Fall in love with Oman’s colorful culture by browsing through the various collections of Omani artifacts at Bait Al Zubair Museum during the Oman Tour. Visit the three buildings of the Museum that include Bayt-Al-Bagh House, Bait Dallaleel, and Bait-Al-Oud Building that feature different collections.Examine the exhibits at Bait Al Zubair Museum
Marvel at the wonders of Islamic architecture while visiting the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque during the Oman Tour. Admire the breathtaking beauty of the Prayer Hall and take time to look into the intricate design of the hand-loomed Iranian carpet. Cover your head with a scarf and wear an Abaya before entering the Prayer Hall of the Mosque.Admire the grandeur of Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque
Roam in the shaded passageways, open terraces, flower gardens, and rural mud houses at Misfat Al Abryeen Village. The village is on the mountainous side of the Al Hamra region. Spend a few hours at the warm and comfy mud houses with the hospitable hosts who will offer delicious Omani food and drinks to you.Explore the beautiful village, Misfat Al Abryeen
Have fun at Muscat on the Oman Tour. Visit the architectural masterpiece, The Royal Opera House, and then proceed to admire another beautiful piece of architecture that is the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque. Dig into sumptuous Omani lunch at Orient Restaurant and Cafe and visit the National Museum too. Stop to admire the rich play of designs and colors at Al Alam Palace and check out The Wave that is the home of vibrant shops, a marina of 400 berths, inland waterways, and vast spaces of greenery.
Indulge in a spot of exotic shopping at Nizwa Grand Mall at Nizwa on the Oman Tour. Take a tour of the remarkable 17th-century Nizwa Fort and then go on to explore the historic, ancient, and fascinating Nizwa Ruins between the cities Nizwa and Bahla. Embark on an exciting camel-riding trip across the vast deserts of Nizwa and take photographs of the Birkat Al Mouz Ruins. Relish the juicy and luscious kebabs and other Middle-Eastern delicacies at Al Masharef Turkish restaurant before calling it a day.
Marvel at the ocean of dunes at the desert of the Wahiba Sands on the Oman Tour. The towering dunes change color from rich yellow ochre at noon to coppery orange in the light of the late evening Sun. Enjoy wild night camping at the Wahiba Sands to catch a glimpse of the picturesque sunrise and sunset at the dunes. If you are not used to roughing it, then go camping at the glamping sites that offer luxurious camps, food, clean toilets, water, shower, and other such facilities.
Explore the architectural and natural wonders of Musandam on the Oman Tour. Take a sailing trip in the turquoise waters at Fjords of Musandam and admire the several exhibitions of history and art in the 17th century, Khasab Castle. Enjoy sunbathing at the Golden Beach of Khasab and check out the cute dolphins that swim in the Musandam Waters. Go hiking and camping Jebel Harim, the mountain of the women, and have a thrilling adventure of paragliding over Zighy Bay.
Ras Al Jinz
Enjoy the different attractions of Ras al Jinz on the Oman Tour. Attend the interactive events, relics, and exhibitions at Ras Al Jinz Museum and check out the sea turtles that approach the Ras Al Jinz Beach. Visit the Ras Al Jinz Reserve to learn more about conservation and breeding programs of turtles and explore the tranquil fishing village, Ras Al Jinz, located at Ras Al Hadd. Enjoy eco-tourism too at Ras Al Hinz and check out the endangered Chelonia mydas turtles also.
Relax at the sun-kissed sands of Al Mughsail Beach in Salalah on the Oman Tour. Marvel at the architectural wonder, the Sultan Qaboos Mosque, and examine the Omani tribal artifacts at Taqah Castle. Have fun at the Al Marneef Blowholes and sprawling beaches at Al Marneef Cave and enjoy a fascinating boat trip on the Sea Of Oman in a local wooden Omani boat. Take photos of the ruins at Al Balid Archaeological Sites and take part in the splendor of the Salalah Festival that occurs between July and September.
Go on the Oman Tour during the winter season between October and March and during the shoulder season between April and May.