Enjoy a wonderful time with one of the most attractive Omani places, in this package, you will visit, Nizwa forts and sightseeings also, then will visit Wahiba sands and Wadi Bani Khaled, stay overnight in a desert camp -hotel like camp-, you can enjoy a fire dinner at camp also can ride a camel and enjoy the desert night of bedwein life, then a tour to Wadi Shab, and it's crystal blue water and more.
|Duration||2 Days 1 Night|
|Pickup time||08:00 ~ 8:30 AM|
One of the Oman Tourist attractions) - the ancient Capital of Oman for a short walk. the most famous spot among all tourist Spots in Oman. Nizwa is o.. read more
the most interesting are the Friday Cattle where the locals from the nearby Villages come to sell their donkeys, goats, cattle, sheep, and chickens .n.. read more
Nizwa Souk ,the most Famous Souk among Local Omani Souks .there you can find fish, meat, vegetables, pottery, jewelers, handicrafts and souvenirs whi.. read more
Wadi Bani Khalid is a wadi about 203 km from Muscat, Oman. It is the best-known wadi of the Sharqiyah region. It's stream maintains a constant flow of.. read more
The Sharqiya Sands (formerly known as the Wahiba Sands, or Ramlat al-Wahiba) is a region of desert in Oman.The region was named For the Bani Wahiba tr.. read more
Wadi Shab is one of the magnificent wadis of Oman that Oman is popular for. The wadi is in Al Sharqyah regions Located 40 km southeast of Dibab. The w.. read more
Wadi Tiwi is a narrow deep gorge as well as wadi Shab. wadi tiwi extends about 36 km ,Midam is the small village of the wadi while the whole area has .. read more
We will take you to Nizwa the capital of the interior, is the birthplace of Islam in the Sultanate of Oman. Nizwa boasts of the famous Round Tower Fort, built in the 17th century, and its Souq renowned for its Friday cattle auction, intricately hand-carved “Khanjars” (daggers) & ornamental silver jewelry. Jabrin, the finest of Oman’s castles built in the late 17th century, became a seat of Omani learning. The castle displays the highest achievement in Omani ceiling painting & beautifully executed woodcarvings.
Then we take you to Sharqiyah region, there you will visit Wadi Bani Khalid, the evergreen wadi adorned with cascading water, forming a turquoise green pool, ideal for swimming. The journey continues to Wahaiba Sands, one of the most fascinating and mysterious regions of Oman. Notably, the dunes support an astonishing variety of flora and fauna and the ever changing patterns of dunes are a photographer's delight. Visitors can ride camels or experience the adventure of dune driving and visit Bedoine villages. Evening enjoy the camp fire & Dinner. Overnight stay in the Wahiba Sands.
After Breakfast depart to Sur. Then from there we drive along the coastal road. The journey continues to Wadi Tiwi and the graded track to Wadi Shab, one of Oman's most spectacular wadis, flowing with fresh water most of the year alongside banana plantations and rocky paths. and proceed to Fins where a beautiful white sandy beach beckons for a relaxing swim. The drive continue to a Photo stop of Bamah Sinkhole then to Quriyat, a small coastal fishing village and proceed to Muscat .
Note: bring plenty of sunscreen, good shoes, and swimming trunks.
|Number of persons||2 Persons||3 Persons||4 Persons|
|Cost per person||480.00 USD||435.00 USD||415.00 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.
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