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According to shoppingpicks, in the month of January, Oman experiences hot and dry weather. The average temperature is around 23°C and there is very little precipitation throughout the month. February brings a slight increase in temperatures to around 25°C but rainfall continues to be rare. March sees a further increase in temperatures to around 28°C and rainfall remains scarce throughout most parts of the country. April brings even milder weather with average temperatures ranging from 29-31°C, although some light sandstorms may still occur in some areas. May is the warmest month in Oman with average temperatures ranging from 33-35°C and almost no rain showers throughout much of the country. June brings a slight decrease in temperature with average temperatures ranging from 31-33°C but dry weather remains predominant throughout much of Oman. If you don’t necessarily have to, don’t go to Oman in the summer. May to September are very hot months. During the day the mercury climbs to 35 to 40°C. Inland, values ​​of 50°C are also quite normal. It is also very humid in summer, especially on the coast. There is hardly any rain in summer. If you would like to go to Oman, go between November and March. The temperature then averages between 25 and 30°C and during that period there is an occasional refreshing shower. Check aristmarketing for Oman in 1997.

Oman Geography and Population

Oman – geography Oman’s borders with neighboring countries have only been determined for a few years. The border with Saudi Arabia was finally established and marked in 1992 and with Yemen in 1994; both go through deserts and are the result of Sultan Qabus’ desire for peace for land. The border with the United Arab… Read More »

Landmarks of Oman

The Sultanate of Oman is a country located on the Arabian Peninsula. Like neighboring United Arab Emirates, Oman can also look forward to a great deal of interest from foreign tourists. The mainly desert-like landscape of Oman is interspersed with green areas, rugged mountain landscapes and a number of beautiful oases. The appeal of Oman… Read More »

Oman Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data According to cheeroutdoor.com, Oman’s economy is highly dependent on oil revenues (approx. 30% of GDP, approx. 65% of budget revenues and approx. 68% of exports). GDP in 2020 reached OMR 2billion (i.e. USD 64 billion) at current prices (year-on-year decrease… Read More »

Oman Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Oman Before traveling to Oman, Russian citizens need to apply for a visa. To do this, the following documents are submitted to the Embassy of the country: – a passport valid for at least 6 months from the end of the planned trip (for a multiple entry visa –… Read More »

History in Oman

Back in the 3rd millennium BC. the first settlements arose on the coast of modern Oman. In the 1st millennium BC. e. local tribes were conquered by Yemenite tribes. In the 7th century AD. The territories now occupied by Oman and the United Arab Emirates became part of the Arab Caliphate. Since then, the spread… Read More »

Oman State Facts

  THE CAPITAL Muscat STATE STRUCTURE Absolute monarchy INTERNAL DIVISION After the administrative reform of 2011, Oman is divided into 11 governorates (regions). SQUARE 309,500 km² CLIMATE tropical hot OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Arabic language CURRENCY Omani rial POPULATION 4.3 million NATIONAL COMPOSITION About 80% of the population of Oman are Arabs. They are divided into two… Read More »

Oman State Overview

Oman. Located in the southeastern part of the Arabian peninsula, in Asia. Since 1967, the Kuria Muría islands, claimed by the Republic of Yemen, belong to Oman. Muscat is the capital city of Oman according to itypemba. Geographic location Oman borders to the west with Saudi Arabia, to the south with the Republic of Yemen and to the northwest with the UAE. To the northeast it borders the Gulf… Read More »