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Discover the history and culture of Muscat, Oman during this private sightseeing tour. See the Grand Mosque, to admire the second-largest handmade carpet in the world, the Opera House, Mutrah Souk, Al-Alam Palace, the home of the royal family, and the Bait Al Zubari Museum, for a deep dive into Omani culture. All entrance fees are included as well as a private driver-guide and vehicle.
Visiting the top high light Sightseeing in Muscat Grand Mosque Al Qurum Beach Fish Market Mutrah Market Al Zubair MuseumAl Alam Palce • Private Half day Muscat city tour • Learn more about the culture and the history of Oman • Pick up and Drop off Hotels, Port (For shore excursions passengers), Airport, Residence • All fees and taxes Included
This half-day tour in the city starts in the morning taking you to the enlightening Sultan Qaboos Grande Mosque, experience Oman through time at the Bait AL Zubair, a trip to the Traditional Markets (Souks) at the Muttrah known for its Gold, Silver and Wooden Adornments and finally a walk around the Old Town of Muscat including a visit to the Al Alam Palace and16th Century Forts, Jalali and Mirani. Photo stop at the Royal Opera House if time allows.
Explore the beautiful desert city of Abu Dhabi and see all it has to offer on this full-day tour. Visit the world-famous Sheikh Zayed Mosque, learn about Abu Dhabi’s past at the Heritage Village, immerse yourself in the arts at the Louvre Museum, and much more. This tour features arts, culture, heritage, and beauty all on in place to give visitors a different view of Abu Dhabi.
Just outside the fashionable capital of Oman, a desert safari awaits. Tackle the ruggedest terrain in a sturdy 4x4 as you cruise between sights with a local guide, getting access to hidden corners of the stunning landscape. Get a first-hand look at the fabled white dunes of the Wahiba Sands, home to Bedouin tribes. Then hop into the Wadi Bani Khaled, a watery desert oasis, for a refreshing dip.
-this Tour is a very unique one as you are going to drive to the highest Peak in Oman ,Jabal Shams Mountain 3000 m high,and enjoy the view to the grand canyon of Oman.-the city of Nizwa is the religious Capital of Oman with its traditional Souq and gigantic Fort considered to be the one of the highlights of your visit to Oman.-another attractive in this program are the Wadis , where you can enjoy the nature in Oman and swim in the natural pools there.. there are two of the most beautiful wadis in Oman included in this program, Wadi bani Khalid and Wadi Shab.
A DIY trip to Oman’s Green Mountain (Jabal Akhdar) from Muscat means hiring a car and braving mountain roads. With a personal driver-guide, this private tour lets you simply admire and learn about this mountain plateau and its gorges and valleys. Visit the top to see canyons, fruit orchards, rose plantations, and hill villages; and finish at Nizwa’s fort and souk. Lunch and transport from Muscat hotels and port included.
Many of Oman’s ‘wadis’ (river gorges) lie near Muscat, but are hard to reach without a rental 4x4 and careful planning. This private full-day tour delivers: taking you to several wadis to enjoy their scenery and pools while ensuring you don’t get lost. See Wadi Dayqah Dam or Wadi Al Arbiyeen, and walk and swim at Wadi Shab and Tiwi all as your guide sheds light on rural Omani life.
Visiting Oman’s highest mountain, Jebel Shams, from Muscat involves a steep journey not ideal for inexperienced off-road drivers. With this private tour, a driver-guide masters the mountain trails, so you can focus on the scenery and views from the summit over what’s known as Arabia’s ‘Grand Canyon.’ Plus, with a driver to efficiently manage the terrain, there’s time to visit Nizwa and remote villages on route.
Experience the highlights of Muscat on a half-day private tour. With a local guide, visit important sites and landmarks such as Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, the Amouage perfume factory, Muttrah (the city’s old commercial center), Al Alam Palace, Fort Al-Mirani, and more. You will also enjoy views of the Shangri-La fjords and the mountains near Jebel Sifah along the way.
Nakhl Fort is one of north Oman’s most impressive, but difficult to reach alone without car hire or haggling with cabs, especially if time is short. Avoid all the effort with a half-day tour to Nakhl from Muscat. Admire the mountain scenery and listen to audio commentary en route, and on arrival, explore the fort’s interior and visit the nearby Al Thowarah hot springs; all in a hassle-free afternoon.
Without a hire car, visiting the historical forts of Oman’s interior is near-impossible in a day. This private full-day excursion from Muscat makes it easy: whisking you along mountain-framed roads to admire Nizwa, Jabreen, and Bahla Fort without you needing to rent a vehicle or find the way alone. Plus, you get a guide to bring the forts alive and return transport from Muscat hotels or port for extra convenience.
Two of Oman’s best-preserved forts—Nizwa and Jabreen—are within day-trip distance of Muscat, but difficult to visit alone without a hire car. Make the most of these historical treasures with this private full-day excursion from Oman's capital. Trace the Hajar Mountains by 4x4 to Nizwa, visit its fort and souk, and then explore Jabreen and the pottery town of Bahla with a guide on hand to share their history.
With some Omani snacks and refreshments this amazing combination trip will head first to the Royal Opera House of Muscat, then Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, The Fish Market (Mutrah) OR Mutrah Traditional Souk , and then to Al Alam Palace. At the end of this trip you will be familiar enough with Omani culture, some of Omani history, and you will have a good memory of the how Mutrah Souk is amazing!!
Get an insider’s tour to Muscat’s top cultural sights, with informative commentary from your own private guide. Entrance fees and hotel transfers are included, leaving you free to take in Oman’s main attractions. Go inside the Grand Mosque and get a peek at the world’s largest carpet. Learn about the country’s rich heritage with an in-depth visit to the Bait al Zubair museum, followed by a waterfront drive and savory seafood lunch.
6 days round trip give you opportunity to discover the top high light sightseeing in north part of Oman.Dive deep in sparkling blue clean water pools in wadi bani khalid and wadi shab, spend 1 night in the desert wahiba sands and watch the stunning sunset and enjoy dune bashing with our experience tour guide , Cross Range of Al Hajar mountain, Visit Grand canyon and Green Mountain, visit very old abandoned villages, Visit Nizwa the old Capital of Oman you will have enough time to stroll in Nizwa market and Nizwa fort, watch the turtles in the evening in Ras al Jinz,and many more sightseeing.kindly read the itinerary for more details. • Travel in comfort 4x4 Air-Conditioned vehicle• 3 Dinner and 5 breakfast included • All fees and taxes Included • live the local life • Private Tour• Pick up and Drop off Hotels, Port (For shore excursions passengers), Airport, Residence
Discover the best of Muscat on this guided, 5-hour tour. Visit the most popular locations in this, the capital and largest metropolitan city of Oman. Visit places like the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, Royal Opera House Muscat, Qurum Beach, the Mutrah Fish Market, and much more, including a scenic boat cruise.
Exploring Oman’s interior is difficult without hiring a car. Avoid the hassle and concentrate on the sights on this private Nizwa day trip from Muscat. Enjoy the mountain views from your 4x4 on route to Nizwa, and experience the town's fort, souk, and a 'halwa' (sweet) tasting with a guide providing commentary. Visits to Jabrin Fort, the pottery town of Bahla, plus lunch and convenient hotel drop-off cap your day.
The city of Muscat, at various times in history under the rule of the Persians, Portuguese and Ottomans, became the capital city of Oman in 1793. This rich history today results in a beautiful multi-cultural city, with ancient forts, palaces and souq along Muttrah Corniche existing alongside examples modern Islamic architecture, such as the Royal Opera House and the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque.