5 hour ferry ride from Shanna port.

Jebel Shams

Jebel Shams means ‘Mountain of the Sun’ and, given that it is the highest peak in Oman at 3,000m, you certainly feel the solar power up here. Part of the Al Hajar range, this is also canyon territory, with sheer drops down to valleys 1,000m below. There is a trekking route up to the south summit, the north side an out of bounds military zone.

Oman Tour Packages

Oman is a culture and heritage heaven. It has become one of the favorite+ traveler’s attractions. Located on the Arabian Peninsula, Oman shares its borders with U.A.E, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen. You can Book some of the best Oman tour packages to explore this beauty.

Best Time To Visit

It’s always a good time to enjoy the beauty of this country with us as your tour operator around the year. The temperature reaches as high as 45c in the country. The high areas such as Jabal Akhdar and Dhofar remain moderate with occasional rainfalls. but still, we suggest, the best time to visit Oman is between October to February. During these months, the temperatures are warm, between 17c to 35c so it’s comfortable to enjoy your vacation in Oman.


The summers start here from May to August. It’s not advisable to visit Oman. As the hot weather makes the air dry and doesn’t support a good day trip or sightseeing.


Starting from September to November, this season gets a bit cooler and gets relief. Makes it easier for travelers to enjoy the beauty. Lasting from September to November, this is the season when the hot sun starts to relent and the weather turns a little bit cooler, with a cool breeze from the mountains bringing relief.


The favorite tourist season in winter in Oman. The temperature is between 15 to 25c and gets chilled at night. This is when you can enjoy the water activities and the deserts as well. Make sure you book your tour itinerary in advance as it’s the year's busiest season


The spring season is from March to May, the climate starts to get hot. Especially the desert. It’s a good time to holiday in the mountains as it’s cooler compared to the lower areas.

How to Reach by Air

Oman has direct connections with international air networks, with the national carrier Oman Air and Salam Air, or through major airlines like Emirates, Qatar airways. Europe, Africa, and Australia have nonstop flights to Oman. There isn’t any hassle of changing flights to reach here. We – your tour operator will make sure to plan your holiday according to your comfort.

By Road

To travel by road is possible through U.A E borders. There are private bus companies which run between these countries. Bus services are even to Nizwa and Salalah from Dubai. The roads r well maintained so driving makes it comfortable for travelers.

Wahiba Sands

In the heart of the country, Wahiba sands is an ocean of dunes. That doesn’t seem to end. The gold color at the noon changes colors between yellow and copper during dusk. dune bashing, camel rides, and sandboarding are some fun activities on this trip. O you can just watch the sunset on top of a dune and capture this mesmerizing moment in your memories. A unique experience for a night that can be added to your itinerary. it’s just a 3-hour drive from muscat hosting luxurious camps at your comfort level. A good trip with family and friends.

Jabal Akhdar

This village is situated at an altitude of 2,000 meters on Oman’s highest mountain range and is home to the. Grand Canyon in the middle east. It is known for its plantation of pomegranates and roses. It is one of the best places to produce pomegranates in Asia and the middle east. along with traditional Omani architecture, this village offers a feel of Oman from a different angle with breathtaking views of the canyons. It’s known for its adventurous hiking trips as well. many hiking lovers around the continents visit Jabal Akhdar for this experience,

Muscat City

Oman’s capital – Muscat is a scenic city with many forts. The main city from where you can start all your tours and cruises. The main attractions are The sultanate’s palace – Al Alam Palace is a must-see along with Bait Al Zubair at walking distance.. public beaches like qurm beach, fins beach, or bimah sinkhole for a swim, and picnic to relax your time. Other attractions to see in Muscat are the Royal Opera House, the mall of Oman, the waterfront, and the wave. Not to forget the Muttrah souk and is in the heart of Muscat with the traditional local markets.. from spices to antiques everything related to culture can be seen in the souk

Masirah Island

Masirah Island is a mesmerizing island tucked in the Arabian peninsula. With its beautiful fjords, it’s indeed a paradise .this island can be reached through a ferry ride from shines. You can enjoy dolphins and turtles at the beach as well. A must-visit destination during your vacation to Oman.

No trip to Oman would be complete without visiting the “Land of Many Vistas,” Khasab at Masirah islands., popular for the majestic Jebel Al Harim that features fossils embedded into the rock. The 17th-century Khasab Fort built by the Portuguese is yet another sight to see, as are the Fjords of Musandam, where you can go swimming, snorkeling, diving, etc. Dolphin watching is also a well-known activity here.

Wadi Dayqah Dam

With the most amazing views in the town of Quriyat. Around an hour’s drive from Muscat city is Wadi Dayqah Dam. This Dam is built at a great height and as a dam means water reservoir. It’s a very important dam for the areas in Muscat. It’s the highest dam in the country and is a part of an 8 km long lake.

Things To Do in Oman

Enjoy a Cruise in Musandam:

The cruises in Musandam are a great way to enjoy the entire day on a boat full of people, with good food and music being played, as well as the chance to enjoy shopping at a few beaches and enjoying snorkeling and swimming over there. Activities like banana boat rides are also available, as part of most Oman trip packages.

Visit the longest beach in Oman

The longest beach located in the city is Al Qurm beach. Ideal to spend a day at the shores or just walk along the coastline. With restaurants located to enjoy your favorite food by the coastline.

Go on a Fort tour in Oman

Oman is a land famous for its architecture and culture. The major part of it is the forts. Some famous forts are Al Jalali fort, Nizwa Fort, and Rustaq fort. If you are a history lover, these forts are a must-visit on your list. There are several gigantic, well-built forts in Oman, such as the Al Jalali Fort, Nizwa Fort, and Nakhal Fort. If you are a history or architecture buff, then these forts are sure to be an absolute delight for you.


A nature lovers treat, Salalah is a scenic city with the gorgeous Mughsail Beach, the vast spread of coconut, and banana plantations, and Jebel Samhan which is home to  Arabian leopards. Historical sites to visit in Salalah are Taqah Castle, Sultan Qaboos Mosque, Nabi Imran Tomb, and the souk which sells local antiques.

Camel meat is a must-try for tourists who love to explore traditional food.

The best time to visit is August to October as it welcomes the Khareef season. It is the most important season in the middle east. Where the monsoons start and the rains are welcomed. Many travelers from Muscat as well as other middle eastern countries make sure to visit every year and enjoy the greenery.

Jabal Akhdar

If you are a hiking soul. Jabal Akhtar is a paradise for hiking lovers. There are wild trails and hilly paths to experience the beauty of the picture square mountains, and canyons.