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THINGS TO KNOW

The Supreme committee decided to allow the issuance of tourist visas to enter the Sultanate, provided that the arrival of tourists is within the framework of tourist groups organised by hotels and tourism companies.
Are you ready to make a splash? From July 30, 2020, rediscover Oman’s exhilarating seaside oasis, nestled amongst rugged mountains, surrounded by 124 acres of lush gardens and a 500-meter sandy beach.
Every place has its distinctive flavour and every city has a market that relates its stories, embraces its history and accompanies its evolution. If you enjoy visiting public markets, you must see Mutrah Souq, the most beautiful market your eyes will ever see!
Since the global extinction of the species in the wild in 1972, the Arabian Oryx has been reintroduced within a specially designated area in Oman’s Al Wusta region.
The Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre is located in its own fully integrated precinct only four kilometers from Muscat International Airport. The design of the Centre ensures a flow of the meeting spaces to suit the most discerning conference and exhibition organizers.
On the edge of the Arabian Peninsula, you’ll find the Sultanate of Oman. Often overlooked by travelers, Oman is an exotic destination filled with incredible attractions and cities. The capital of Muscat is by far the most popular destination, but it only contains a small part of what makes Oman great.

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Passengers to pay OMR 25 for Covid-19 test: CAA

Corona Virus Travel Guide (Covid-19)

Mwasalat all set to resume services

Seafaring history of Shinas

TOP DESTINATIONS

Governorate of Muscat

Governorate of Muscat is situated on the Gulf of Oman at the south part of Al Batinah coast. It is confined between Gulf of Oman and the mountains of AI Hajr Al Sharyi. The Governorate is the most populous area of the Sultanate. The average density exceeds 24 times the average population density in the Sultanate. The Governorate consists of six wilayats: Muscat, Muttrah,Bowshar, A’Seeb, Al Amerat and Quriyat. Muscat is the capital of the Sultanate and the headquarters and the administrative apparatus of the state.

Governorate of Dhofar

The Governorate of Dhofar is in the far south of the Sultanate and borders on the Wusta Region the east, the Arabian Sea to the south, the Republic of Yemen to the west and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the north and north-west. The Governorate occupies one third of the Sultanate’s area and accommodates about 9.4% of the population. It consists of 10 wilayats with Salalah being the administrative capital, some 1040 km from the City of Muscat.

Governorate of Dhofar

The Governorate of Dhofar is in the far south of the Sultanate and borders on the Wusta Region the east, the Arabian Sea to the south, the Republic of Yemen to the west and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the north and north-west. The Governorate occupies one third of the Sultanate’s area and accommodates about 9.4% of the population. It consists of 10 wilayats with Salalah being the administrative capital, some 1040 km from the City of Muscat.

Al Wusta Region

Al Wusta Region is situated to the south of both A’Dakhliah and A’Dhahirah Regions, at the east side it is linked to the Arabian Sea, at the west to the Empty Quarter and at the south to Governorate of Dhofar. It includes a large area of central parts of the Sultanate. It is distinguished for having a great number of oil wells.

Musandam Governorate

Governorate of Musandam lies in extreme north of the Sultanate. It is separated from the rest of the Sultanate by a strip of UAE land. Its rough mountains rise to 1800 metres above sea level. Governorate of Musandant is distinguished for its strategic location, with part of it known as Ras Musandam – overlooks the international water passage called the Strait of Hormuz.

Musandam Governorate

Governorate of Musandam lies in extreme north of the Sultanate. It is separated from the rest of the Sultanate by a strip of UAE land. Its rough mountains rise to 1800 metres above sea level. Governorate of Musandant is distinguished for its strategic location, with part of it known as Ras Musandam – overlooks the international water passage called the Strait of Hormuz.

STAYS IN OMAN (ACOMMADATIONS)

Alila Jabal Akhdar

Escape to Alila Jabal Akdhar for an awesome staycation amid the rugged beauty and fresh air were its #15 Degrees Cooler adventure on your doorstep.

Al Bustan Palace, A Ritz-Carlton

Enviably positioned between the Sea of Oman and the Al Hajar Mountains, this Muscat hotel offers an alluring blend of old and new, local and global, carefully designed and naturally untamed.

The Chedi Muscat

A world of understated elegance and a perfect mix of Omani architecture and a profound Asian Zen-style.

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