A reservoir of tourist and cultural attractions, Muscat has witnessed significant development, while staying faithful to its heritage and civilization that extends for centuries. Your visit to Oman is an interesting and rich experience due to the country’s diversity in its nature and regions, providing limitless options of diverse activities. It is delightful to start by strolling on the Muttrah Corniche which combines history with civilization to reach the Sultan Qaboos Mosque, classified as one of the most beautiful mosques in the world. Enjoy dolphin shows during your cruise, be dazzled by the popular markets of Muttrah, relish the beauty of nature in the lush Muscat Gardens, and discover the magic of the sea through deep-sea diving adventures.
Muscat is the capital of Oman and one of the most diverse and attractive cities on the Arabian Peninsula, characterized by its natural beauty and ancient history. It is renowned for its kind and welcoming people, a neighborhood that is the main center for industries, trade, finance expansions, and various services in the Sultanate of Oman.
- White Castle
- Iron Mountain
- Royal Opera House
- Jalali Fort
Important tips when visiting Muscat
Tap water is not safe; always drink bottled water!
Prevent visiting the valleys on weekends to avoid huge crowds.
Dress modestly when visiting historical sites.
Muscat has a hot and dry summer climate, with high temperatures during the summer months, averaging between 30-40°C, Winter temperatures range between 15-25°C, and Winter the best time to visit Muscat.
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