Best time to visit Oman?
The climate is best in Oman between November and mid-March, when daytime temperatures average 25°C; it is cool in the evening. From May to September much of Oman is unbearably hot, averaging 35˚C in June.
The khareef, between mid-June and late August, brings some relief, with rain (and green grass) to the hills of southern Oman. Dhofar averages 30°C year round. The Al Hajar Mountain range, including Jebel Akhdar, is a few degrees cooler throughout the year. For more climate info: Oman Weather Guide
Location – Oman sits in a strategic position along the eastern edge of the Arabian Peninsula, bordering the Arabian Sea and the countries of United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Yemen.
Getting there – There are direct flights from cities in Europe, the Middle East and Africa to Seeb International Airport, which is located 32km west of the city centre. It is also possible to drive between Oman and Dubai, a 6-hour trip across a wild and beautiful desert landscape. How to get to Oman . . .