The Sultanate of Oman occupies the southeastern tip of the Arabian peninsula – 300,000 sq. km boasting some 1,700 km of coastline stretching along the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Gulf. It is the second largest country in Arabia, and has the most diverse landscape including fjord-like rugged mountains in the far north, magnificent tracts of desert and a lush south. A rich variety of flora and fauna abound, together with panoramic beauty witnessed in its mountain ranges, deserts and sand dunes.
THE MUSANDAM PENINSULA
Is located on the northern border of the Sultanate of Oman. The high mountains in this region rise for more than two thousand meters above sea level. This area also contains the most important waterway, The Strait of Hormuz. The juxtaposition of sea and mountains is considered one of the exclusive features of this area. Excursions in boats and traditional ships give the visitor unforgettable enjoyment, while diving fans at the beautiful coral reefs can plunge to their hearts’ content
Located on Oman’s northern Musandam Peninsula, a scenic 120-minute journey from Dubai.
Fly to Dubai. Paraglide with resident professional to Zighy Bay
120 kilometres, or around a 120-minute’s drive from Dubai International Airport.
By Speed Boat
Make your entrance by speedboat from a neighbouring bay port.
Best time to visit
The best time of the year to visit Oman is between October and April, when the weather is pleasantly warm in the day and cool in the evening. Temperature averages at 25-35 degrees centigrade during the day and dips to 17-19 degrees centigrade at night.