Sultanate of Oman

The Sultanate of Oman is a country of breathtaking natural beauty and thought-provoking history dating back well over 5,000 years. Known as the Pearl of Arabia, and for a good reason – from its mountain landscapes to the calm waters of its Wadis – its quiet towns are lined with low-rise white buildings and its Bedouins live their golden traditions. This destination embodies the romance and mystique of Arabia. Oman’s historic architecture is characterised by relics of several forts and watchtowers, some of which have been beautifully restored to their former glory and are open for visitors to explore. With a warm, welcoming and hospitable environment, Oman has indeed become a sought-after destination for nature and adventure activities, relaxing family holidays and productive business trips.

Top Destinations In Oman


Home to the capital of the Sultanate of Oman, Muscat offers a stunning combination of vibrant local heritage and world-class developments.

The Royal Opera House and the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque are two landmarks that lend proof to how Omani culture flourishes in the middle of global developments.

From the splendid Arabian architecture lining the roads to its rugged mountain backdrop and pristine beaches, the city is an inspiring destination to explore. Whether it is snorkelling at the Daymaniyat Islands, trekking from Old Muscat to Muttrah, a guided city tour or a day trip to a nearby wadi, the capital welcomes everyone to experience its unique charm.


The city of Salalah is a paradise that every beach and nature lover has been dreaming of: Breath-taking unspoilt beaches stretch endlessly along its coast. A number of them are hidden, and a few lead to secret coves.

Some shores are characterised by Dhofar’s famous white sand while others have multi-hued granite pebbles, but all of them create dramatic sceneries you wouldn’t find anywhere else.

The best time to visit the region is during the monsoon or the “khareef” season when light rains cool the air and brings everything to life. Lush greenery would blanket the region and hills would be surrounded by white fog—too beautiful for anyone to miss out on.