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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
Oman’s most scenic spots are out of reach of most travelers, unless you have your own transportation. During this in-depth, multi-day tour, you’ll cover the top sights in the desert, from towering dunes to picturesque wadis, or valleys. Travel between locations in a sturdy, comfortable vehicle, guaranteeing access to off-road attractions. Enjoy a night under the stars around a desert campfire and swim in a real-life oasis.
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.
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.
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
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 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.
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.
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.
“I felt like an outsider, up until that night. A night I will forever cherish…” - Zayr Experiencer. What does it take to experience the true culture of a country? to be surrounded by the intriguing traditional designs, smells of local food, laughter at weird jokes from another custom. Never have authentic local experiences been so real! Become a “Zayr” (a visitor) and access the rich Omani culture, humbling hospitality, and the most deliciously home-made food! Engage in wonderful conversations with your host and Indulge in the rich Omani traditions and customs. We at Zayr, provide these experiences using an ancient old technique; inviting guests over to share a meal with a local Omani host at his home. The meal consists of a starter, main course and dessert fully prepared and cooked by the host. Each hosting family has its unique experience, story, and culture! They have big hearts, that is why they have opened their homes to visitors.MEET.EAT.CONNECT.
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.
The Dimaniyat Island is consider one of the most beautiful nature reserve in Oman that is located 70 KM west of Muscat (the capital) , it is considered from the Jewels of OmanYou will be transferred from your location inside Muscat to the Marina ( Pick up from Any place or hotel in Muscat before Al Sieb Area )Enjoy snorkeling in the island where we will take you to two different spots, where you can see turtles.If you are lucky you may see more as sharks, nemos , eels , corals, dolphins and different kind of colored fish .Also you will be able to enjoy the beauty of Muscat through the coastline view .
Indulge in a little Omani luxury with a boat cruise down Muscat’s coastlines. You’ll ride aboard a traditional sailing vessel, known as a dhow. Fresh dates and kahwa tea guarantee an atmospheric setting as you glide past the city’s luxury waterfront, getting a peek at the Sultan’s former palace and a fleet of high-end hotels. Round-trip hotel transfer is included, so you can relax and enjoy the ride.
Enjoy this popular how Cruise starting from Muscat port, we take you by coach to meet your cruise where you can love a two hour scenic and stylish way to see all Muscat has to offer. Dhow pass through al Bustan Hotel, Portuguese forts Minali & Jalali & you will have a beautiful view of his majesty Palace (Al Alam Palace).
Sidab Coastal Trek is a trek off the mountains from the fishing village of Sidab (سداب), adjacent to Old Muscat. The trek takes you through the mountains and rugged coastline of the village, passing through a number of absolutely gorgeous beachheads and hills with stunning views throughout, including distant views of the Al Bustan Palace Hotel, and outlines of Muscat Bay at Qantab if you squint enough :D. The trek isn’t straightforward and easy to navigate, with loose rocks and steep slopes increasing risk of falling down cliffs, and you need to take tide timings into account otherwise you risk being cut off (more on that below), but it is one that I really enjoyed and combines the best of Muscat’s stunning coastline, beaches and mountains! It is especially remarkable for how remote it feels while being almost adjacent to the Al Alam Palace .
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.
While in port in Muscat, take in the signature sights of Oman’s delightful capital on this 4-hour private shore excursion. Traveling in your own private, air-conditioned minibus with a private guide, visit top Muscat attractions including the splendid Sultan Qaboos Mosque; the bustling fish market and colorful Muttrah souk, where the stall hawk spices, silver and traditional handicrafts. Stroll along Muttrah Corniche past old-time merchants’ houses; see the Portuguese forts at old Muscat harbor; and visit the Bait Al Zubair Museum to chart’s Oman’s rich heritage and history.
Oman’s interior offers dunes, ‘wadi’ gorges, and mountains, all easiest to explore by chauffeured tour due to their challenging terrain. This 4-day private tour from Muscat delivers: with private transport and a driver-guide to negotiate the sands, tracks, and steep roads. Visit Nizwa and Sur, watch for sea turtles, explore 'wadis,' and bash the dunes and stay overnight in the Wahiba Sands, all without self-driving or having to arrange accommodation.
Experience one of Oman’s most scenic ‘wadis’—dry river gorges—without driving off-road yourself on this private 4x4 coastal adventure from Muscat. Trace the northeast coast to Bimmah Sinkhole and Fins Beach, and delve into Wadi Shab with a driver-guide who’ll manage the unmade trails as you admire the scenery. Then, walk and bathe in the wadi waters, perhaps swimming into a hidden pool with a waterfall, before returning.