Oman is a Beautiful Country

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At Muscat International Airport, check in. After passing through immigration, luggage collection, and customs, travel to the arrivals hall to meet your chauffeur and make your way to the hotel. Overnight in a Muscat hotel.


Pick up from your hotel and go to the Grand Mosque (not available on Fridays or other public holidays), the city's crown jewel. Grand Mosque, completed in 2001, is a stunning structure that appears modern yet demonstrates that modern artisans have preserved the abilities necessary to produce these amazing mediaeval surroundings. It's difficult not to snap an increasing number of photographs. The handcrafted carpets, chandeliers, and ceiling of the main prayer room's huge dome are essential must-sees. Please take note that females should be fully covered and wear a head scarf, while men should wear pants. Drive down the Corniche shoreline, stopping to view the vibrant Muttrah Souq. We next drive to the majestic Al Alam Palace, His Majesty Sultan Qaboos' main palace, which is bordered by the 16th-century Portuguese forts Mirani and Jalali. Proceed to Bait Al Zubair Museum to have a better understanding of Oman's history. Return to the Hotel. Overnight in a Muscat hotel. (B)


Transfer from your Muscat hotel to the Marina, where you will board a boat to seek for Dolphins and Whales. Observing wild dolphins is an exhilarating way to start the day, and the fortunate may even stumble across one of the several whale species that live just a few kilometres off Muscat's rough coast. While not every excursion guarantees sightings, you are certain to enjoy the experience and increase your understanding of nature's most interesting marine creatures. Return to the Marina and travel to the hotel around 1200 hrs. The remainder of the day is free to explore the city or take use of hotel amenities. Overnight in a Muscat hotel. (B)


We travel to Wahiba Sands along the picturesque and difficult coastal path in 4WD vehicles. This excursion provides breath taking views of the Gulf of Oman's turquoise seas juxtaposed against immaculate white beaches. We travel by Quriyat, a fishing town. At an inland stream, there is a decent possibility of seeing Flamingos and Eagles. Visit the lovely Wadi Arabayeen, which features deep pools of water surrounded by date palm trees. We next make our way to the Bimah sinkhole, a magnificent limestone crater with a bottom filled with turquoise green water. On clear sunny days, when driving along the shore, one may spot sharks swimming in the pure blue waters or swift Gazelles sprinting over the countryside. Arrive at Sur and pay a visit to the traditional dhow manufacturing; the journey continues through mountainous territory, affording spectacular views of the ocean. We continue our journey to the Wahiba Sands, a wide expanse of undulating red and white seas of sand and dunes reaching a height of 200 metres that is also home to a diverse array of plant and animals. The dunes' ever-changing patterns are a photographer's dream. Experience a roller coaster-like sensation as you soar over the dunes. Dinner and overnight are included at the Arabian Oryx Camp. (B)


Breakfast is available at the camp. Additionally, Wahiba Sands is home to the traditional Bedouin tribe, who is renowned for their hospitality and understanding of the Sands. We'll pay a visit to a Bedouin family in their traditional and austere environment. Wadi Bani Khalid stands in sharp contrast to this. It is made up of tiny, picturesque settlements nestled in the mountains. The Wadi's water is crystal pure and deep blue. It is recommended that you dress in lightweight, comfortable clothing and walking shoes. Proceed to Al Jebel Al Akhdar, which is renowned for its fruit orchards that are often terraced along mountain slopes that are equipped with natural springs and aflaj. Saiq, Wadi Bani Habib (the town of ancient buildings), a visit to the village rooster, and Al Ain dot the landscape. The towns are set against a backdrop of stunning hills, gorges, and wadis. When the roses of Jabal Al Akhdar are in full bloom (March / April), they fill the air with scent. Rose water is distilled in the residents' houses. (It is recommended that you dress in light, comfortable clothing and walking shoes.) In the evening, stay at the Sama Jabal Akhdar Hotel. (B)


Proceed to Nizwa, the interior's capital, which is the home of Islam in the Sultanate of Oman. Nizwa is famed for its 17th-century Round Tower Fort (photo stop) and its Souq, which is famous for its Friday livestock auction, beautifully hand-carved "Khanjars" (daggers), and ornate silver jewellery. Arrange for a drop-off at Muscat International Airport. (B)

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