Oman, officially the Sultanate of Oman, is a country on the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula in Western Asia. Formerly a maritime empire, Oman is the oldest continuously independent state in the Arab world.
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Discover the South and Wadi Shab from Muscat
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.
Muscat Half Day City Tour
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.
Khasab Musandam Dhow Cruise To Musandam Fjords
Get well off the beaten track—onto an Omani boat. Enjoy a sailing excursion on the waters of Musandam, stopping at secluded fishing villages for a peek at traditional rural life. Boats are decorated in opulent Omani style, with luxurious carpets and cushions. Glide past Oman’s stunning coastal fjords as you keep an eye out for dolphins. You also make two stops for snorkeling and swimming, with all equipment provided.
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