Country information Oman


Oman: Sultanate on the Arabian Peninsula Between deserts and oases, beaches and mountains Nowhere else on the Arabian Peninsula do we find such diverse natural areas as in Oman.
Impassable, rugged mountain ranges with deep gorges and deserted stone and sand deserts alternate with fertile, evergreen oases, riverbeds that occasionally carry water and endless beaches. These are the contrasts that characterize Oman. Coupled with a rich culture and the proverbial hospitality of the Omanis, a tour of Oman becomes an oriental mosaic that is second to none.
Some data about the country:
Size: 309,501 square kilometers.
Climate: Oman has a subtropical, dry climate with summer monsoons and hot, dusty winds. Average annual temperature ranges
from 10°C to 12°C in the north while ranging from 16°C to 18°C in the south. Annual average rainfall ranges from 150 mm to 300 mm in the north while ranging from 50 mm to 150 mm in the south.
Capital: Muscat, approx. 300,000 inhabitants (2018)
Population: approx. 4,45 million (2020)
National language: is Arabic, which is the official language, English, a common language spoken by immigrants, Baluchi, Hindi, Urdu, Portuguese and many more!
Religion: The vast majority of Omanis are Muslims and, while most of them belong to the Ibadi school, there are also Sunnis
and Sh’ias. Omani society does not only comprise followers of the different Islamic schools; its citizens and residents also
include Hindus, Buddhists, Christians, Jews, Bahais and Mormons
As our partners are based since 2015 in Oman (Salalah)we can offer you a great deal of choices in Oman. But of course we also put together a trip to Oman according to your individual wishes. Be inspired by our trips.
If you then have an idea of what you would like to see in Oman, simply give us a call or send us an email and let us know your travel wishes. We will work out an individual trip through Oman for you free of charge and without obligation according to your