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Oman Overview

The Sultanate of Oman has one of the oldest civilisations in the Arabian Peninsula and is a land of friendly people and dramatic landscapes. As one of the most traditional countries in the region it offers a fascinating insight into the Arabian culture. Discover a thousand miles of untouched coastline, clear blue waters, fertile wadis, vast sand dunes and deserts, and harsh rugged mountain scenery. The capital, Muscat, is an enchanting modern city with fine museums, souks and architecture.

Key Facts for Oman

Currency: Rial

Capital: Muscat

Language: Ababic

Flight time: 7 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Oman

The best time to visit is between October and April when it is cooler.

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Getting Married in Oman

If you are considering getting married in Oman then you will be overloaded with hundreds of exciting options during your wedding planning. As a country filled with beautiful mountains, valleys, caves, deserts, beaches, rock parks and lagoons you can choose to explore this country from north to south and east to west.  Getting married Oman’s capital city, Muscat, will provide you with some wonderful memories, and an experience full of culture and excitement. There are plenty of luxurious resorts to book for your wedding abroad in Muscat and if you choose to stay on for your honeymoon as well then you will have the chance to experience some magnificent activities.  Go whale watching, spend the afternoon on a boat scuba diving, or explore the many caves that surround the country of Oman if you choose to host your wedding abroad in this exhilarating country.

Marriage Requirements


There are several legal procedures that a British couple must adhere to if they wish to marry in Oman. Marriages performed at the British Embassy are celebrated under the provisions of the Marriage Act 1982 (as amended) and the Foreign Marriage Order 1970 (as amended).  At least one partner must be a British national.

Applicants must produce an original long birth certificate and / or any other original document that the marriage officer needs to see in order to be satisfied as to the nationality and date of birth of each party.

For further information on getting married in Oman visit http://ukinoman.fco.gov.uk/en/help-for-british-nationals/living-in-oman/marriage-in-oman

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