Renting & importing a car
Cars are the most popular mode of transport in Oman. Extremely low petrol prices and long distances unserviced by rail have contributed to Oman’s love of automobiles.
Local and intercity
Public transport in Oman is available, but not very popular aside from taxis and baizas (small buses). Since the sultanate does not have a railway network yet and the distances are so long, most people prefer to travel by car.
Getting a driving licence in Oman
Be extremely careful while driving! Oman is famous for its bad drivers, and the number one cause of death is car accidents. Stay alert - the roads may not be what you are used to.
A weekend travel guide
Muscat, the capital of Oman, is a bustling city with lots to offer. This guide will help you explore all the main attractions in just 36 hours!
Discover the ocean beauty
The underwater world of Oman is full of life and exciting adventures, from spotting clown fish to swimming with turtles! Sea turtles are especially common and you will see them on almost every scuba trip. The soft and hard corals of the ocean floor are home to a wide variety of fish, which can also be seen while snorkeling off the Omani coast.