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Oman Frequently Asked Questions
What are the top things to do in Oman?
Top tourist attractions in Oman:
3. Musandam Fjords
4. Ras Al Jinz
5. Misfat al Abryeen
6. Wahiba Sands
8. Masirah Island
10. Jebel Akhdar
Where is Oman located?
Oman is located on the southeastern edge of the Arabian Peninsula, bordering the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman; the Musandam Peninsula in the north of the country borders the Strait of Hormuz and the Persian Gulf. It shares land borders with Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen, and it shares maritime borders with Iran and Pakistan.
When's the best time to visit Oman?
The best time to visit Oman is between October and April when the temperatures are warm (17°C to 35°C) and turtles can be seen at Ras al Jinz. The country has a reliably warm climate, so as long as you avoid the scorching summer months between June and August, you can visit any time. Rain is fleeting and only tends to come in January and February as short, sharp showers.
From June to September, the khareef's wet winds create a thick and humid fog that coats the mountains in moisture, creating luxuriant green hills. This provides ideal conditions for Salalah's abundance of tropical fruit, which is in season throughout the year.
Is Oman safe?
Oman's overall crime risk is low so Oman is considered to be a very safe country. It is one of the safest countries in both the Middle East and the world. It is highly friendly and warm toward tourists, and the crime rate is fairly low, so apart from occasional petty crime on the streets, there isn't too much to worry about.
What language do they speak in Oman?
Arabic is the national language of Oman and probably what you will hear spoken most often. However, you might not need to learn any Arabic to get by when you're on holiday. Thankfully for most travelers, English is the unofficial second language of Oman and if you're staying in any of the major cities, or even venturing out into traditional Bazaars outside of Muscat you will likely come across many English-speaking locals.
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