Today is: 04-01-2023
The Word Dhow Used To Describe Traditional wooden Omani Boats this Boats mostly build in Sur the capital of Sharqiyah region which is famous for its ship building works. Many ships have been built in this city, like the sambuk and Sharjah. the Dhows now are used to show Oman guests the beauty of Oman coastline in Muscat and Khasab
this is the best Oman Dhow Cruise tour that can be booked .board a traditional Omani Dhow cruise around the magnificent coastline of Muscat. enjoy the sunset when the Sun disappear to be replaced by the star light and the magnificent moon of Muscat.We operate sunset cruise in a traditional wooden dhow every Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday. The trip duration is 2 hours and the start depends on the sunset time. The trip coverage area will be Al Bustan Palace Hotel, Haramel, Sidab, Muscat Palace, Muscat Forts, Muttrah, etc. a traditional welcome with soft drinks, water, arabic coffee, dates, nuts, etc will be offered on board. This Tour must be on your listed activities when you plan for your holiday in Muscat.
Prices are quoted in US Dollars per person per trip and valid until the end of December 2025, except during Easter, Christmas and New Year's holidays.
Reservations should be made as early as possible to book your desired Oman tour, spaces will be secured upon receiving a confirmation from the guest, and for tour packages, the required deposit is 50%. This deposit forms part of your final payment. Deposits: (PayPal - Bank Transfer - Western Union - Online Payment).
You need to have a valid passport at least 6 months beyond your scheduled return date to enter Oman. The cost of single entry visa is OMR5 (around £8) for 10 days obtained upon arrival at the airport. For more info on entry visa to Oman please check with the Oman consulate or embassy at your country.
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