Muscat – Ras Al Hadd – Wahiba – Nizwa- Jebel Shams- Wadi Bani Awf- Al Sawadi - Salalah
|Duration||10 Days 9 Nights|
|Pickup time||08:00 ~ 08:30 AM|
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In the Morning The tour starts with a short of Muscat city, then depart Muscat towards Sur through the Coastal Route, you will see Quriyat a small coastal fishing village and proceed for a photo stop at the Bimah Sinkhole, Then we will continue along the white Beach of Fins where a beautiful white sandy beach beckons for a relaxing swim. The journey continues on 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. You can swim on through the warm waters of the pool to pool, Tour continues to Sur and Ras Al Hadd where an overnight stay is arranged. After dinner, we will drive you to Ras al Jinz Turtle’s sanctuary a protected Green turtle nesting reserve. Where you can see Oman`s great sea turtles on the beach nest and lay eggs, you have Possibilities to see baby turtles hatching from some nests.
Overnight stay in Ras Al Hadd.
(Lunch & Dinner Optional)
After Breakfast, we continue to Wadi Bani Khaled. It is one of the biggest and most beautiful Wadis in Oman. Enjoy a refreshing swim in its cool water. Then we drive towards the Wahiba Sands to experience the magic of a true desert - almost a sea of constantly shifting sands. A drive through the inspiring sand dunes is a must. Enjoy the 4x4 dune-bashing and ride camels. Later, visit a local Bedouin family in their home to get a close-up view of their lifestyle and share coffee & dates with the genuine Bedouins.
Enjoy the Camp fire & Dinner, Overnight in a Desert
After Breakfast proceeds to Nizwa. Nizwa is a capital of the interior, is the birthplace of Islam in the Sultanate of Oman. Nizwa boasts of the famous, 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.
Overnight stay in Nizwa.
(Lunch & Dinner Optional)
Then up a winding road into hills to the far away picturesque mountain village of Misfat Al Abrien, where time has stood still.
We precede drive up the towering mountains of Jebel Shams and deep ravines of Wadi Ghul and experience an untamed and rugged countryside, a pristine world interrupted here and there by tiny settlements, 3000 meters high, it is the highest mountain of Oman
Dinner and Overnight stay at Jebel Shams
After Breakfast We leave Jebel Shams & Nizwa , We drive to one of the most charming picturesque mountain villages ever Billad Sayt where time seems to have stood still for ages, The village on top of the cliff is a spectacular sight when seen from the terraced farms below, which provide the basic needs for the local residents,
We continue our journey along the loop to Wadi Bani Awf, Our climb through the Wadi will take us up the Jebel ‘mountain’ where at a point along the climb you can see the gorge below, which indeed looks like a snake and those that desire can make the trek into it, There are several small pools here suitable for bathing
Our journey takes us along the Batinah to Nakhl “the date palm” grove where you can see the natural hot spring and the 350 year old Nakhl Fort.
From Nakhl we drive you to Al Sawadi where you will spend the night
(Lunch & Dinner Optional)
After breakfast spend full day at the beach Or Optional Sea Safaris tour
(Lunch & Dinner Optional)
After breakfast we transfer you to the Airport, You will take the flight to Salalah for 1 hour, Rest of the day for leisure and relax on the beach
Today you will have a full day tour of Salalah East (Taqa, Sumharam, Wadi Dirbat, Ayn Razat) & Salalah West ( Frankincense trees, Mughsayl, Nabi Ayub).
Our Journey will start with Wilayat of Taqah, a visit to the country side of Taqah offers the opportunity to explore magnificent locales which retain their original self, large mountainous areas untouched by the pressures of habitation and left on their own to nurture environmental enigmas
Our next stop is Sumhuram, the antiquated port city of Sumharam which reigned supreme 2,000 years ago as the guardian of the perfume paradise, will narrate endless accounts of the heydays etched by the fortified hill city adjacent to Khor Rori Creek. Strategy at its best sums up the ancient city`s soul reflected in its ruins. Sumharam is located in Taqah 30 km from Salalah
We will continue to Wadi Dirbat, an amazing variety of plants, trees, birds, and flowers. See the longest cave in the world; See the fantastic views of the Dhofar Coastline and the Indian Ocean from Jebel Samhan. There are several shallow caves in the limestone hills along the Northern side of the spring and pool.
Ain Razat is the most important source of spring water in Dhofar. It used to be one of the main sources of water for Salalah. It's water, as well as several smaller springs, flow into a long pool on the northern side of the carpark at the foot of the Jebel. Water flows along a falaj throughout the year, although flow is highest during the Kharif. This water flows 7km to Al- Maamurah Palace, the Sultan`s residence when in Salalah.
After Ain Razat we will have a lunch break before proceeds to the Western of Salalah.
Our Journey continues with the visit of Mughsayl, a popular beach west of Salalah, Here you can see the blowholes. When the waves from the sea hit the rock, because of these events on the ground, air and water is forced up the vent and comes up almost like a fountain, but the volume of water and force of air is surprisingly strong, it is very enjoyable. Around the area, you have the chance to see the famous frankincense trees. This tree has gained worldwide fame, Dhofar has known frankincense since time immemorial, and frankincense is mentioned in ancient history books. It is known to be the best in the world and has brought the region to great wealth thousands of years ago, when frankincense was more valuable than gold.
The last stop is another popular tourist attraction, The Nabi Ayub grave. This tomb is inside a Mosque, where supposedly Nabi Ayub (tomb of the prophet job) is buried, and then we drive back to Salalah
Today is a leisure day at the beach Or Optional Full Day to Rub al Khali desert??
(Lunch & Dinner Optional)
After Breakfast, you will have an Orientation tour of the city of Salalah which includes visits of Frankincense Souq & Al Baleed museum before we drop you at the Airport for your flight back to Muscat
|Number of persons||2 Persons||3 Persons||4 Persons|
|Cost per person||2650.00 USD||2250.00 USD||2050.00 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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