P2 3 DAYS OMAN

P2 3 DAYS OMAN
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If you are planning to visit Oman then this may be your best choice, this package includes Oman Desert Tour, Visit the Stunning Wadi Khaled and the magnificent Wadi Shab Cave more over you will have the chance for Turtle Watching in Ras Al Hadd.

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Capital city: Muscat (population 350,000)
Population: 3.3 million
Language: Arabic
Currency: OMR
Time zone: (GMT+04:00) Abu Dhabi, Muscat
Electricity: Type C (European 2-pin) Type G (Irish/British 3-pin)
Dialing code: +968

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Oman’s colossal history (archaeological evidence suggests that parts of the country have been inhabited since the Stone Age) tracks from eras of remarkable prosperity and regional influence to self-imposed isolation, civil strife, foreign occupation and pretty much everything in between.

Oman’s colossal history (archaeological evidence suggests that parts of the country have been inhabited since the Stone Age) tracks from eras of remarkable prosperity and regional influenc

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When it comes to the country’s weather, Oman is often divided into two regions – north and south – to account for two very different climates. Mid October to mid-March, when the weather is pleasantly warm, the mountain scenery clear and the rains light, is the best time to visit the more crowd-drawing north. Throughout the remainder of the year, the heat and humidity can be really quite oppressive – particularly along the coast. This being said, southern Oman receives some respite during the khareef (the monsoon that lasts from mid-May to mid-August) that transforms Dhofar (the local name for the south) into a stunning plot of greenery