What’s the weather like in Oman in March?
Found in the Middle East bordering the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, the weather in Oman is warm and sunny all year round. The country has a dry desert climate, bringing sweltering hot summers and more comfortable winters. In March, things are starting to heat up after the cooler period, although temperatures are much more bearable compared to the peak of summer. March is a great time to visit Oman if you want to enjoy hot beach weather, away from the scorching summertime.
The average temperature in the capital, Muscat, is 26ºC at this time of year, reaching highs of 30ºC and lows of 21ºC at night. With these temperatures, you’ll be grateful for air conditioning in your hotel room. Make sure you regularly apply high factor sun cream, stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water and seek shade in the hottest part of the day. Just 15mm of rain’s expected during March, so wet weather won’t affect your holiday. If you want to go swimming in the Gulf of Oman, the temperature’s a warm 25ºC this month.