Muscat Governorate is the capital city of Oman and the seat of government. The city lies on the Arabian sea and near to strategic Straits of Hormuz. Muscat is located in the northeast of Oman, Al Sharqiyah borders the city to the east while Albatinah region from the west, also Ad Dakhliyah region from the South part.
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Bait Al Zubair is a museum, located near the Ministry of Information on Al Saidiya Street, Old Muscat, Oman. The museum has an extensive collection o.. read more
In the 1552 Capture of Muscat, an Ottoman force consisted of 4 gallons, 25 galleys, and 850 troops attacked the city of Muscat. They captured the city.. read more
Al Jalali Fort, or Ash Sharqiya Fort, is a fort in the harbor of Old Muscat, Oman. The Fort was built by the Portuguese in the 1580s to protect the ha.. read more
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The Al Alam Palace is the ceremonial palace of Sultan Qaboos of Oman located in Old Muscat, Oman. "Al Alam" means "The Flag" in Arabic. The palace,.. read more
OPEN HOURS Sat-Thu: 8 AM to 1 PM and 5 to 9 PM Fri: 5 to 9 PM Al Dhalam (Darkness in Arabic) Souq is the local name for the Muttrah Souq. The Mut.. read more
In 1992 Sultan Qaboos directed that his country of Oman should have a Grand Mosque. A competition for its design took place in 1993 and after a site w.. read more
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Start your tour With the Visit of the Grand Mosque “the Mosque of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said “ ,the most famous attraction in Muscat , take a look inside this great Unique Islamic archeological building where your guide will Point out the highlights of the Place and a historical background and some Islamic facts ,then head to your next Stop Muttrah Souk or Al Dhalam Souk as know by the Locals .this Souk is one of the eldest souks in the Arab World .there you can Find various Goods offered by merchants .you can see Fish, frankincense, Perfume oil, garment, daggers, Gold, Silver, Spices and Omani Pots.
Then head to the old town where you will Pass by Sultan Al Alam Palace, the palace of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos and the Twin Forts Mirani and Jalali .your last stop is Al Zubair Museum which offers Huge information For the Country Culture, history, and heritage.
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|Cost per person||149.00 USD||77.00 USD||55.00 USD|
Prices are quoted in US Dollars per person per trip and valid until April 30.2018, except during Easter, Christmas 2018 and New Year 2019'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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