What’s the weather like in Oman in October?
Located in the Middle East bordering the United Arab Emirates, Oman has a dry and hot climate inland, while the coastal regions are typically more humid. Whichever part of the country you visit, the weather’s guaranteed to be very warm, especially between May and September when really hot temperatures are guaranteed. In October, temperatures are still very hot, so you’ll need to seek shade between 11am and 3pm, drink plenty of water and apply high factor sun cream regularly.
In October, temperatures in Oman hover around an average of 30°C, reaching highs of 35°C in the afternoons and dipping to 25°C after dark. With hot weather through the day and night, you’ll certainly be grateful for air conditioning at your hotel. Around 10mm of rain’s forecast this month, so it’s very unlikely you’ll experience any wet weather this month. Meanwhile, the waters of the Gulf of Oman are a bath-like 29°C and ideal for swimming and snorkelling.