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Day1:- Arrive
at Muscat International Airport and transfer to the hotel for overnight stay. Relax and unwind after your journey and enjoy the hotel’s facilities.


Day2: - Glimpses of Muscat.
After Breakfast, start your day in Muscat city, the capital of Oman.

Visit the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, a magnificent architectural masterpiece and one of the largest mosques in the world.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the old Muttrah souq, where you can browse stalls selling traditional Omani handicrafts and souvenirs.

Continue along the picturesque Muttrah Corniche, pausing to admire the Al Alam Palace, the official residence of the Sultan of Oman.

Visit the 16th century Portuguese fort and delve into Oman's rich history and culture at the National Museum, which houses an extensive collection of artifacts and exhibits.

Finally, conclude your tour with a visit to the Royal Opera House Muscat, a world-class performing arts venue.

Lunch at a local restaurant will be included during this tour.

Day3:- Nizwa, Al Hamrah and Jabal Shams (Culture, History and Tradition)

After breakfast in Muscat, embark on a full-day tour to explore Al Dakhliya Region.

Visit the Historic Museum of Oman Across Ages. It is a national museum in Oman that tells the story of the country's history and culture from the earliest human settlement to the present day. It is located in the Wilayat of Manah, in the heart of the A'Dakhiliyah Governorate, about one hour and 40 minutes by car from Muscat.
Visit Nizwa city, the ancient capital of Oman. A city famous for its fort and the charming traditional souq.

Explore the city’s rich history and culture at the Nizwa Fort, a magnificent 17th-centry fortress, the famous Nizwa Souq, a vibrant traditional market selling a variety of Omani handicrafts.

Enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant before visiting a traditional Omani village to experience authentic Omani culture.

Visit Al Hamrah, a beautiful and historic village that offers visitors a glimpse into traditional Omani culture. It is a great place to relax and enjoy the scenery, as well as to learn about the history and culture of the region.
Visit Jebel Shams Mountain range, the highest in the Middle East, to admire the breathtaking sunset. It is known for its stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, and is a popular destination for hiking, camping, and off-roading.

Enjoy a barbecue dinner under the starry sky. If you're lucky, you may even catch a glimpse of the Milky Way galaxy.


Day 4: - Desert Safari (Adventure)
After breakfast, depart for Wahiba Sands (Sharqiya Sands) in a 4WD vehicle.
This is the most beautiful sand in Oman. Wahiba Sands is a truly unique and unforgettable place to visit. It is a place where you can experience the beauty of the desert landscape and learn about the Bedouin way of life.
This vast desert landscape is home to towering sand dunes, lush oasis valleys, and nomadic Bedouin tribes.

Upon arrival, prepare for an adrenaline-pumping dune bashing adventure! Experienced drivers will take you on an exhilarating ride through the sand dunes, as you navigate the steep slopes and sharp curves.

Return to the camp to relax and admire the breathtaking sunset over the sand dunes, experience the sand boarding, savor[ØÅ2] a traditional Omani dinner under the starlit sky. After dinner, enjoy the boom fire, catch a glimpse of the Milky Way galaxy, and experience traditional Bedouin life by entertainment, storytelling, and stargazing.

Lunch at a local restaurant will be included during this tour.


Day5: - Sur, Wadi bani Khalid and Sink Hole (Reconnect with Nature)
After breakfast, depart for Wadi bani Khalid. A beautiful oasis with crystal-clear waters, lush green palm trees, and towering limestone cliffs. Tace your swimming close and experience swimming in the natural pools.

Visit Sur Wooden Dhow factory. The Dhow Factory in Sur is one of the last remaining places where traditional wooden dhows are built. Dhows are sailing ships that have been used for centuries in Oman and other parts of the Arabian Peninsula. They are typically made of teak wood and are known for their durability and seaworthiness.

On the way to Muscat, pass by Fins Beach, a pristine beach known for its smooth, white pebbles. Then move to Bimmah Sinkhole, a naturally formed 100-meter-deep pool located just 600 meters from the sea. Enjoy a refreshing swim in this crystal-clear pool with your loved ones. Then transferring to Muscat

Lunch at a local restaurant will be included during this tour.


Day6: - Demaniyat Islands (Leisure and Shopping)
After breakfast, explore our beautiful sea. Transfer to the marina to board a boat for a snorkeling tour keeping an eye out for wild dolphins and other marine life, such as whales, which can be found just a few kilometers away. Snorkeling gear will be provided, so you can explore the underwater world and marvel at the vibrant marine life.

The rest of the day you will have time to explore Muscat at your own pace. Visit the Mall of Oman, one of the largest malls in the region, or head to Qurum or Azaiba beach for a relaxing stroll along the waterfront or to participate in various water sports activities.

Lunch will also be served as a part of the trip.


  • Minimum 2 – maximum 24

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