The perfect destination for any occassion

We think Oman has something to offer for anyone. Bordering the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian Sea, the Sultanate of Oman is often described as an island between two seas - water to the East and of sand to the West. Prepare for vibrant culture, rugged mountains and sweeping golden beaches.


Take on epic hiking trails through the majestic Hajar Mountains, or venture into the mesmerizing Wahiba Sands for exhilarating desert safaris. Dive into pristine waters, discovering vibrant coral reefs and marine life. With its unique blend of natural wonders, Oman provides opportunities for rock climbing, canyoning, caving, dune bashing and more.

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Leisure & relaxation

Oman has lots on offer for a relaxing holiday. Discover pristine beaches, where azure waters meet golden sands, ideal for sunbathing and water sports. Immerse yourself in Omani culture through traditional markets, museums, and historical landmarks. Indulge in luxurious resorts and spas, enjoying world-class amenities and rejuvenating treatments.

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Culture & heritage

Embark on a cultural journey in Oman, an enchanting destination for new culture seekers. Immerse yourself in the rich heritage of this Arabian gem through vibrant souks, magnificent mosques, and ancient forts. Explore traditional villages, experience Bedouin hospitality, and witness captivating festivals. From the bustling streets of Muscat to the timeless charm of Nizwa, Oman offers an authentic cultural experience like no other.

Front view of an old building in Nizwa


With its modern infrastructure and breathtaking landscapes, Oman provides a unique backdrop for successful business activities. Discover state-of-the-art venues, luxurious accommodations, and seamless event planning services. Engage your team with team-building activities in the stunning desert or coastal settings. From conferences to incentive trips, Oman offers an ideal blend of professionalism and natural beauty.

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Our take

Due to the scenic diversity alone, Oman already has an incredible amount to offer. Nature lovers and action lovers will get their money’s worth in the fascinating desert landscapes, mystical mountain ranges, and surprisingly green oases. For those seeking relaxation, the more than 1,700km long coastline offers one dream beach after another, and exciting cultural highlights await you in the cities and villages.

Discover the best of Oman with Arabica

Oman is still an insider tip among travelers, where mass tourism or overcrowded sights are nowhere to be found. Instead, an authentic oriental experience awaits you in the safest travel destination of the Arabian Peninsula: Breathtaking landscapes, fascinating culture, and genuine encounters with the incredibly friendly Omanis.

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Deep expertise & knowledge

We're a team of passionate experts, with years of experience, always aim to immerse visitors in the wonders of Oman to create an unforgettable journey.

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Thoughtfully bespoke

We'll craft a personalized itinerary tailored to your needs and requirements, creating cherished memories for a unique adventure.

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Customer first approach

Keeping visitors happy is our priority. We'll be by your side, offering warm support and exceptional service, ensuring a delightful experience.

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Support you can depend upon

Count on us anytime, day or night. With our dedicated 24/7 assistance, travellers can feel confident and cared for throughout their journey in Oman.


Explore the best Oman has to offer

Our team of experts sources eye-catching special offers; from private island tours to thrilling adventure ones, our collection is simply irresistible.

Best selling

Glimpse of Oman

Our most popular package is called Best of Oman; it is a guaranteed both Italian and german seat-in-coach program that takes place every week. The program is carved out to include all the important and most interesting sites in Oman offering the best combination of culture, history and little bit of adventure

Nizwa fort in Oman in the day
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Turtle watching

This is one of the few beaches in the world where you can see the green backed turtle coming to lay eggs. Tours and observation of turtles rank among the most well-liked ecotourism activities in Oman.

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Royal opera house

The Royal Opera House Muscat is the Sultanate of Oman's leading arts and culture organization. The Opera House, located in Muscat, Oman, aspires to be a centre of excellence in worldwide cultural engagement.

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Family favourite

Wahiba sands

Wahiba Sands occur to be an infinite expanse of uniform dunes. The towering heaps of sand turn from pale gold at noon to a brilliant yellow and then coppery orange at lower angles of the sun. An overnight stay here provides a simple opportunity to feel the raw strength of the desert from the comforts of opulent camps.

Most authentic experiences

Nizwa Friday Market

Nizwa Friday Market is one of the most attractive event for tourist visiting Oman. It is an electrifying experience for the first time visitor as you would not see such action packed live stock trade anywhere in the world. Here farmers and traders come to this one of the best traditional market places in the Middle East, bringing their animals from as far away as Salalah for barter and trade.

Front view of an old building in Nizwa

Beautiful beaches. Glistening waters. Rugged mountains.

Luxury resorts. Vibrant culture. Thrilling adventures.


Frequently asked questions about the beautiful Sultanate of Oman.

What's the best time to visit

The best time to visit Oman is during the spring (March-May) or fall (September-November). The weather is mild during these months, and there are fewer tourists. The weather in Oman is mild year-round. The average temperature in Muscat is 25°C (77°F) in the summer and 17°C (62°F) in the winter. The best time to visit Oman is during the spring (March-May) or fall (September-November) when the weather is most pleasant.

What language do people speak

The official language of Oman is Arabic. However, English is widely spoken, especially in tourist areas. You do not need to know Arabic to travel to Oman, but it is helpful to know a few basic phrases.

What's the currency used

The currency used in Oman is the Omani rial (OMR). The current exchange rate is 1 OMR = USD 2.60

What's the time difference

Oman is 4 hours ahead of GMT. The time difference between Oman and popular countries is as follows:
• United States: 10 hours ahead (EST)
• United Kingdom: 3 hours ahead
• Australia: 6 hours behind
• India: 3.5 hours ahead
• China: 5 hours ahead

What's the culture like

Oman is a Muslim country, so it is important to be respectful of the local culture. Some things to keep in mind include:
• Dress modestly, especially when visiting religious sites.
• Avoid public displays of affection.
• Be respectful of religious sites.
• Learn a few basic Arabic phrases.

What are the must try foods

Oman has a diverse cuisine, influenced by its location on the Arabian Peninsula and its history as a trading hub. Some of the most popular dishes include:
• Machboos (rice cooked with meat or fish)
• Harees (a thick porridge made with wheat and meat)
• Shuwa (a slow-cooked dish of meat or fish)
• Kabsa (rice cooked with meat, vegetables, and spices)
• Omani coffee (strong black coffee with cardamom)

How long does it take to get to Oman?

The flight time to Oman from popular countries is as follows:
• United States: 14-16 hours
• United Kingdom: 11-13 hours
• Australia: 17-19 hours
• India: 3-7 hours
• China: 9-11 hours

How do I get around?

There are a few transportation options in Oman, including:
• Air travel: Oman has two international airports, Muscat International Airport and Salalah Airport.
• Bus travel: There is a national bus service that operates throughout Oman.
• Car rental: You can rent a car at most major airports and cities in Oman.
• Taxis: Taxis are readily available in most cities in Oman.

How much time should I set aside for a trip

The cost of a holiday in Oman depends on your budget and travel style. However, you can expect to spend around $100-200 per day on accommodation, food, transportation, and activities.

What are some things to do in Oman

There's plenty to do  in Oman, including:
• Visiting historical sites and museums
• Hiking and camping in the mountains
• Sandboarding and dune bashing in the desert
• Snorkeling and diving in the in the prestine seas
• Shopping in the souks
• Relaxing the beaches
• Exploring the culture and traditions

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