Most of you read this website and listen to the Sultanate podcast because of the information that I provide, but this project isn’t about me. It’s about filling a gap in the travel information for independent travelers to Oman. In other words it’s about YOU! While, I am the conduit for good information from my point of view, I do realize that my view is just that… mine.
Oil and fuel prices are rising in Oman, since January 2016. At the pump today, an Omani resident will notice up to a 50% increase in the price of petrol. So how come fuel prices higher compared to a year ago, when oil price is so low?
With very few options for public transport outside of Muscat, renting a car in Oman should be high up on your budget list. While you can get by with renting a sedan in Oman, hiring a 4×4 could end up saving you some money if you make plans to camp a few nights. In this post I help you weigh your options for renting a car in Oman.
The start of another month means revised petrol prices in the sultanate. The government of Oman is adjusting the market price on a monthly basis after deregulation, but a strange thing is happening.
So, it finally happened. Petrol prices are increasing January 15, 2016, and as much as I don’t want to pay more, it’s probably the best for the country. How is this going to effect you as a traveler?