Best Time to VISIT !

Winter Season

Time Period: December to February

Average Temperature: 18 to 26 degrees Celsius

Annual Rainfall: 12 to 24 mm

The winter season is the best time to visit Oman because the temperatures are low, making participating in outdoor activities comfortable. One can roam around the streets of this country without having to sweat much due to the excessive heat.

The lowest month during the winter season is January, and there’s some rainfall during this month. As a result, it provides a much-required respite from the heat of the desert.

Spring Season

Time Period: March to April

Average Temperature: 20 to 35 degrees Celsius

Annual Rainfall: 5 to 14 mm

During March and April, the temperatures slowly rise, but it is still not extremely hot and humid like the summer. This month also witnesses fewer crowds than in winter, so you can explore Oman more peacefully. The spring season is also when roses bloom, which makes the scenery beautiful.

Autumn Season

The time from September to November is the best time to travel to Oman if you wish to explore this country on a budget. Unfortunately, this is the shoulder season because not many people visit Oman during this time.

These months fall under the autumn season. This means the temperature is still pretty hot but far less compared to the summer season. However, since these months are still pretty hot, you will not find many crowds in the popular tourist places of this country.

During November, Omani people also celebrate their National Day, which means you will be able to witness the grand fireworks and parades they organize during this time. Besides this, you can visit the many famous places in Oman without crowds. Some of these places include the historic town of Nizwa and Sohar.

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