Oman, Yemen, and U.A.E. Travel Map. 1:1,400,000. ITMB.
Oman is a stark and wild mountainous country. This map shows its physical features and road network exceptionally well. Yemen is one of the most unusual countries in the world, but well worth a visit if you can get in. This map certainly shows the country to good advantage, especially its exotic terrain. Politically, this is a country one would have to define as challenging; touristically, as well.
Sample of the Oman map detail Sample of the Oman map detail.
1 sheet, folded.
Oman Travel Map & City Map of Salalah. 1:1,320,000. GEOprojects.
Side one has a physical map of Oman at 1:1,320,000 showing relief, communications, oil and gas information and settlements with index of place names. City maps of Muscat at 1:8,000 and Mutrah at 1:10,000 showing detailed street patterns, built-up areas, parks, important buildings and other places of interest with indexes of street names and places. The map includes several photographs. Side two has city maps of Ruwi and Qurm at 1:10,000 and Salalah at 1:35,000 showing detailed street patterns, built-up areas, parks, important buildings and other places of interest with indexes of street names and places. Map of the Capital Area at 1:80,000 showing road connections, settlements and important buildings from Muscat to Seeb International Airport. Business Guide for Oman giving useful addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses for ministries, embassies, hotels and other information. Map size is 88 x 78 cm.
Sample from one of the street maps
1 sheet, English
Oman Map of the Sultanate of Oman. 1:1,300,000. National Survey Authority. An official road map of Oman, published by the Omani government. In English.
1 sheet, folded
Muscat City Map. Apex Press, 2008. A detailed double-sided street map of Muscat, in English. One side has a map at 1:25,000 centered on the international airport. The reverse side continues coverage eastward along the coast to Al Wadi al Kabir and Qantab. Includes a street name index and an index of important places, such as tourist attractions, hotels, airline offices, schools, ministries and other government authorities, etc. Symbols on the map locate police stations, hospitals, hotels, pharmacies, shopping centers, religious buildings, and more. Includes two small inset maps at 1:12,500 of the business center and downtown Muscat.
Muscat City Map. 1:16,000. Explorer Publishing, UAE.
This large fold-out map shows the whole of the city in pinpoint detail. The easy-to-read map features road names and numbers, hotels, malls, parks, beaches, schools, hospitals, and places of interest. Double-sided. Size is 60 x 98 cm.
Sample detail of the Muscat City Map
1 sheet, folded.
Oman Topographic Maps
Oman 1:100,000 Topographic Quadrangle Map Set. 1:100,000. Soviet government. High quality topographic maps for a country where little else is available. This set gives complete coverage of Oman in 110 sheets. In Russian.
For ordering individual sheets please look at the index to figure out which sheet(s) you need and then order them using the "Each, specify area" order button below. On the order form, specify the sheet number in the "Comments" section.
Set of 110 sheets, rolled
Oman 1:200,000 Topographic Quadrangle Map Set. 1:200,000. Soviet government.
High quality topographic maps for a country where little else is available. The sheets covering inhabited areas have extensive descriptive text on the reverse. This set gives complete coverage of Oman in 52 sheets. In Russian. There is an index linked below.
We supply color plots.
There is also a second index ("numbering scheme") that shows how the sheets are numbered. You should specify the sheet numbers as "E-40-25" for Mirbat, for instance.
Overall Index Map Index of numbering scheme
Set of 52 sheets, rolled
Oman 1:500,000 & 1:1,000,000 Topographic Maps - TPC & ONC charts. 1:500,000 & 1:1,000,000. NGA/NIMA/DMA. Four sheets give complete coverage. Relief is portrayed by a combination of contours (basic interval 500ft, intermediate contours shown where appropriate), elevation tinting and relief shading. Spot heights are also marked. Towns, villages, major roads, railways and airports are shown but please note that many of the smaller settlements are not named, and the road information is not necessarily up to date, as compilation and revision dates vary. Some air navigation information also appears on the map, such as radio beacons and restricted flying zones. It should also be noted that in some cases localised deficiencies or inconsistencies in the survey data at the time of compilation of these maps has resulted in little or no elevation shown for the affected areas, or even blank spaces with no detail at all. Size is 140 x 105 cm.