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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 .
Driving up Oman’s Jebel Shams mountain to see the country’s Grand Canyon isn’t recommended to anyone but seasoned off-roaders. This private full-day trip takes you there and back, with no driving worries. Marvel at the vast canyon from Jebel Shams’ summit, and visit Nizwa, villages, and ancient ruins with a guide to navigate and provide background you’d otherwise miss. Lunch and return hotel transport are included for ease.
Trace Oman’s northeast coast to Wadi Shab and other beauty spots without having to hire a 4x4 and drive off-road yourself with this Muscat private tour. Relax and enjoy the scenery in a private guide-driven 4x4, stop to visit Fins Beach and the Bimmah Sinkhole, and hike and swim in Wadi Shab—a river gorge laced with palms, waterfalls and natural pools. Lunch and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Talal Tours and Transportation aim to offer the highest quality service and guarantee you the trip of a life time tailored to your special requirements and needs. All our trips are fully guided and promise to ensure you a stress free and relaxed tour of the beautiful scenery of Oman.
This 3 hour tour will take you to the most historical sites of this wonderful city of Oman. Venturing outin the evening is a great way to see the most beautiful and grandest of Mosques & Souqs in all theirglory, plus experience how the city becomes alive after dark.
Located 203 kilometres (126 miles) from Muscat. Take the Bidbid – Sur Road in Al Sharqiyah South Governorate, which forks into a side road leading to wilayat Bani Khalid , then weaves up across the eastern AlHajar Mountains to Bida village deep in the mountains. There you can enjoy the spectacular views of the fertile valley with its spreading trees and abundant water that tumbles down as waterfalls in some areas to form natural pools of water. The road then cuts through the valley to reach Muqal town, well known for its cave. To explore this cave, you’ll have to exercise great caution as you may need to crawl or even scramble in some places. Here the gushing waters creates a loud rushing sound and collects in pools, only to dissipate and gather - once again – in small lakes which the villagers have used to fill three irrigation canals.Highlights:1. Clear blue water pools2. High rise mountains, 3. Village4. Explore Cave5. Natural Fish Foot Massage
You will experience an Fabulous walk tour around Muscat City like No Other before . we will Visit the Grand Mousque ,old Muttrah , Forts , Museum and traditional souq ( Market) while enjoying The Market and the People There who used to live there and different type of activities like watching Forts and castles , handy crafts traditonal shops and History Note : - For Whoever wish for a boat trip in Qantab village please inform me ( 6 to 8 people for 25 rial with snorekling gears ) - for Whoever want private tour or a Group Private Tour , Please Messege me - When visiting the Mosque , Visitors must dress conservatively Men can wear long or short shirts with jeans or shorts that covers the knee area ! women must wear long sleeves and long dress to cover their arms and body parts and scarf to cover their hair as well as shoulders when they visit the mosque.- the OPERA HOUSE fees for adults is 3 OMANI RIAL and children 1 OMANI RIAL-
The tour will start from Mina Qaboos Port then you will go to the Grand Mosque. The Grand Mosque is one of the largest mosques in the world. After this part of the tour you continue to the Muttrah souq which is home to the 18th century merchant's house where you will have the chance to shop. Your next stop will be the Bait AL Zubair museum, which was founded as a house in the 1920s and is the home of Omani culture and heritage. Next on the tour you visit the town of Muscat where you will be lead to the two forts of Mirani and Jalali. The final place you will see is the Al Alam palace before you head back to the port.
Wadi Bani Awf is a wadi (gorge) in the Ad Dakhiliyah Region of Oman. The Al-Aufi tribe is originally from Wadi Bani Awf, In Rustaq. It is a great tourist attraction and is well known for its beautiful scenery.If you love excitement, adventure, and winding mountain roads, you’ll find a challenge in Wadi Bani Awf (Also called the Snake Canyon), Al Batinah South Governorate .To traverse this road, you must have a four-wheel drive, and the driver must be an expert in mountain driving. The road is very steep, and it takes about 3 hours to cross this wadi.You will have to swim sometimes, or jump, but excitement is guaranteed! The road goes along a 5 metre (15 feet) wide path that is more than 100 meters (300 feet) high in places.There are wires connecting both sides of the wadi, which the adventurous use to cross from one side to the other.