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Tour Code BO20

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(Tour Code BO-20)

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Salalah is the capital city of southern Oman’s Dhofar province. It’s known for its banana plantations, Arabian Sea beaches and waters teeming with sea life. The Khareef, an annual monsoon, transforms the desert terrain into a lush, green landscape and creates seasonal waterfalls. The Frankincense Land Museum, part of the Al Balid Archaeological Site, recounts the city’s maritime history and role in the spice trade.

Salalah is worth visiting. It’s a very unique place in the world – not just in Arabia and Middle East. The place has all what you can imagine – desert, beaches, mountains, waterfalls, springs, sinkholes, caves.

Salalah, the best time visit in June, July, August and September which is the peak season and October, November, December, January and February which is the moderate season.

Spots : Mughsail Beach, Wadi Darbat, Sultan Qaboos Mosque, Sumhuram Archaeological Park, Taqah Castle, Marneef Cave, Jebel Samhan, Al Baleed Archaeological Park,Museum of the Land of Frankincense, Tawi Atair Sinkhole Oman, Anti-Gravity Point, Al Husn Souq, Plantations, Tomb of Job, Nabi Imran Tomb, Nabi Hud Tomb, Taqa Salalah, Al Hosn Palace, Enjoy at Hawana Aqua Park

Mughsail Beach : Mugsail is a long stretch of clear blue water with white sand and beautiful cliffs on either side of the water. It’s a magnificent and picturesque landscape! Perfect for a picnic and a quick swim, you can even drive through the beach.

Wadi Darbat : Wadi Darbat is a low lying waterfall. It is in full force during the rainy season in Salalah which is July to Sept. The waterfall existed in November but not as much. There is boating available in the pond where the water falls.

Sultan Qaboos Mosque : Sultan Qaboos Mosque, the largest masjid in Salalah, is located in Salalah City Center area. It’s a huge masjid and a very nice architectural composition. This is not only the largest one in Salalah, but it is also the biggest one outside of Muscat and Nizwa – the other two popular cities in Oman.

Sumhuram Archaeological Park : Sumharam is an old port city is located on the small hill at the bank of creek water, Khor Rori area. This creek is located on the Eastern Side of Salalah City, after Taqa village as well. The ruins dates back from 4th century BC to 4th Century AD, making them one of the oldest settlements in Oman.

Taqah Castle: Situated in a beautiful fishing village of Taqah (in the region of Dhofar), the Castle looks gorgeous with its surrounding pristine white-sand beaches. Being built in the early 19th century, the Castle is well preserved and is now known to be one of the best fort museums in Oman

Marneef Cave : Marneef Cave is a fascinating destination in Salalah, Oman. The cave is a natural wonder that has been created over thousands of years, and it is now a popular tourist spot. One of the significant features of Marneef Cave is its location near the ocean, which provides a stunning view of the sea and the coastline.

Jebel Samhan: Jabal Samhan in Salalah offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience the natural beauty and cultural richness of Oman. With its diverse flora and fauna, traditional Dhofari culture, and numerous hiking trails, the region is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Oman.

Al Baleed Archaeological Park: Al-Baleed Archaeological Park is an archaeological park located in Al Balīd of Salalah, Dhofar, Oman. It is a part of the Land of Frankincense in the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000. The ruins in the park belong to the ancient city of Z̧afār which also covers the adjacent area in Ar Rubāţ. Z̧afār, from which the Dhofar Governorate got its name, acted as an important port for frankincense trade during the medieval times, after the decline of the nearby port in Khor Rori

Museum of the Land of Frankincense: The Museum of the Land of Frankincense is a museum in Salalah, Dhofar Governorate, Oman, based on frankincense, in association with the Al-Baleed Archaeological Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Tawi Atair Sinkhole Oman: Tawi Atair Sinkhole Oman is the most famous sinkhole in the Dhofar (Dofar) governorate. Tawi Atayr is one of the deepest natural sinkholes in the world, 100 metres wide and 211 metres deep.

Anti-Gravity Point : Located on the route between Mirbat and Salalah, is a desolate stretch of road which defies gravity as a car put in Neutral gear will start moving uphill at a speed of up to 35 km/hr. This bizarre experience has a lot of scientific explanations for this; most common being that this is an anti-gravity hill.

Al Husn Souq: Al Husn Souq is characterized by its location in the middle of Salalah’s old neighborhoods in Dhofar Governorate. This souq retains a traditional style with its handicrafts, conventional in their design, shape and function, such as braziers and other traditional handicrafts. Al Husn Souq retains its ancient architectural personality, having preserved the original features of its surroundings, apparent in every corner

Plantations: Salalah is famous for its plantations of coconuts, papayas and bittersweet, small bananas. Stroll through the plantation roads near the corniche (2km from the town centre), and it’s hard to remember Salalah is Oman’s second city.

Tomb of Job: At the tomb, lies the remains of Nabi Ayoub (PBUH) or Prophet Job as mentioned in the Bible. Holding a significant landmark from the bible, this tomb is located 25 kms from Salalah on a hill called the Jabal Al Qar and the tomb compound also houses a mosque.

Nabi Imran Tomb: Nabi Imran Tomb holds the record for the longest grave in the world. It is the resting place of yet another important Islamic prophet known as Prophet Imran (PBUH). The grave is forty-one feet long and continues to intrigue followers and visitors with its mysterious length. The grave is nestled in the hills of Dhofar.

Nabi Hud Tomb: The mausoleum is 3 metres long and 1.5 metres high. The prophet is cited nearly seven times in the Holy book of Quran. Situated in an almost bizarre location in Gogub Salalah

Al Hosn Palace: Located at the centre of Salalah, the Al Hosn Palace is a beautiful palace flaunting typical Omani architecture, reminiscent of the Arabian tales.

Enjoy at Hawana Aqua Park: Oman’s first water theme park has been hugely popular since it opened. With water slides, a wave pool, a family pool and a toddlers’ aqua play area, there is plenty to do, as well as a pool-front seating area


The best time visit in June, July, August and September which is the peak season and October, November, December, January and February which is the moderate season.
(refer Oman Climate Guide).


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1. Services of an experienced English/Arabic-speaking

2. Pick up and Drop off as per itinerary

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2 .Any personal shopping

3. Additional areas you may wish to visit

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2. International Tourist


1. Stay in 3/4/5 star hotels

2.Daily Breakfast

3. Daily Tours

4. Free Airport pick and drop

5. English-speaking guide

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2. Travel insurance

3. All others not mentioned under “INCLUDES”

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