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How to Celebrate National Day in Oman

Here's how you can celebrate Oman National Day 2021 in style!

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7 November 2019

Last updated on 15 November 2021
Best ways to celebrate Oman National Day 2021

Here's what's happening for Oman National Day 2021 and what you can add to your holiday plans

This year's National Day of Oman is just around the corner, and the country is gearing up for a day of stunning fireworks, camel races, and parades. The sultanate's National Day is celebrated every year on November 18th to commemorate Oman's independence the Kingdom of Portugal in 1650.

Although November 18 will mark Oman's 51st National Day, the government has announced that the country will observe two public holidays on November 28 - 29. This is the perfect opportunity for citizens, residents, and visitors to celebrate and honour Oman, from its great traditions to its rich Arab culture and environment.

Below, we've compiled a few ways to celebrate Oman National Day 2021.

Watch the Oman National Day 2021 fireworks

Expect to see the skies light up across the country in honour of National Day in Oman 2021. It's recommended to plan ahead so you can get a good front-row seat to a spectacular fireworks show.

Where to watch the National Day fireworks in Oman:

Keep an eye on this page as we will update it when more information is announced.

Go beyond the border

Whether you're based in the country, or you live in one of the neighbouring nations, you can celebrate Oman's National Day 2021 with an amazing weekend getaway at Hatta.

Cobone has got some great deals and offers for you in Hatta, a beautiful mountain region that sits on the border of Oman and the UAE.

Things to do in Oman for Oman National Day 2021

Catch the Oman National Day parades

Expect to see the main streets of Oman come to life in celebration of National Day.

Before the Covid-19 pandemic, the main highlight of the National Day parades is the Glorious National Day Military Parade, held every year and attended by members of the Royal Army of Oman (RAO), Royal Navy of Oman (RNO), Royal Air Force of Oman (RAFO), Royal Guard of Oman (RGO), Sultan's Special Forces (SSF), Royal Oman Police (ROP), and Royal Court Affairs (RCA).

Keep an eye on this page as we will update it when more information is announced.

Wave the Oman national flag with pride

Days before the National Day of Oman, citizens and expatriates rush to purchase festive decorations in the national flag colours to adorn their cars, homes, offices, and more. Honour the sultanate's National Day by waving the Oman flag with pride!

Go shopping and dining in Oman

Select retail and dining outlets throughout the country will be offering promotions for the annual occasion. It's one of the best times of the year to treat yourself, loved ones, and friends to a special gift or a delicious dinner.