Oman Flights GuideLocated along a generous stretch of water that blends the Persian Gulf, Arabian Sea, and Gulf of Oman into one coastal side of the country. From there though, Oman problematically backs up to Saudi Arabia and sits beside Yemen. The region itself has a lot to offer, despite the necessary ill-advising against prospective travelers to the country. The port-capital of Muscat boasts the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, a beautifully contemporary and striking design that blazes white against the bright blue sky. The city also hosts a festival in January/February that showcases the culture and best shopping in the region. The Wahiba Sands are also an exciting prospective tourist destination, as people can camp, or tour by ATV, car, or camel. Oman's climate is characterized by its dry heat and minimal rainfall.
International visitors will fly into Muscat International Airport, and there are four domestic flights available for travelers once they arrive, located in Salalah, Duqm, Sohar and Khasab.