For those who love to travel to Oman on a holiday, know that it is a traditional country, but with amazing oases, mountains and of course – sand valleys. In Oman, you can also experience the traditional Arabian living by exploring the cities of Muscat, Salalah or Sohar. But always know the best times to travel in order to make your holiday a good one!

Oman visits

Oman is a country with several hidden treasures. If you get a chance to step out of the Oman resort that you have booked for your holiday there, you will realize that the country has not been commercialized yet.

The winter

From October to March falls the winter season in Oman, which is also the peak season. As holiday resorts the likes of Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort usually get full up with advance bookings for this peak season, it’s always ideal to act early, plan and take the necessary measures by booking in advance – in order to avoid any disappointments.

Image Credit: Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort

The spring

Spring is the good season which falls from April to May. The temperature is slightly warm in this season and it will almost be the same in the nights too. But this season is not as busy as the winter, and you can enjoy a lot more if you travel during this time.

Image Credit: Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort

The summer

Needless to say, the weather becomes unbearably hot during this season. This is generally not a good time to plan your holidays in Oman, because even Muscat will be dangerously arid and dry in summer.


Damon Starky is a creative nomadic travel writer, who is well informed and experienced on a wide range of interests that would connect to the needs of any type of traveler. Google+