- Places to see in Oman | Seaside Resorts Oman
Destination Oman – Your Ultimate Source of Information About Oman Founded in 2001 by Deepak Nair, Destination Oman is an online Oman travel directory dedicated completely towards Oman tourism
- Travel to Salalah | flydubai
The second-largest city in the Dhofar province, Salalah sits on the south coast of Oman It’s the traditional residence of the Sultan of Oman, and is known as the perfume capital of the country, perhaps because of the frankincense trees that grow in the lush countryside around it Salalah’s climate, with its khareef (monsoon) season means that the area is rich in plants and wildlife
- Oman Day Tours and Holiday Packages in Muscat, Salalah . . .
Salalah is the capital city of southern Oman's Dhofar province It's known for its banana plantations, Arabian Sea beaches and waters teeming with sea life
- Salalah Hotels | Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara . . .
Nestled between a private beach and freshwater lagoon, Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara celebrates cultural treasures, while being the first and only luxury pool villa resort among Salalah hotels
- Travel Ideas: Best Long Weekend Getaways | flydubai
If you're looking for last minute holidays from Dubai, check out some of the travel ideas we’ve put together Just two hours away by airplane, Salalah in Oman makes for an excellent relaxing weekend getaway The country’s second largest city boasts a mild, cool climate through most of the year
- Best of OMAN Tourism - Travel Guide + Maps + Photos . . .
Now that you have decided to go to Oman, you need some general information to start planning and preparing your trip In the articles below you will learn about visa, language, regions, weather, transportation options, accommodations
- Best Time to Visit Oman | Climate Guide | Audley Travel
Oman has a reliably warm climate and, as long as you avoid the scorching summer months between June and August, can be visited any time The weather is at its most pleasant from October through to April, when temperatures are warm but cooler than the sweltering summer months and turtles can be seen at Ras al Jinz