Oman, in West Asia, is a fast-growing tourism destination with Muscat as its capital by the Gulf of Oman. Salalah, the capital of Dhofar province, features banana plantations, Arabian Sea beaches, and a unique monsoon, the Khareef, transforming the desert into a lush landscape.
Currency : Omani Rial is the currency of Oman, (OMR)
Arrive at Muscat international Airport. Meet & greet by a representative. Transfer to the hotel in Muscat. Check in at the hotel. Overnight at the hotel in Muscat.
Start your day with breakfast at the hotel. Visit the Royal Opera House, the Grand Mosque, and Natural History Museums. Drive to Al Alam Palace, Portuguese Forts, Corniche waterfront, and Muttrah Souq. Overnight at the hotel.
Start the day with breakfast, then enjoy a desert drive with stunning dunes. Experience a magical sunset on a lonely dune. Visit the ever-green Wadi Bani Khalid with a continuous water current. Return to Muscat for an overnight stay.
Enjoy a 2-hour coastal cruise with a high chance of spotting dolphins. Witness these enchanting creatures in their natural habitat. Overnight in Muscat.
Enjoy breakfast, visit the Dhofar Region Museum, explore Al Baleed, and the Frankincense Souk. Discover Dhofari treasures. Overnight in Salalah.
Enjoy the breakfast. In the morning discover Eastern Dhofar – The Frankincense Trail. We stop at Ayn Razat, located at the foot of the Qara Mountains, with its natural springs, rich plants and flowers. Continue up the mountains, home of the Jebalis and their large herds of camels and cattle. In Sumhuram archaeological excavation site we inspect the ruins of this old frankincense port city and its store rooms. Continue along the coast and stop at Bin Ali Mosque and the grave of one holy man buried here in the 14th Century. Proceed to Mirbat, the former trading place for horses, and stroll around the old part of the town to admire the beautiful architecture and the old Dhofari houses. While returning to Salalah we stop at Taqa’s wonderful white sandy beach.In the afternoon explore Western Dhofar – Wonders of NatureDrive across the impressive Qara Mountains and head south where the mountains turn lush green to reach Hiob’s Tomb, visited by Islamic pilgrims. We stop at frankincense trees and a bird sanctuary before reaching Mughsayl Beach, well-known for its blow holes, a natural wonder where the sea bursts up dramatically in regular intervals during high tide. Return to Salalah town and enjoy dinner in a typical local restaurant. Overnight in Salalah.
Enjoy the breakfast at the hotel. Later transfer to the airport for your flight back home.
The Maldives is hot and sunny all year round, with average temperatures of 23ºC-31ºC. The best weather and the best time to visit the Maldives are between November and April. The high season falls between December and March. The monsoon runs from May to October, peaking around June.