Oman welcomed more than 3 million tourists in 2018

TravelDailyNews International | April 29, 2019

Oman welcomed more than 3 million tourists in 2018
Oman’s Ministry of Tourism is placing a stronger emphasis on the recent surge in popularity that Oman has witnessed in order to help increase awareness and promote the country as a key tourism destination – throwing the spotlight on what makes the Sultanate a diverse and rich destination at a series of global tourism events and travel fairs. Oman welcomed more than 1.4 million GCC citizens last year, with the total number of tourists exceeding 3 million, whilst almost 200,000 cruise ship passengers visited the Sultanate.

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