Oman in July

June to August is very hot in Oman with temperatures pushing 40 °C (104 °F) in the warmest regions, with the humidity high. Many choose this time to head into the mountains for the cooler air.  In Salalah in the south, it is the khareef (monsoon) season where there is up to 25mm of rain, and many head here for the cooler temperatures of between 24 and 28 °C (75-82 °F). The khareef's wet winds also create a thick fog, which coats the mountains in moisture, creating luxuriant green hills. Summer is the first fruit season across the country and best time to try the country’s sweet apricots, peaches, figs, and pears. Outside of Salalah, going out in the middle of the day is best avoided at this time.

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Arabian Peninsula: Art On The Beach

Discover trendy contemporary art galleries and some of the best exhibitions in the Gulf region amidst the gleaming skyscrapers of Abu Dhabi and the sand-coloured streets of Muscat. Relax on the beach with the tranquil backdrop of turquoise waters from the Indian Ocean and receive the finest in famous Arabian hospitality.

Interest Art
Destinations UAE, Oman
9 days / 8 nights
Price Per Person
From $8,600


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