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London Khasab from £1089

The flight between London and Khasab takes roughly 13 hours 40 minutes. Heathrow Airport provides non-stop flights to Khasab from London with the most popular airline being Oman Av, which offers the shortest flight between the two cities. Heathrow Airport is 20 miles away from the city centre and can be easily reached by taxi, metro or bus. Before reserving a cheap flight, compare the best flight deals online to pay the lowest fare for your journey. You can also choose to fly directly to Dubai or Muscat from London and then catch a cheap flight onto the city. The best thing about this route is you can find a dozen of flight providers operating from the major British Airports, including Heathrow, Birmingham, London City and Stansted. Moreover, you have the option to take a ferry from Muscat or travel by road to Khasab from Dubai. Alternatively, if you opt to fly directly to Khasab, hire a taxi at the airport to reach the city centre, which is just 1.3 miles away.

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    London - Khasab

    Qatar Airways
    15/09/2017 2 stop(s) Duration 22h35
    Qatar Airways
    22/09/2017 2 stop(s) Duration 23h40
    from £1,088.91

Cheap London - Khasab Flights

To travel between London and Khasab at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Khasab flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Khasab flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Khasab 1 Old Souk

Though this ramshackle region is replete with majestic fortresses, Khasab Castle, an erstwhile Portuguese fort, is the main attraction of Old Souk. Home to the traditional wooden dhows and a wide variety of historical and cultural artefacts, the castle offers glimpses into the ancient way of life in Musandam.

2 The coastal road to Bukha

A drive to Bukha from the city is an amazing chance to enjoy the stunning beauty and marvellous landscapes of the region. On the way, you will come across a village named Wadi, which is known for its beautiful rock carvings of animals and hunters. You can wind up your trip visiting the majestic seafront fort in the town.

3 Kumzar

This famously remote town is accessible from the city only by boats, which is a dramatic experience in itself. Though the town is not possible to visit, the boat trips offer stunning views of some of the famous places and distant landscapes of the region.

4 Khawr Sham

The city is the starting point for the unforgettable dhow cruises down the impressive Khawr Sham, the largest fjord in Musandam. The historical Telegraph Island, known for its water-sport activities, is a popular stop by destination on these dhow cruises.

5 Mountain safari trips

Jebal Harim, the highest mountain in the region, invites you to enjoy an exciting safari trip on its winding roads, which offer superb views of the rock desert mountains dotted by ancient fossils that are over millions of years old.

Required travel documents for Oman

The time difference is 9 hours. Visitors from the UK are not required to obtain a visa before arriving to Oman. You can get an on-arrival visa at any entry point in the city, be it land, air or water. A one month tourist visa will cost you 20 OMR (Omani Rials). A trip to Khasab is a wonderful chance to soak up the rich cultural and architectural heritage of the Musandam Peninsula, as well as experience some exciting and fun-filled water-activities, such as dhow cruises, snorkelling, swimming and diving.