Salalalh Land of Frankincense - Half Day Tour

old Haffah Souk old Haffah Souk Museum of the frankincense land UNESCO World Heritage Site taste a fresh coconut water
Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque
Haffah Souk
Taste a Fresh Coconut Water
Museum of the Frankincense
Al Baleed UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Day Tours Includes
Visit the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, (the second largest mosque in the country (from the outside only).
Photo stop at the official palace of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos (Al Husn Palace ', not publicly accessible), take a walk through the still remaining, old Haffah Souk, famous for the sale of high quality frankincense and many other souvenirs like colorful clay incense burners with traditional patterns. Here you get a lot of information on the use of frankincense and its special features.
Museum of the frankincense land, which is located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Al Balid". Al Baleed was an important trading port for frankincense and myrrh between the 7th and 14th centuries.
Drive through lush green plantations of vegetables & fruits. Make stop to taste a fresh coconut water drink at fruit stalls.


Tour Availability
Daily /7 Days


Time from                                            08.30 AM  to  01.00 PM
Cost for the Tour                                 40 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 )


Price include
Hotel pickup and drop-off or any place in Salalalh
Local Omani Guide
Water & Refreshments


Price not include
Museum Charges


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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