Camels, wadis and traditional souks
Oman makes you feel like you’ve stepped into a fairytale world. Book a flight to its capital Muscat and discover this country’s rich history. Visit the Bait Al Baranda Museum, go glamping in the desert or stay in top-notch hotels. If you love Arab cuisine, you’ll be able to indulge yourself in the many traditional eateries. And on of top all this, Oman always has a pleasantly warm climate!
Old fortresses and colourful spices
Covering over 416,000 square metres, the overwhelming Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is Muscat’s eye-catcher. The old Al Mirani and Al Jalali fortresses are worth a visit too, though. You must visit the Muttrah Souk if you love shopping. Wandering through its winding streets, you can choose from a wide selection of goods, such as fragrant spices, shiny silverware and Oman antiques. Not only is Muscat the ideal destination for city trips, it’s also the ideal starting point for a longer vacation in Oman. Treat yourself and book a flight to Muscat now!
Turtles and leaping dolphins
Wadis, small river valleys in the desert, can be found all over Oman. You can go for a swim in Wadi Bani Khalid or cool down in Wadi Shab. Or go snorkelling in the warm sea and encounter turtles and large schools of tropical fish, as Muscat is also known for its colourful underwater world. Enjoy overlooking the beautiful Muscat coastline from the water, or just lie down on its lovely beach. If you’d rather not get into the water, go boating on the sea and enjoy the sight of dolphins leaping alongside your boat!
Flights to Muscat for a unique vacation
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The Sultan Qaboos Mosque was a gift from Sultan Qaboos to the inhabitants of Oman. In honour of his 30-year reign in the early 1990s, the sultan commissioned the building of a mosque larger than any other mosque in Oman. Since 2001, the sparkling result can be seen along the road that leads to the heart of Muscat; in daytime it shines in the bright sun, at night it is beautifully illuminated.
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