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Wadi Shab is a very popular popular outdoor attraction in Oman for both locals and expats, and people go there for nature, to swim in the fresh water pools or just to have a barbecue. The main attraction of the wadi is the waterfall in the cave, which you can reach after a roughly 40 mins hike and swimming in 2-3 pools. People love going to this wadi as it is not very far from Muscat, it is easily accessible even with a saloon car and because the pools are always full of clear blue water! The wadi is definitely very popular and it gets very busy during public holidays with many families having a picnic at the entrance of the wadi.*Pick up and drop-off from any place in Muscat*Travel comfortably in a new private vehicle with Wi-FI*Hike in the company of a professional tour guide and swimming in a cave*Lunch and water included
A sightseeing tour around Muscat, the capital of Oman, is a great chance to soak up the Arabic atmosphere and explore the city where the ancient architecture and monuments are combined with the modern life.*Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque*Royal Opera House *Muttrah Souq *Mutrah Fort. *Al Alam Palace
Spend a day exploring Oman’s natural wonders on this full-day excursion.Visit Jebal Shams, which means “Sun Mountain,” since it is the highest mountain in Oman. See Wadi Nakhr, Oman’s Grand Canyon, and take a short hike or mountain bike ride inside its walls. You’ll also have the opportunity to visit local villages and shop for souvenirs along the way.
Soak in Oman’s untouched beauty on a full-day trip by 4x4 from Muscat. Cruise by mountains, beaches, and bays, and stop to see and swim at Bimah Sinkhole, a natural underground pool. Walk along the palm-filled ravine of Wadi Shab, choose to bathe in its pools, and visit beachside villages such as Tiwi, Finns, and more. A delicious picnic lunch, transport, and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Combine visits to Jebel Shams and Nizwa during this full-day tour from Muscat. In a rugged 4x4 vehicle, get spectacular views of Oman's Grand Canyon and dig in to a traditional lunch in the mountain village of Misfah. Entrance fees, lunch, and round-trip transportation from Muscat accommodations are included.
North Oman boasts a string of mud-brick late-medieval forts, but visiting them independently means renting a 4x4 or negotiating with cabs. This full-day tour from Muscat eliminates the fuss: with trips to Nizwa and Jabreen Forts—two of Oman’s best-preserved. Explore Nizwa Souk and admire its fort exterior before roaming 17th-century Jabreen, replete with Moorish arches and turrets. Return transport, Jabreen admission, and lunch in Bahla is included.
Get your bearings in Muscat and check out its highlights on this 4-hour city tour. Explore the best of this charming city, one of Arabia’s prettiest capitals, and soak in its setting wedged between the Al Hajar Mountains and Gulf of Oman. Visit Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, shop at Muttrah Souk, explore the Bait Al Zubair Museum, see the Sultan’s Palace, and more. Hotel pickup and drop-off, and entrance fees included.
See the highlights of Muscat in the company of a guide on this half-day tour. Depart from your hotel in a private vehicle and head out into the city. Stop by the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, the Opera House in the Al Qurm neighborhood, Mutrah Market, Al Alam Palace, and more. As you explore, learn about the city from your guide.
Visit the Wahiba Sands and gorgeous Wadi Bani Khalid on a private day trip from Muscat. Board a 4x4 with a professional driver-guide, and pass the Hajar Mountains and plantations of Fanjah on route to Bani Khalid. Admire the paradise-like ‘wadi’ (river canyon), with its jewel-blue pools, boulders and palms; and savor a picnic lunch and swim. Next, head into the rolling dunes of the Wahiba Sands. Enjoy a sunset dune bash, visit a Bedouin camp and ride a camel (additional cost) in this epic setting before your return trip.
Combine two stops in one tour on this full-day excursion. First, take a morning drive through the Hajar Mountains to Nizwa. Visit Nizwa Fort, a 17th-century caste with a huge, cylindrical tower which was once used to help defend the city. Then travel to Jabal Shams (“Sun Mountain”) where you can see the country’s highest mountain loom over Wadi Ghul, Oman’s version of the Grand Canyon.
Exploring Oman’s rugged natural sights takes expert navigation—and a sturdy vehicle. During this hassle-free private tour, you’ll enjoy comfortable pickup from Muscat. Settle back and relax as you make your way to Oman’s own Grand Canyon: Jebel Shams, the country’s highest peak. Stop at other interesting sights along the way, from Persian ruins and Oman’s ancient capital to a talented local textile weaver, with the option to shop.
With its colorful sea turtle population, Oman is one of the world’s best locations for snorkeling, but underwater excursions require costly gear. During this fun-filled day out on the ocean, you’ll plunge into Oman’s sparkling bay of Bandar Khiran—with all equipment provided. Enjoy time for dolphin-watching as you cruise the waters. The boat captain will be on-hand to point out different species, like the acrobatic bottlenose.
