Oman’s largest tourism destination


Spread along seven kilometres of white sandy beaches and turquoise waters, Hawana Salalah, Oman’s largest tourism destination, is a year-round destination that is brimming with life. With 900 hotel rooms and a diverse range of premium facilities including freehold properties, a world-class Marina, the Hawana Aqua Park, vibrant restaurants and cafés and a range of water and land activities. Here, life is Exceptional Everyday!

Dining out

From beach restaurants with international cuisine to cosy cafes in the Marina, there is something for everyone.

Exciting activities

Experience the unrivaled beauty of Dhofar through dune trekking, water activities  and the spectacular marine life.

Community Map


As a year-round destination, Hawana Salalah is full of life, bringing guests various themed events.

The Sultanate of Oman is located on the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, known for its political and economic stability, rich history and remarkable nature. Salalah in the southern Governorate of Dhofar is known as the Land of Frankincense and has developed a reputation for being a premium international tourism destination all year round. From lush green wadis and beautiful white sandy beaches to ancient forts and museums, it offers a look at Oman’s history and its future and is easily accessible from neighbouring countries and many European cities.

Unique Culture

Frankincense having always played a huge role in Oman’s history and culture, guests can still visit the historical sites like Al Baleed or Sumharam that have been turned into archeological parks. Also available are museums and the Sultan Qaboos Mosque as well as tombs of ancient prophets.

Abundant Nature

The natural terrain of Oman makes it a country like no other in the region. Salalah is blessed with turquoise waters and pristine white beaches lined with coconut trees. For desert lovers, the Empty Quarter is ideal for dune bashing and trekking. In Khareef, a seasonal monsoon that transforms the surrounding landscape into a refreshing green paradise, Salalah is known for its tropical climate, particularly the waterfalls, wadis and mountains. Salalah is also home to a rich marine life and bird species

Easily Accessible

Located in Dhofar, Oman’s southernmost governorate, Salalah is a safe haven blessed with beautiful nature and year-round tropical weather and a culture of genuine warmth and exceptional hospitality. It is easily accessible from neighbouring countries and international cities with direct flights from European airports in Italy, Germany, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Poland.