A menos que você seja um experiente 4x4 fora de estrada familiarizado com Omã, explorar o terreno frequentemente desafiador de seu interior de forma independente não é recomendado. Esta excursão privada de dois dias com um guia de motorista permite que você experimente seus desfiladeiros, desertos e montanhas para conhecer suas paisagens e sua cultura. Dune-bash e acampe no Wahiba Sands, explore Nizwa e wadis com piscinas, nade nas praias e muito mais; tudo com um guia de motorista para visão e navegação.
Excursão privada de 2 dias em Nizwa, Wahiba Sands e Wadi Shab saindo de Muscat
Dune-bash e acampamento durante a noite em Wahiba Sands: difícil de fazer de forma independente
Explore os wadis, visite Nizwa e visite a Fins Beach, tudo com um guia para uma visão
Inclui o acampamento Wahiba durante a noite, taxas de entrada e retorno do transporte 4x4 privado
My friend and I booked the 2 day tour of Nizwa, Wahiba Sands and Wadi Shab as part of our time in Oman. We had an unbelievable experience. Our guide met us at the hotel on time, was personable and willing to answer all of our questions. When we asked to stop to see an abandon village he said no problem at all. Our accommodations in Wahiba Sands far exceeded our expectations. We had our own private room that was a free standing room/bathroom with air conditioning - not attached to any other rooms. They had a communal sitting area with tea and snacks available. Our buffet dinner included live music. The sand dunes were beautiful. The hotel offered activities such as camel rides at an additional cost. We were able to get to Wadi Badi Khalid before any of the crowds and enjoy swimming in the Wadi by ourselves. We were able to hike through Wadi Shab and see the sink hole before making our way back to Muscat. We had a great experience and only wished we had more time to have added Jebel Shams to our tour! As a critique- we were not informed of where our hotel in Wahiba Sands was before departure. It would have been nice to know a head of time. Also the hike for Wadi Shab is more treacherous than advertised. I would make sure people are prepared with good walking shoes if they plan to participate.