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Oman Holidays

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Oman Holidays

Oman holidays are home to a wide range of hotels and resorts of different styles, budget and levels of comfort. From top end luxury hotels in Muscat to emerging areas like the mountains around Jebel Akhdar, Musandam in the north, and Salalah in the south.

Tourism expansion continues at a slow pace, ensuring the Sultanate retains its enchanting sense of place and tradition. Whether you’re looking for ultimate luxury, a Bedouin-style desert encampment, or a boutique desert resort, then book any of our holidays in Oman and you'll see we have something for all tastes and budgets.

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Top 5 Things To Do

Mutrah Souq – Thought to be one of the oldest marketplaces in the world, Mutrah Souq is a long-running, traditional Arabic market with a wealth of interesting shops and boutiques selling arts and crafts from across Oman, situated just outside Muscat.
Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque – Opened in 2001, this huge contemporary mosque is visually stunning and features 5 minarets, with room for 20,000 worshippers.
Musandam Beaches – Separated from the rest of Oman by a piece of land owned by the UAE, Musandam is home to many beautiful beaches with stunning white-sands.
Wadi Ghul – Also known as Oman’s Grand Canyon, Wadi Ghul is a spectacular area set near Jebel Shams (the highest mountain in the Hajar mountain range). Experience the amazing Balcony Walk along the rocky rim of the canyon, with spectacular views below.
Forts & Castles – A visit to Oman isn’t complete with at least one visit to a fort or castle. Oman has a truly unique heritage and this can be explored with a visit to the countries many Forts.


Highlights of Oman

Grand Canyon & Nizwa tour

Journey through the Hajar Mountains to the township of Nizwa, the ancient capital of Oman. From there you will travel through the deep Wadi Ghul and arrive at Jebel Shams “Mountain of the Sun” the undisputed lord of the mountains. Jebel Shams is the highest peak of the Jebel Al Akhdar mountain range, soaring 3,000 meters above sea level, spectacular scenery, ancient rock carvings and remote villages.

Adults from £129pp, Child from £129pp

Dolphin Cruise

The coast of Oman is blessed with a variety of Dolphins & whales, about 21 different species of whales & dolphins have been identified along the coast of Oman, including the Blue whale which is seldom seen anywhere else in the world.

Adults from £59pp, Child from £39pp

Sunset Dhow cruise

The traditional dhow will sail past the world renowned Al Bustan Palace hotel standing tall amongst lush green palm groves, then will move towards the Nalali fort where you can have a glimpse of the splendid Al Alam Palace, the official residence of Sultan Built in 1970s.

Adults from £49pp, Child from £37pp

Best time to visit Oman

  • Jan
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  • Currency Omani Riyal
  • Flying time from the UK Direct flights from the UK take around 7hrs 30 minutes
  • Primary Language Arabic, English is widely spoken
  • Passport & Visas British nationals need a visa to enter Oman. You should apply for an e-visa before you travel.