Fishing in Oman
Oman fishing holidays have exploded in popularity in recent times, with the Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean providing rich bounties for keen anglers. The waters around the north eastern capital of Muscat are amongst the richest anywhere in the sultanate and some of the most popular with holidaymakers visiting to enjoy the fishing in Oman.
Anglers visiting the capital to indulge in some exhilarating Oman fishing should stay at one of the many well-positioned Muscat hotels. The Radisson Blu Hotel, Muscat is ideally located to allow guests to visit the city's many beaches and harbour before relaxing in one of its six restaurants after a day’s fishing.
Making the most of fishing in Oman
Whether it is your first time trying the sport or you are an experienced angler, fishing in Oman is suitable for everybody.
The waters surrounding Muscat are swarming with fish and many visitors travel to one of the city's picturesque beaches to enjoy a relaxing day of angling. Qantab Beach is one of most popular Oman fishing sites, with tourists able to explore the coastline on local boats to try and catch some indigenous marine life.
Tourists wanting to attempt more adventurous fishing in Oman can take part in one of the deep water tours that depart from Muscat Harbour daily. Marlins, Sailfish and Yellowfin Tuna are just a few of the species that can be landed during the day-long expeditions on the open seas.
Choosing your hotel in Muscat
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Muscat is the ideal location to enjoy a leisure-filled holiday in the capital. As well as fishing in Oman, guests can work out the hotel's gym or watch the annual Tour of Oman during their stay.