Muscat City Tour & Wadi Al Arbeieen

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Highlights
Muscat City
Wadi Wadi Mayh , to Visit Geosocial Site of Muscat
Visit the Biggest Water Dam in- Oman WADI DAYQAH DAM
Amazing Wadi AL arabiyeen
Qouriyat Town

 

The Day Tour Include
Visit the Grand Mosque
The Muttra Souk A Traditional Omani Market, Offers a Wide Range of Goods Especially Typical Omani Souvenirs Like Frankincense Omani Dagger and Beautiful Silver Handicrafts.
The Old City of Muscat,
The Sultan's Palace which is Surrounded By the Tow Forts of Al JALALI & Al MIRANI Built in the 16 Th Century.
Al BUSTAN Palace which Built in the 15th National Day it Accommodate the Entire World's Leaders & Delegates Who Cams to Oman.
The Tour Continued Driving Through Qantab Road to Wadi Wadi Mayh , to Visit Geosocial Site Choose to Tell About The 250 Million Years the Old of Oman Mountains
Visit the Biggest Water Dam in- Oman WADI DAYQAH DAM
Continue Drive Off Road to Visit the Amazing WADI AL ARABIYEEN
Visit Qouriyat Town

 

Route Map
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Tour Availability
From SAT to THU 
Friday available –without visiting the Grand Mosque

 

Price
Time from                                            08.30 AM  to  0430  PM
Cost for the Tour                                 125 Omani Rial (RO1 = US$2.6) /  private car
Minimum pax                                       1-3
(Extra Person Children from 1 to 12 Free / UP 12 Years 5 Omani Rial )

 

Package include
Hotel pickup and drop-off or any place in Muscat
Local Omani guide
Water & Refreshments

 

Additional info
Comfortable light clothing - walking shoes suitable for most of the year, sweaters or jackets may be needed for the winter months, especially in the evenings. Good quality Sunglasses are advised, Hats and some protection for the head are advisable when in direct sunlight, Oman has conservative dress traditions, Swimwear must be confined to the beach and hotel pools, Men and women should ensure shoulders and knees are covered when in public, especially in souks, shops/malls and villages, head scarf for women in the grand mosque visit

                                                                     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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