As you drive from Muscat the first stop on the way is Quriyat. This small fishing town is 83km southeast of Muscat and has many historical landmarks with the first being Quriyat Fort. The fort was built for defense as well as residential purposes. The fort was modified in 1987 to become a museum to contain the states historical pottery and weaponry. Another historical landmark is Sheikh Malik’s Mosque which can be seen from a distance.
Wadi Al Arbaeen: Wadi Al Arbaeen is located in the Al Sharqiyah region in Oman, you can combine your visit to this wadi with an overnight camp on the Sharqiyah beach, and a visit to the popular Wadi Shab, Fins Beach and Bimmah Sink Hole, or you can go there for a day trip as the drive from Muscat is just over an hour
Beache Tiwi : One of the blue flag beach in Nice. A beach full of different shapes and colors of pebbles. All you can see on the shore is pebbles and pebbles which are amazing to look at. The sea looks fantastic too as the colors are vibrant and water is crystal clear.
Bibi Mariam’s Tomp in Qalhat : Ayaz a mamluk slave of the king of Hormuz was entrusted to be the governor of Qalhat. Upon his return to Persia, he installed his wife, Bibi Maryam, as the governor of the city. He eventually retired in Qalhat in 1312 CE and died three years later The widow Bibi Maryam played an influential role in the affairs of the city until her own death (date unknown)
Raʾs al-Jinz: Raʾs al-Jinz located in Ash-Sharqiyyah South Governorate, Oman, is the easternmost point of the Arabian Peninsula. It is a nesting site for green turtles, as also is the beach at the local village of Ras al Hadd. It is home to a well-known turtle reserve. Important archaeological discoveries have also been made at this site, demonstrating connections to the Indus Valley in ancient times.
Overnight at Ras Al Jinz camp / Hotel
The next day after breakfast drive in the direction of Wadi Bani Khalid
Wilāyat Wādī Banī Khālid: Wilāyat Wādī Banī Khālid is a Wilāyah (Province) in the Northern Governorate of the Eastern Region of Oman. Located about 126 mi (203 km) from Muscat, and 120 km (75 mi) from Sur, the province has a wadi that serves as a destination for tourists, that is Wādī Banī Khālid Wadi
Bani Khalid is one of the best-known wadis in the Sultanate of Oman. Its stream maintains a constant flow of water throughout the year. Large pools of water and boulders are scattered along the course of the wadi. As a geographical area, the wadi covers a large swathe of lowland and the Hajar Mountains.
Then we head toward Wahiba Sands some thrilling Dune Driving as visit to traditional Omani Beduin family before returning to Muscat
The Wahiba Sands : in the heart of eastern Oman, the Wahiba Sands is an ocean of regular dunes that seem to stretch out endlessly. Pale gold at noon, the towering piles of sand shift between rich yellow and coppery orange when the sun is at lower angles.
Traditional omani bedouin family: the people of the desert regions live in stone-built houses and no longer in tents. They rarely travel across the country on their camels as they much more enjoy the freedom that cars and other motorized vehicles offer.
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.
1. Pick up and Drop off as per itinerary
2. Services of an experienced English/Arabic speaking chauffeur
3. Entry tickets as per itinerary
4. Water during the excursion
1. Any personal shopping
3. Additional areas you may wish to visit
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