Salalah Is the Capital city and the seat of Dhofar Wali. it is the second largest City in the Sultanate of Oman. Formerly the Sultan Should Stay in Salalah as it was once the Capital city Of Oman however when Sultan Qaboos took the Rule he decided to move the capital from Salalah to Muscat, moreover his visits to Salalah is very rare; his last visit was on 2010 Salalah is well-known for incense trade.
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Al Baleed Museum where you will enjoy a guided tour of its display on archaeology, history, and heritage from the Dhofar Region, a Resistive collectio.. read more
This historical site is located in the city of Salalah, near a lagoon where you can see crane birds and herons amid the high grasses. You can also tak.. read more
Al Hafah souq is an old style souq, not to be confused with the modern replica souk that can be found in many shopping malls. This Souq looks and feel.. read more
The Frankincense Souk Which is well-known for its perfume oils and incense burners... read more
the gold souk which contains the typical olden and modern Dhofari jewelers. A Gold Souq or Gold Souk (Arabic: سوق الذهب) is a gold mark.. read more
The Sultan's Qaboos Palace in Salalah is one of the most attractive landmarks when you visiting Salalah, tourists stop by and take photo stop in this .. read more
This Tour allows You to discover the City of Salalah one of Salalah Attractions Head to Al Baleed Museum where you will enjoy a guided tour of its display on archaeology, history, and heritage from the Dhofar Region, a Resistive collection about the archaeological and maritime history of Oman. (Open Saturday – Wednesday from 8:00 -14:00 & 16:00 - 20:00, Thursday - Friday 16:00 - 20:00)
Drive to town passing Al Baleed one of Salalah Attractions the site of an ancient harbor that is now being excavated. Walk along the Sultan’s Palace to the Frankincense Souk Which is well-known for its perfume oils and incense burners .then visit the gold souk to see the typical olden and modern Dhofari jewelers. Enjoy seeing the Dhofari Houses along the way to Haffa Souk which is famous for its Shops which lined up in a beautiful way selling incense boxes, our last stop will be Zufar and Al balid Ruins.
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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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