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Oman

Itinerary Inspiration

Located at the mouth of the Persian Gulf, Oman is home to some of the most important trading posts around the Indian Ocean. Boasting breathtaking seascapes, vast deserts, majestic mountain ranges and historical sights, you'll explore a Middle Eastern world you didn't know existed. Set sail on a show cruise, scuba dive and snorkel with the marine life or visit one of the Muscat mosques.

Things You Should Know

Time Zone: UTC +4 hours
Official Language: Arabic
Secondary Language: English
Currency: Omani Rial
Entry Requirements: Valid passport (for 6+ months) and visa (adequate funds and proof of a return ticket home strongly recommended)
Best Times to Visit: September to March

Oman Honeymoons

There are plenty of places to stay in Oman, from luxurious resorts to once-in-a-lifetime camping experiences. Oman honeymoon packages range from romantic to exotic to lavish. Here you can discover the mystery of the desert at a Bedouin camp one night and treat yourself to honeymoon upgrades and a couple's massage the next.

Destination Weddings in Oman

With its long coastlines, towering mountains and rich history, Oman is an enchanting place to say, “I do.” The resorts in Oman offer many wedding packages and have professional wedding coordinators and planners to help you make your special day picture-perfect.

Weather & Climate

In most areas, you'll experience subtropical dry weather. The coastal areas can get hot and humid, while the interior plains and deserts will remain hot and dry. The perfect time to travel to Oman is from fall to spring, when the temperatures fall between 77° and 95° F. During the winter months, you can expect some rain and snow on mountain caps.