Honeymoons in Oman

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Oman Overview

Occupying the southern eastern part of the Arabian Peninsula the Sultanate of Oman offers dramatic landscapes and is home to some of the friendliest people. Be fascinated by the Arabian culture at one of the more traditional countries in the region. Discover over a thousand kilometers of rugged mountain scenery, sand dunes and deserts, crystal clear waters and untouched coastline. Visit the enchanting capital city of Muscat, discovering the interesting museums souks and architecture it has to offer.

Key Facts for Oman

Currency: Rial

Capital: Muscat

Language: Ababic

Flight time: 14 hours from Sydney

When to Honeymoon in Oman

When to go:
The best time to visit is between October and April when it is cooler

Flight Information:
Oman is approx 7 ½ hours from London with direct flights operated by British Airways

Omani Rial

1 month visas are granted on arrival and cost 6 Omani Rials (approximately £9)

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Getting Married in Oman

If you're after a country in which to get married that is full of diverse scenery, enjoys a warm climate, has some interesting traditions and customs, and is steeped in history, then why not consider Oman. Sitting next to Dubai, this country doesn't have the glitz and glamour and high rise buildings, instead it has a wonderfully diverse countryside with mountains, valleys, caves, lagoons and beaches. It has an abundance of carefully restored forts, and it's ancient crafts are well supported. Oman has retained it's traditional Arabian values and is somewhere you'll experience Islamic culture at its best. With plenty of stunning venues to help with your wedding celebrations, weddings abroad in Oman will give you some amazing memories to retain for a very long time.

Marriage Requirements


Marriages need to be registered at the Department of Notary Public in Al Khuwayr within 30 days.  Couples also need to complete an application form and marriage notification which can be obtained from the Ministry of Justice. Basic documents needed include valid passports, full birth certificates, and proof of single status. For more information visit http://www.gowealthy.com/gowealthy/wcms/en/home/articles/travel/culture/Getting-Married-in-Oman.html

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