Niswa: Nizwa is an ancient city in the Ad Dakhiliyah region of northern Oman. It sits on a plain characterized by seasonal rivers and palm plantations. It’s known for Nizwa Fort, a castle with a huge cylindrical tower built in the 17th century to defend the city’s position on a major trade route. The adjoining marketplace, Nizwa Souk, is lined with handicraft stalls and silversmiths working in small shops.
Visit Nizwa one of the oldest cities of the Sultanate of Oman to get a natural view of the magnificent round tower fort known for its architectural marvel followed by a visit to Nizwa Souk.
Nizwa Souk is famous for antiques, and traditional silver jewelry.
Bahla: Bahla is a town, located 40 km away from Nizwa, and about 200 km from Oman’s capital Muscat which lies in the Ad Dakhiliyah Governorate of Oman. It is notable as the home of one of the oldest fortresses in the country, the 13th-century Bahla Fort which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The fortress and the town are enclosed by extensive remnants of a 12-km long fortified wall. Most buildings are constructed of traditional mud brick, and many of them are hundreds of years old.
Traditional pot-making: Bahla is a fortified oasis town in Northern Oman, best known for its immense 14th-century fortress and for a unique style of pottery.
Proceed to Bahla to view the art of traditional pot-making.
Bahla is a good source of high-quality clay, and there are many skilled potters and artisans in the area who make use of this clay to make the most beautiful pieces of local pottery.
Then proceed to Jabrin Castle, a beautiful port of Oman, famous for unique paintings and Ancient utensilsits
Jabrin: Jabrin, also known as Jabreen, is a small town in Ad Dakhiliyah Governorate in northeastern Oman near Nizwa and the Jabal Akhdar Mountains.
The town is known for its impressive castle, The castle can be visited independently with an audio guide that is provided at the entrance and which lasts about 25 minute
Timing: It is best to start early in the day.
Days: 7 Days a Week
Special Note– It is advisable to wear light comfortable clothing and walking shoes.
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