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Group Tours in Oman

Oman is home to a variety of environments, including wide deserts and beaches with golden sand. Our group tours of Oman feature something that will stay with you forever. Highlights include riding camels across the desert, camping out beneath the stars, and dining with a local Omani family.

When you go on one of our small group trips to Oman, your knowledgeable local tour guide will show you the finest that this fascinating nation has to offer.

The city of contrasts, Muscat, combines the ancient with the modern. Enter a tumultuous network of souks and engage in bartering with the locals for elaborate mementoes and vibrantly coloured silk scarves. Alternatively, go along the waterfront to see vistas of bright mosque turrets and white-washed buildings set against a backdrop of craggy desert mountains. Get away from the city to tent on the untamed Arabian Sea coast, and as the sun sets over the honey-hued dunes of Wahiba Sands, savour a traditional Omani supper on the sand.


Group Tours in Oman

The best way to experience Oman's stunning natural beauty and well-preserved cultural history is on a small group tour. Oman, a serene country, is located in the southeast of the Arabian Peninsula and has long served as a major commerce route connecting Africa and Asia. One of the greatest ways to experience what is maybe the most underappreciated location in the Middle East is on one of our group tours or adventure vacations in Oman.

Oman, a land of ancient sailors and the abode of the mythical Sinbad was formerly cut off from the outside world and retains its alluring air of mystery and wonder. Its flawlessly kept capital, Muscat, is a remarkable fusion of the old and the contemporary. Its ancient defences, architectural gems, and traditional Arabic and Islamic styles set it apart from many other oil-rich modern Middle Eastern cities.


Outdoor Oman Tours

Beyond the cities lies the breathtaking desert landscape of Oman, replete with untamed mountains, secluded oases, and an incredibly beautiful coastline. It may come as a surprise to learn that Oman is home to the greatest concentration of loggerhead turtles and the endangered green turtle worldwide.

Travellers heading north may be startled to see enclaves of the Musandam Peninsula, a little region divided from the rest of Oman by the United Arab Emirates, that resemble fjords. The historic town of Nizwa, which was formerly the Imamate of Oman's capital and prospered due to its location on the surrounding trade routes, is located to the east. The town is dominated by the striking 17th-century stronghold known as Nizwa Fort, which is well worth a visit.

The city of Salalah, situated south of the Qara Mountains, is an unexpectedly verdant paradise. The annual fruits of the monsoon rains nourish its waterfalls and frankincense trees. Salalah is an absolute delight in an 80% desert nation, and the friendliness of the Omani people, who are genuinely pleased with their special state, rounds off any visit.


Frequently asked questions

Is it expensive to travel in Oman?

Regretfully, a trip to Oman is not inexpensive. The two biggest costs are lodging and transportation/tours. The lowest-priced hotel rooms start at about 12–15 OR (£20–25/US$30–40) per night; for mid-range accommodations, this amount should be at least doubled; for high-end accommodations, it should be anywhere from 75 OR (£120/$200) and more.

What is the best time to visit Oman?

The months of October through April are the ideal times to travel to Oman because of the pleasant but not overly hot weather (17°C to 35°C). You can visit the country at any time of year as long as you avoid the sweltering summer months of June through August because of its consistently warm climate.

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