Posts Tagged ‘ Oman ’

Hoilidaying abroad just got rosier!

Sep 18th, 2021 | By

Grant Shapps has announced that the traffic light system is to be dumped and at the same time he has removed some countries from red.

Our travel tips for 2021

Jan 2nd, 2021 | By

When the time comes, the one thing that Just about Travel is convinced about is that travel won’t just surge but erupt.

Opening up Iran?

Jan 4th, 2020 | By

Part of the world has become a little less inviting for tourists but then, wasn’t it ever so?

Tips for staying safe

Oct 17th, 2016 | By

Heading abroad this half term? Have fun but be safe. Here’s how

Five ways to make the most of your holiday

Feb 11th, 2016 | By

Heading off for half term? Check out these five fabulous tips and tricks for getting the most out of your holiday

Visiting North Africa

Oct 8th, 2015 | By
Cart driver in Tunisia waving

Travelzoo says that three out of four British holidaymakers are actively avoiding Islamic countries following recent acts of terrorism.

Notes from a traveller: part 12

Aug 4th, 2015 | By

Kaye’s itchy feet have taken her to New York. Read the latest instalment of her ‘Notes from a traveller’ series, only on Just About Travel

Saturday Snippets: 4th April 2015

Apr 4th, 2015 | By

Reminding us that APD has been reduced from April 1st, Adrian looks at where we have visited in greater numbers and condems the fact that train disruption hits day-trippers and holidaymakers at one of the busiest holiday periods of the year.

Extreme Sailing in Cardiff

Aug 23rd, 2014 | By
Oman Air yacht

This weekend on Cardiff Bay, the normally staid ferries crossing the bay to Penarth are competing with some of the finest sailors from around the world in act 5 (or race five to us uninitiated) of the Extreme Sailing Series.

Cowes Week returns

Aug 1st, 2014 | By
the Omanis preparing fro Cowes Week

For those who say that Cowes Week is elitist and enjoyed by just a handful of people, think again. 100,000 people come to Cowes each year to cheer on the 8,500 competitors.

I love London, so why did I leave: part two

Mar 24th, 2013 | By

Kaye loves London, so why did she leave? Read the second part of her story, here

The Album: Olivia Keith

Jul 23rd, 2011 | By

CD Traveller reader, Olivia Keith, takes us on a tour of four of her favourite destinations

Best Holiday Bargains?

Apr 15th, 2011 | By

At present, probably the best holiday bargains are to be found in either Tunisia or Egypt. Other Middle Eastern and North African countries like Yemen, Syria, Algeria don’t attract many British visitors. Jordan has been at pains to point out that they are open for business as has Oman which had a bumper tourism year in 2010. Morocco has been visited by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall which suggests all is quiet and safe. But are you encouraged to holiday there? Do the deals tempt you?

Going global: part 2

Jan 16th, 2011 | By

Heading to Dubai for the kingdom of bling’s shopping festival? Make sure you hit the malls by all means but be sure to get yourself to Global Village, where you can shop and eat your way around the world…

What’s hot

Feb 28th, 2010 | By

Whether you’re staycation-ing or vacationing, CD Traveller tells you what’s hot and what’s not in the travel world

Muscat diaries

Dec 13th, 2009 | By

CD -traveller ventured off the beaten track to find a cross section of individuals who call the Omani capital ‘home’. The goal was to find out who they are, what they do and what Muscat means to them…

Gulf Tourism Expands and Expands

Nov 11th, 2009 | By

Tourism to the Gulf countries is relatively small but growth is likely given the amount of investment that is being ploughed in an attempt to get us to visit. Abu Dhabi is anticipating growth of 10% for next year and 15% for the following two years. We have previously carried stories about what Abu Dhabi has to offer and it certainly shouldn’t be thought of like Dubai as a luxury destination. Hotel rates are reasonable and with all the competition amongst gulf airlines, prices are reasonable.

Magical Musandam

Sep 18th, 2009 | By

While there is no denying Muscat’s many charms, there’s so much more to Oman than merely Muscat; to judge a country on its capital is the equivalent of saying that you’re intimately acquainted with the US because you’ve had a Big Mac.

Visit Oman

Dec 14th, 2008 | By

Forget the UAE. This time around it’s Oman that is stealing the show…

Oman is having a moment. Just ask Peter Greenberg – the award winning travel editor for NBC’s Today Show – who has hailed the Arab state as a hot and affordable (important in these credit crunch times) destination, and one of his own personal favourites. Conde Nast Traveller’s online sibling,, and Vogue have also dubbed the Sultanate as one of this year’s must visit spots.