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1. Last-Minute Flight to Muscat, Oman
We make Muscat accessible to you with last-minute flight as well. So, you need not worry, if you missed securing your plane tickets to Muscat, Oman in advance.
2. Round-Trip Flight to Muscat, Oman
With a round-trip flight, you save time and money and, hence is an ideal option to go for if you are planning some family or honeymoon vacation. We strive to provide you with a nonstop flight to Muscat Oman, but at times owing to long distances, certain airlines offer segmented flights too.
Best Time to Visit Muscat, Oman
Being situated over the Tropic of Cancer, Muscat has the advantage of receiving opulent sunshine round-the-year though the climate remains a bit humid. The best time to visit Muscat is between November and March, the winter season. December and January are identified as the coolest months when the nights are cool and the day temperatures remain below 30°C. The Muscat Festival, a month-long festival that celebrates Oman’s history and culture is observed in January and is a good time to visit.
Top Attractions in Muscat, Oman
1. Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque
The Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque built from 300,000 tonnes of Indian sandstone is the main mosque in the Sultanate of Oman. The dome and the main minaret (90 meters) along with four flanking minarets (45.5 meters) give the holy structure a grand look. The main musalla can hold over 6,500 worshippers.
Bait Al Zubair is a museum, located on Al Saidiya Street, Old Muscat, Oman. Its prominent exhibits include ancient weapons including khanjar, household equipment, costumes most of which derive from the owner’s private collection. The museum is surrounded by a full-scale Omani village and souk.
Did you know when Oman was inhabited by human beings? The National Museum of the Sultanate of Oman will unfold the story. It also makes you acquainted with the cultural essence of the nation. It was established by royal decree in 2013 and opened July 30, 2016.
4. Oman Children's Museum
If you are accompanied by your kids, then you must include Oman Children’s Museum in your things-to-do list. Spread over 10,000 square feet (930 m2), the museum houses 45 exhibits and two demonstrations. It’s visited by around 50,000 visitors annually.
Adventures in Muscat, Oman
The country has got an extensive network of hiking trails, particularly in the Western Hajar that winds around and through some of Oman’s most spectacular mountain ridges, wadis, and canyons. So challenge your fitness while making your way through high-altitude treks and exhilarating canyon walks.
Oman is blessed with serene coastal waters where you can have the best experience of diving and snorkeling. These water reservoirs are also home to fine coral gardens and a few wrecks, and attracting some spectacularly large marine life.
Perhaps, you won’t get gentleman’s games, but yes, you are sure to have a lifetime experience. You can either be a spectator or a participant in its traditional competitive pastimes like bull-butting and camel-racing. Public holidays and National Day are often marked by these sports.
How to Reach Muscat, Oman
The main airport is Muscat International Airport, which is well-connected with vital residential localities of Al-Khuwair, Madinat Al Sultan Qaboos, Shati Al-Qurm and Al-Qurm. The flight services are rendered by the top-notch airlines, including Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines, KLM, SriLankan, Royal Jordanian, British Airways, PIA, Jet Airways, Lufthansa, and much more.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What cities in the USA have nonstop flights to Oman?
None of the US cities/airports have nonstop flight operations to Medina in Saudi Arabia. Only 1 to 3-stop flights operate. The possible connection cities/airports including Istanbul (IST) and Dubai (DXB).
2. How long does it take to fly to Oman?
The approximate distance and flight time between Muscat and some popular US cities are as follows:
| Departure City || Flight Distance || Flight Time || Time Difference |
| New York (JFK) || 7,059 miles/11360 km || 14 hours 37 minute || Muscat is 08 hours ahead |
| Los Angeles (LAX) || 8,467 miles (13626 km) || 17 hours 26 minutes || Muscat is 11 hours ahead |
| Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) || 8,227 miles (13240 km) || 16 hours 57 minutes || Muscat is 09 hours ahead |
| Denver (DEN) || 7,934 miles (12768 km) || 16 hours 22 minutes || Muscat is 10 hours ahead |
| San Francisco (SFO) || 8,218 miles (13226 km) || 16 hours 56 minutes || Muscat is 11 hours ahead | 3. Which airline has the cheapest ticket to Oman?
Qatar Airways. It’s the flag carrier airline of Qatar and a member of Star One World. Hamad International Airport (DOH) located in Doha is the hub airport of the carrier, and your flight to Muscat from USA is likely to have a connection at this airport.
4. What is the minimum validity for travelers with US passport?
A minimum of six months’ validity beyond the date of travel is recommended.
5. Is tourist visa required for US citizens visiting Oman? 6. What is the currency restriction for US citizens to visit Oman?
More than 20,000 USD must be declared
7. What is the US Embassy Contact Information in Muscat?
Jamiat A’Duwal Al Arabiya Street,
Al Khuwair Area (Shatti Al-Qurum), Muscat
Emergency After-Hours Telephone: