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Holidays to Oman


Why Oman?

Popular Areas in Oman

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Oman Key Facts

Good to know before you book or fly


The most commonly spoken language is Arabic.

Fun Facts

Legally, you can spend no more than 10% of your salary on alcohol and you need a licence to buy it.


Omani Rial

Local Time

4 hours ahead

Hotels in Oman

Browse a cracking selection of the most popular hotels in Oman

Things to Do

Whether you're looking for a beach getaway or city break, Oman has something to offer every discerning traveller

Holiday Types in Oman

Oman has something to offer everyone from last minute breaks to family friendly holidays

Oman For Families

Oman For Families

Endless desert adventures, kid–friendly clubs, and sprawling beaches, Oman wins at creating unbeatable family holidays. Browse our selection of hotels, which suit everyone’s needs.
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Beach Holidays in Oman

Beach Holidays in Oman

Soak up the sun at one of Oman’s sandy beaches. They’re perched on the Arabian Peninsula, so expect dazzling views of the majestic Jebel Shan mountains, as you lie back with a cocktail, getting your tan on!

Frequently Asked Questions

Oman is a relatively safe country — crime is low, besides from petty in streets, which you’ll need to keep an eye out for. If you're out at night, make sure you take care in public places and keep your possessions close, to prevent pesty pickpockets.
The native language is Arabic Oman, although there are many other dialects, which include Arab Gulf, Arab Dhofari, South Baluchi, Malayalam, and Bengali. Don’t worry though, English is spoken widely in all the tourist resorts and regions.
Oman is famous for its ornate mosques, wonderous wadis, traditional dhows, and not forgetting the Al Said — the world’s largest yacht, owned by the Sultan.
Oman has pleasant temperatures all year round. The summer months, between June – August are particularly hot, so perfect for soaking up the sun on the golden beaches! January is the low season, when temperatures are slightly cooler, around 26°C — ideal for exploring the majestic Jebel Akhdar mountains and Saiq Plateau.
Depending on how many activities you want to do, Oman is great for a mini break or long-haul stay. You could spend weeks venturing out into the dunes on an Arabian adventure, or simply spend a few days checking out all Oman’s must-see sights!

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