Enjoy a sunset cruise aboard a traditional Arabian trading vessel called a ‘dhow.’ Enjoy sea breezes while you sail past Oman’s rugged coastline sprinkled with medieval forts and fishing villages. Marvel at postcard-worthy sights you pass including Al Bustan Palace, Muttrah’s Corniche and Al Alam Palace — the Sultan of Oman’s residence nestled in the Muscat harbor. Sip bottled water and soda as you capture the vivid sunset during your time on the water, plus hotel pickup and drop-off from Muscat.
DESCRIPTION An excursion to the most characteristic and traditional corners of Muscat, from souks to museums, to discover the true heart of the city. WHAT WE WILL SEE • The Grand Mosque (open from 8 am to 11 Pm-we will visit from 8:30 am to 10:30 am) • Packed lunch on the beach (from 12 pm to 01 pm) • Royal Opera House Photo Stop (Photo stop from 2 pm to 2:30 pm) • The Muttrah suk (from 4 pm to 10 pm-we will be visit from 4 pm to 5 pm) • Al-Alam Palace (Photo stop at 5 pm) • Exterior of the fort of Al-Jalali
Seeing Oman outside Muscat is difficult without a hire car due to limited public transport. This full-day private tour lets you sample its mountain scenery, villages, and perfume heritage with ease, and come away with a balanced take on traditional Oman. Tour the Amouage factory where perfumes using frankincense are made, and discover the old town of Fanja and Wadi Al Tayyin gorge, all with a guide for background insight.
Pick up : From Any place in MuscatDuration : 4 HrMuscat What To Do ...!!!!! .Visit Oman , start your tour with Grand mosque of Oman, the Mosque of His Majesty Sultan QaboosBin Said one of the land marks of oman Last Minute (open daily between 0800-1100 Hrs, except Fridays/holidays) Dress code : Women should wear attire covering their arms and legs and should cover their head with scarf. Men should wear normal shirt and trousers), Next Visit will be Mutrah, Visit Fish and vegetable Souqs and Oman's largest Traditional Souq. Continue to visit old Muscatand see the Sultan's Al Alam Palace. You will see at the entrance of Muscat bey the twin Forts of Jalali and Mirani,the most famous among Muscat tours . Visit Bait Al Zubair Museum for a fine display of Omani culture and history.To do in Muscat End of Tour.
Discover the Oman of old with its pretty forts and oasis villages on this full-day trip to Nizwa Fort from Muscat. With an informative guide, depart Muscat by air-conditioned coach or minivan, tracing the jagged Hajar Mountains to visit picture-postcard, 17th-century Nizwa Fort. Take a guided tour of the battlements and turrets, and browse for silver jewelry and handicrafts at Nizwa souk. Then, pass through palm-ringed oases towns such as Bahla to visit Jabreen Fort, one of Oman’s most enchanting castles and famous for its murals and wood carvings.
Visit three of rural Oman’s historical must-sees on this private day trip from Muscat, all without having to worry about self-drive or finding your own way. Travel in air-conditioned comfort and check off 17th-century Nizwa Fort, exploring its tower and ramparts with a guide to help uncover its history. Then, visit Nizwa souk, the pottery town of Bahla, and Jabreen Fort— another of Oman’s mud-brick castles—before returning to Muscat.
Get to know beautiful Muscat, capital of Oman, on this 4-hour city tour, with an expert guide. Driving between the sights by air-conditioned vehicle, hear interesting commentary on Muscat’s maritime trading past, and admire the elegant, flower-lined embassy quarter and old Muttrah, with its balconied merchants’ houses framing picturesque Corniche. On route, visit the stunning Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, see the Al Alam Palace and Al Jahali and Al-Mirani forts, and explore the main souk and Bait Al Zubair Museum, with its displays on Oman’s fascinating history and heritage.
Public transport options are limited in Muscat, making getting around the sights difficult independently. This private half-day tour whisks you around the must-sees in comfort, with a guide to shed light on their history and significance. Visit the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, chart Oman’s past at the Bait Al Zubair Museum, and discover souks and more in one hassle-free trip. Port, airport, and hotel pickup and drop-off provide maximum flexibility.
Oman’s name is closely associated with desert. The desert in Oman is an extension of the Bedouin lifestyle with its ancient associations of traditional culture and authentic original customs.The Omani desert is characterided by the diversity of its plants and animals. And wadis (valleys) form a unique environmental system characterised by variety, diversity, and a wealth of natural attractions.
The vibrant capital of Muscat is packed with standout sights, but knowing where to go—and how to get there—takes local knowledge. During this insider’s guide to the city’s main attractions, you’ll head to the Grand Mosque of Oman, Portuguese forts, and traditional marketplaces. The tour also includes admission tickets to the Bait Al Zubair Museum, where you’ll get key context on Omani history and culture with impressive displays.