10 Things to Do In Oman

The Sultanate of Oman is a vibrant and beautiful country with a diverse set of attractions which provide a great experience to all kinds of tourists and travellers. From adventure sports to luxury leisure experiences there is something for everyone to do.

Oman Sunset

Here are the top 10 things that you can do for your next stay in Oman:

Dhow Cruise
The traditional day-long dhow cruise will familiarise you with the diverse landscape of Oman. The coastal area of Muscat and Musandam are memorable.

Desert Camping
You can go for camping in the Wahiba sands desert is the place to indulge in camel riding, quad biking, etc.

Souk Sojourn
The ‘Souks’ is quite a shopper’s paradise. Artefacts and souvenirs and several antiques make great shopping items.

Traditional market

Wadi Bani Khalid
You can go hiking or indulge in swimming in the Wadis of Oman. The best ones are Wadi Bani Khalid, Wadi Shab or others.

Muscat & Musandam are cetacean hotspots are the best places to observe whales, dolphins and humpback dolphins are great for dolphin-watching.

Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque
The Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is one of the most popular museums in the region and features the world’s largest chandeliers and the second largest Persian carpet in the world.

Grand Mosque in Muscat, Oman

Adventure Sports
Water sports, scuba diving, kayaking, sailing, etc. are available in Oman and you can go swimming and sail with turtles, sharks, dolphins and other marine creatures.

Jabel Shams can be visited any time of the day and you can experience great views of the gorge.

The museums offer a vibrant glimpse into the rich culture of Oman and you can view artefacts, firearms, jewellery and costumes.

Turtle Watch
Sea turtles that visit the Oman beaches from the Arabian Gulf are a popular sight and a wonderful experience for the tourists that are interested in wildlife.

Endangered Green Back turtle

Oman Air flies you to Oman from over 50 destinations in the world.