Sultanate of Oman
The Sultanate of Oman has a very long and deep-rooted history and culture. The Sultanate’s encompasses an area of 309,500 square kilometres and is located in the far southeast of the Arabian Peninsula. The Sultanate of Oman has a coastline that extends for 3,165 km from the far southeast, where the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean meet, to the end of the Sea of Oman at the Musandam Peninsula in the north. The Sultanate overlooks the strategic Strait of Hormuz at the entrance to the Arabian Gulf. Through its strategic and important location, the Sultanate of Oman is connected with the oldest maritime trade routes in the world, the most important of which is the sea route between the Arabian Gulf and the Indian Ocean, the place where caravan routes through the Arabian Peninsula connected between the West, the East, the North and the South.
Why invest in Oman?
- A strategic location that connects the Sultanate with the international market.
- Political and economic stability.
- Integrated infrastructure that includes high-quality ports, airports and highways.
- A suitable foreign investor legislative and legal environment.