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Housing one of the oldest civilisations on the Arabian Peninsula, Oman clings determinedly to its past. However, the friendly people are happy to welcome visitors and extremely proud to show off their culture. Tranquil beaches, magnificent dive sites, dramatic mountains, traditional architecture and so much more await you in this mystical land.
11 nights - From £1649 pp
Save up to £659
Travel dates: 15 Jan 2017 - 19 Oct 2017
14 nights - From £1799 pp
Save up to £705
Travel dates: 15 Jan 2017 - 17 Oct 2017
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Our vastly experienced travel advisors are passionate about Oman. With first-hand knowledge of when and where to go they can create the perfect holiday experience for you, at the best possible price.
Flight duration: Oman’s international airport in Muscat is approximately 7 hours from the UK.
Best time to travel: With virtually guaranteed year-round sunshine, Oman is perfect year round. Summers can be blisteringly hot, with temperatures often in the 40sºC however, this does bring lower prices and therefore it’s great value during our school summer holidays. Winter months see pleasant Mediterranean like temperatures, making Oman a fantastic place to escape the cooler temperatures of the UK.
Local time: GMT +4 hours.
Currency: Omani Rial.
Language: Arabic. English is widely spoken.
Passports & Visas: A full British passport, which is machine readable and valid for six months beyond your return date is required. British passport holders visiting Oman require a visa, which can be purchased on arrival at a cost of approximately £9 for stays of up to 10 days or approximately £36 for stays of 11-30 days.
Health: Vaccinations are required and strongly recommended. Your GP will be able to provide you with specific advice on the destinations in your itinerary.
Ramadan: During Ramadan (approximately 27 May – 25 June 2017), it is forbidden to eat, drink or smoke in public places (including hotels and those offering all inclusive) between sunrise and sunset; and no live entertainment is permitted. Hotels usually provide a private area where non-Muslims can eat during the day. Alcoholic drinks are not served in hotels (including those offering all inclusive) on dry days and other days stipulated by the government. Alcohol is available in Dubai hotels after sunset. Please ask for more details at time of booking.