Oman is Open: Desert, Mountains, Beaches, and Beyond

2 September 2021

Starting this week, the Sultanate of Oman is open to all vaccinated travelers without quarantine. A long-time favorite destination of Remote Lands, Oman joins the likes of Phuket, Koh Samui, Maldives, Uzbekistan, Dubai, and Sri Lanka, in the reopening of international travel in Asia.

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Starting this week, the Sultanate of Oman is open to all vaccinated travelers without quarantine. A long-time favorite destination of Remote Lands, Oman joins Phuket, Koh Samui, Maldives, Uzbekistan, Dubai, and Sri Lanka, in the reopening of international travel in Asia. For a wonderful world of desert, fjords, mountains, wildlife, and adventure, contact Remote Lands to discover how you can travel to Oman right now. 


Oman is surprisingly diverse, from pristine beaches to endless sand dunes. Start your exploration in the historic capital of Muscat, where travelers can visit the desert terrain of the Empty Quarter or the seasonal khareef in Salalah where the southern shores turn green. Alternatively, visitors can  journey through the towering mountains and maze of turquoise waters in the fjords of the Musandam peninsula.


The mountainous landscapes of Oman are extraordinary. From the rugged peaks of the Al Hajar range and the Jebel Shams to the Grand Canyon of Arabia and the scenic riverbed wadis dotting the jagged countryside, Oman is a wonderland of topography. For a wildlife-centric experience, visit Ras al Jinz, the nesting place of the endangered green turtle where visitors can watch these gigantic sea creatures lay, nest, and escape to the safety of the sea. After experiencing the culture of the cities, take to the sea for dolphin watching, excellent snorkeling, and sailing on a luxury dhow.


The desert is the superstar of Oman. Here, travelers can enjoy the starry skies, endless expanse, and quiet nights from the comfort of the Desert Nights and Magic Nights bedouin-style tented camps. Wake in the morning to find an adventure playground of dune-bashing, sand-snowboarding, and wadi barbeques.


The luxurious hotels of Oman are a highlight of any stay. Perched high on the Musandam Peninsula, a dramatic coastal cliff towers over the sea at Six Senses Zighy Bay, a favorite Remote Lands resort featuring hiking, rock climbing, and even microlight flights for the adventure seeker. The Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar is in a scenic location nestled on the Saiq Plateau overlooking ancient Nizwa, an ideal mountain retreat perched on the rim of a vast plunging canyon where you can experience both nature and culture. During green season in Salalah, Remote Lands' experts particularly recommend the private pool villas at the Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara.

WHERE ELSE? For the first time in a long time, travelers can look forward to a multi-country trip. Learn how you can pair Oman with a trip to the wildlife of Sri Lanka, the azure waters of the Maldives, and the skyscrapers of Dubai.  



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