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Holidays to Oman

The sultanate of Oman may get overshadowed by its louder neighbours in the UAE, but as a holiday destination, it more than holds its own. Those who take the plunge into this lesser known yet much-loved country will be rewarded with sensational deserts, luxury purpose-built holiday resorts, ancient sites and lots more to explore. With year-round sunshine and plenty of adventure opportunities, Oman holidays will not disappoint.

Oman holidays offer a more laid-back experience than a holiday to any of its neighbours – dawn calls to prayers, star-filled skies and cream-coloured architecture all combine to create a chilled-out holiday in the desert with just enough splash of luxury thrown in for good measure – think amazing spas, 5-star dining and world-leading hotels.

If you are looking for a holiday that is different from the norm, where you can wake up to Arabian coffee, gaze at majestic buildings and spend your days chilling in infinity pools and rooftop hotel bars in the capital Muscat, Oman is the place for you. Sound like the sort of holiday that you want and need? Oman holidays are growing in popularity so join the movement and make a holiday to this hidden gem your next adventure.

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Places to go and things to do in Oman

Muscat

Muscat
  • Muscat defies what most people imagine a modern Middle Eastern city to look like. Unlike Dubai and other major cities in the region, Muscat has maintained its traditional feel; there are no skyscrapers, just a city full of life and heritage.

  • Another big benefit to Muscat is its location right on the coast, with Qurum Beach a big draw to visitors.

  • Culture enthusiasts will be delighted too, as there’s plenty to see here such as the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, which is the biggest in the whole country. Elsewhere the Muttrah Souk is a must-visit, as is the Royal Opera House.
Visit a Wadi
  • A Wadi is an oasis found in Oman’s arid regions. These natural attractions are some of the most incredible natural wonders you’ll ever see.

  • There are three such Wadis in the Eastern Hajar Mountains which can be explored.

  • Wadi Bani Khalid has emerald pools and gorges. Wadi Shab has caves and waterfalls. Wadi Tiwi is encased by towering mountains that are sure to leave you breathless.

  • Close to Muscat lie several other gems like Wadi Bani Awf, Wadi Al Hawqayn, Wadi Ad Dayqah, and Wadi Al Arbaeen.

Places to go and things to do in Oman

Muscat

Muscat

  • Muscat defies what most people imagine a modern Middle Eastern city to look like. Unlike Dubai and other major cities in the region, Muscat has maintained its traditional feel; there are no skyscrapers, just a city full of life and heritage.

  • Another big benefit to Muscat is its location right on the coast, with Qurum Beach a big draw to visitors.

  • Culture enthusiasts will be delighted too, as there’s plenty to see here such as the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, which is the biggest in the whole country. Elsewhere the Muttrah Souk is a must-visit, as is the Royal Opera House.
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Visit a Wadi

Visit a Wadi

  • A Wadi is an oasis found in Oman’s arid regions. These natural attractions are some of the most incredible natural wonders you’ll ever see.

  • There are three such Wadis in the Eastern Hajar Mountains which can be explored.

  • Wadi Bani Khalid has emerald pools and gorges. Wadi Shab has caves and waterfalls. Wadi Tiwi is encased by towering mountains that are sure to leave you breathless.

  • Close to Muscat lie several other gems like Wadi Bani Awf, Wadi Al Hawqayn, Wadi Ad Dayqah, and Wadi Al Arbaeen.
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