Get pumped to travel to this rich and royal country of Oman. Board your flight to Oman and upon arriving at the airport, meet our tour representative who will transfer you to your hotel. Check-in at your hotel and spend some time at leisure and relaxation.
Overnight stay at Muscat.
Upon breakfast at the hotel, check-out from your hotel and drive to visit the Sultan al Qaboos Mosque. Later on start your tour of Sur. The highlights of the tour are:
- Blue Waters of the Gulf of Oman
- Fishing Village of Quriyat
- Bimah Sinkhole
- Fins Beach
- Wadi Tiwi
- Raul Jins Center
After the tour, check-in at your hotel and later in the evening visit the turtle reserve.
Overnight stay at the turtle reserve.
Upon breakfast in the morning, get ready for a full day tour of Wadi Bani Khalid. The highlights of the tour are:
- Al Wasil
- 1000 Nights Camp
Also visit the Bedouin houses, take up a camel ride and sand dune drive.
Overnight stay at 1000 Nights Camp.
Upon breakfast at the hotel, check-out from the hotel. Get transferred to the airport to board your flight back to your home country.
It should be no surprise that Oman has got a lot in store for tourists. Bordered by Saudi Arabia, Yemen and the United Arab Emirates, the Sultanate of Oman as it is known to be is a historic and a refreshing destination for the Middle Eastern region.
The destination promises a glimpse of the rich Omani culture as well as the pristine wonders it has got in store. If you’ve ever heard anything about Oman, then it must have been a desert with an address. It is a country that is beautifully wrapped by the Hajar Mountains with five-star hotels, white sandy beaches and warm turquoise waters.
Not to forget, Oman has one of the best diving spots in the world and has a souk rivalry to the Grand Bazaar of Turkey. The beauty is not even half of what we’ve described.
If you’re a vacationer looking for some quality time, then consider Oman. Jaw dropping scenery with mountains, sand dunes and a fine coastline has made Oman as the Middle Eastern Riviera.
- Take in the rich architecture
Oman is home to breathtaking pieces of Arabian and Islamic architecture and you’ll never be able to get tired of exploring them. The must visit are The Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque and the Muscat Opera House.
- Explore the UNESCO sites
The country is home to 4 of the unique UNESCO World Heritage Sites with the famous one being the Aflaj irrigation systems. Not to forget, it’s also got the beehive tombs of Bat and Al-Ayn reflecting the Bronze Age in Oman.
- Enjoy the beaches
Oman is known to be the home of the variety of beaches with classic stretches of land, surrounded by mountains and deserts. You can also admire the turtles nesting on the beaches making it quite admirable to miss out on!
|Best Time To Visit
|October to April|
|Flight From Dubai
|Air Arabia, Oman Air