Today is: 09-28-2023
Explore Muscat in a value package, it allow you to see a lot of the most attractive places in Muscat, you will have a quick city tour in Muscat City, a quick stop at Bimmah Sinkhole, swimming in wadi Shab crystal clear blue water pools, stay for overnight at Ras Al Had, with a big chance to watch the turtles hatching season, and in the next day, will go to Wahiba desert towards wadi Bani Khaled.
|Duration||2 Days 1 Night|
|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 Turtles 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)
Day 02 -
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 waters. 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.
Late afternoon return back to Muscat
|Number of persons||2 Persons||3 Persons||4 Persons|
|Cost per person||490.00 USD||440.00 USD||400.00 USD|
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.
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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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