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  • The aerial distance from London, UK to Salalah is 3,782 miles
  • Popular Airlines from London to Salalah are British Airways, Oman Air, Emirates, Qatar Airways and Etihad
  • Airport codes flights from London to Salalah are London – LON / Salalah - SLL
  • Estimated flying time from London to Salalah is 10 hours 25 minutes

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About Salalah

Gateway to Oman’s most southerly governate of Dhofar, Salalah is known for its ancient history, archeological remains, stretching back two millennia. Popular for its frankincense trees and pretty beaches, it was a significant stop on the frankincense and silk trading routes. The city is the birth place of Sultan Qaboos which might be the reason why it is called second city of the Sultanate. Salalah is also famous for its annual monsoon festival, the ‘Khareef Festival’ during which the city comes alive with festivities including various performances, food, music and games. It is an ideal destination to travel if you are looking for adventure and want to spend some time away from crowded areas while enjoying the sun, sand and solitude.

Best Time to Visit Salalah

Khareef (monsoon) Season is the most special time to visit in Salalah. This season is highly celebrated when the entire region is at its best and the greenest. Waterfalls and sink holes are seen. June to September is the ideal time to visit Salalah but also the most popular months so expect hotels and tourist places to be crowded and expensive. October to April is also a good time for travelling as the weather is quite pleasant without humidity.

High Season: December is the most popular time to fly to Salalah.

Low Season: May is the best time to beat the crowds.

Best Places to Visit in Salalah

Al Baleed Archaeological Park: Located at the As Sultan Qaboos St, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and these ruins were the trading port of Zafar in the 12th-century. This place was visited by Marco Polo in 1285 and mentioned in his writings. Museum of Frankincense Land is also located in the park that showcases the history of the port and the region.

Salalah Museum: Situated in the Salalah Cultural Centre, this museum houses a diverse collection with various sections devoted to regional geology and history. You will also find here a permanent display of Wilfred Thesiger's photographs.

Burj an-Nadha: The icon of Salalah, this clock tower is featured in the coat of arms of Dhofar Governate. The tower gets lightened up with colourful light and looks stunning at night.

Tomb of Nabi Imran: Located at Al Matar St, this tomb belongs to a local Arab prophet who is believed by some to be the father of the Virgin Mary, and by others to be the father of Moses. The grave is 33 m long and holds the record for the longest grave in the world. Visitors must remove their shoes before entering and women should cover their heads.

Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque: Completed in 2009, this is the largest mosque in Salalah which can accommodate up to 14,000 people at a time. Designed with grand architectural style, the mosque is wonderfully decorated with chandeliers, green carpet and wall patterns. Dress conservatively. Women must have their ankles, wrists and hair covered.

Sultan Qaboos Palace: Sultan Qaboos was born in a fortress at this location, which is now turned into a modern palace. The palace is not open to the public, but you may photograph it from the outside.

Footprint of Prophet Saleh's Camel: It is a shrine housing the footprint of an enormous camel in the bedrock. According to the Quran, the camel appeared from nearby mountains as a miracle but he was killed three days later by non-believers who refused to recognize the Prophet Saleh. In punishment an earthquake is said to have destroyed the entire city and people living there. Visitors are requested to remove their shoes and women should cover their head.

Gun Souq: Located in the As Sultan Qaboos St., it is a small open-air market for vendors selling all kinds of weapons, from antique rifles to traditional knives and daggers. It is best to visit in the early morning.

Airport serving London & Salalah

London: London has six international airports including, London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN) and London Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN). Out of these six, Heathrow Airport is the largest and most popular airport with the maximum air traffic and international flights. The airport has all the modern facilities including a lounge area, free Wi-Fi services, eating joints, duty-free shops and restaurants serving international cuisine. Visitors can shop at the various showrooms and duty-free shops available in the different terminals.

Salalah: Located 5.5 kilometres northeast of the city centre, Salalah International Airport serves the city of Salalah and Dhofar region. Opened in 1977, it initially handled only domestic flights from Muscat and few chartered planes. Salalah airport got the status of an international airport in the year 2003. It has all the modern facilities including food counters, duty-free shops and lounges for the passengers.

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