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Discover Oman

Discover Oman



This 6-day tour shares an opportunity to engage and be mesmerized by traditional Arabian charms and Bedouin hospitality. Oman unravels at a much slower pace, in contrast to the modern skyscrapers in its neighboring country. It is filled with much history (dating as far back as the third millennium BC), bustling markets and magical sightseeing attractions, all which will simply take your breath away.

Roam around this desert country without the rush with a privately guided tour. Soak up the atmosphere, chat with the locals and really absorb the culture. From its high mountains to its deep valleys, secluded beaches and long pristine coastlines, not forgetting the delicious Omani dates and fragrant famous frankincense, there’s just so much for both residents and visitors to explore in every corner of Oman.

6 Days, 5 Nights: Muscat, Jabel Akhdar, Nizwa, Wadi Abiyad, Musannah


Ponds overflowing with life- swim among rocks and navigate into the nearby caves.

Deserts here are filled with so much life and great photo opportunity at sunset and sunrise.

Two unique features are the second largest in the world; its chandelier, and its prayer carpet.

A staple product for the Omanis- it was more valuable than gold in the past.

The best of castles are here and most of which are restored in keeping up with history.

The culture is simple yet peaceful; strict on tradition and limited to western influences.

Some traditions never change- see what life must have been like in a much older time.

One of the most beautiful and technically advanced opera houses in the world.




    Muscat (MCT) | Muscat City Tour

    Welcome to Oman! Your guide will meet you at Muscat International airport and start your half day Muscat Tour before checking in at the hotel.  You will experience the influence of Persians, Portuguese and Ottomans on Muscat. The 5th largest mosque in the world, Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is replete with huge Swarovski chandeliers and a gigantic one piece carpet covering the whole mens’ prayer hall.
    Pass by the diplomatic quarter and enjoy a guided tour through the beautiful Royal Opera House (inside tour available if there is no rehearsal on stage). Visit the Bait Al Baranda Museum. Let’s drive along the cornice (near the main Mina Al Sultan Qaboos port of Oman) to the oldest and largest market in the country, Muttrah souq (bazaar). This is an opportunity to shop for your Omani souvenirs. Walk through its narrow alleys where the air is filled with the aroma of frankincense and sandalwood. Don’t forget to bargain!
    Next is a photo stop at the Al Alam Palace where the Sultan receives his official guests. The palace is flanked by two Portuguese Forts, Al Jalali (1578) to the right and Al Mirani (1581) to the left. At the museum, you will witness traditional artifacts and traces of the history and pre-history of Muscat.
    Afternoon of leisure, enjoy the hotel for the remainder of the day or explore this bustling capital city on your own.
    Dress code for the mosque: Women require a long sleeve top with a scarf to cover the hair and long trousers or a full length skirt.  For men, long trousers and a top with sleeves.  Sleeveless tops are not acceptable.
    Photographers: In Oman, do not take photos of local Omanese women. If you want to photograph Omanese men, ask for permission first before taking photos of them.

    Muscat - Jebel Akhdar | Amouage Fragrance House, Ruined Desert Village, Green Mountain

    After breakfast and check out.
    Before you leave Muscat, visit the Amouage factory. Founded over a quarter of a century ago, Amouage is a niche luxury fragrance house that draws inspiration from its birthplace of Oman. Discover many different incenses and get to know more about how one of the most expensive perfumes in the world is produced.
    You leave for the Hailer mountains. Stop in Birkat al Mauz (Banana Pool), a deserted ruined village at the foot of the Jebel Akhdar (Green Mountain)Birkat Al Mauz was a village in the kingdom (sultanate), surrounded by lush banana and date plantations, home to a classic example of the ingenious ancient falaj irrigation system which sees waterways channel water through the village. Birkat Al Mauz is also a UNESCO heritage site and is a magical place particularly during sunset.
    You then drive up to around 2,000 meters above sea level. Enjoy the beauty of Jebel Akhdar (Green Mountain), and then check in at your hotel.
    Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast

    Jebel Akhdar | Nizwa, Live Stock Market, Souq (Bazaar), Bahla Fort, Jabreen Castle

    Nizwa is famous for traditional Omani handicraft. The traditional Nizwa souq (bazaar) is divided into different sections for vegetables, dates, leather goods, pottery and woven palm tree leaf baskets. The silversmiths work in their small shops making the famous silver jewelry and hand crafted khanjars (daggers).
    On Friday, farmers bring their cattle, goats and other animals to be auctioned at the weekly livestock market.  Watch the farmers and traders from as far as Salalah (the other end of Oman) barter and trade at one of the finest traditional markets.  Another Instagram worthy moment!
    Proceed to the fort of the old capital and learn more about its interesting history.
    Leave Nizwa and continue to Bahla, a mystic city which is one of the four UNESCO world heritage sites in Oman. At Bahla Fort you can walk around the picturesque old village for wonderful photos.
    The last sight of the day is the most beautiful castle in Oman, Jabreen castle.  Jabreen Castle was built by Imam Sultan bin Saif Al Ya'arubi in 1670 as a defensive stronghold and living accommodations for the Imam. It has two huge towers with walls two meters thick.  Let’s visit the inside of the fort and hear the story of the Sultan and his tragic history.
    Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast

    Jebel Akhdar – Mussanah | Traditional Villages, Snake Gorge, Mountains

    After breakfast and check out. Today you will leave the interior of Oman.
    First stop is Al Hamra. In the middle of this old village is a beautifully renovated museum which gives a glimpse of how Omanis used to live, and some still live like that today.
    Next stop will be a traditional mountain village Misfat al Abryeen which has existed since ancient times. It is not possible to go through the village by car so we take the opportunity to have a nice walk around the area.
    Your journey will lead you to Wadi Bani Awf. where the main attraction are the old houses nestled on the slopes of the mountain. This Wadi is also well known as the snake gorge because of its amazing twists and turns.
    An adventurous drive through the mountains with lots of mesmerizing views and the beautiful village, Bilad Said.  Enjoy walking around their green terraced fields. Today's tour will end at the coastline of the Bathina region.
    Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast

    Mussanah | Wadi Bashing, Nakhal Fort, Hot Springs, Wakan

    Today's unique adventure is in the Bathina region, one of the most interesting and still undiscovered areas of Oman.
    First, you will explore Wadi Abiyad.
    Depending on the water level you will enjoy the excitement of wadi bashing, being driven on a 4-wheel drive vehicle through river bed, water and rocks. Perhaps also enjoy swimming or a walk around that area.
    From there you will continue to one of the oldest settlements in this area, Nakhl with the impressive Nakhal Fort, built on a 60 meter high rock. Your guide will show you around the different areas of the fort and you will have a glimpse of how the Omanis used to live. Drive through the old part of Nakhl, where mud houses are surrounded by gardens and reach Ain Thowarah, the hot springs system of Nahkl.
    In the early afternoon, you will leave the city and proceed to the Hajar mountains. A small village called Wakan, where locals still living the traditional Omani way, invites you to walk through its fruitful gardens and enjoy panoramic views over the mountain area. After the walk you will return to your hotel.
    Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast

    Mussanah - Muscat (MCT)

    The tour comes to an end after breakfast.  Hotel check-out and transfer to the departure airport. Please provide details of your flight home so we can schedule your airport transfer.
    Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast

    Hotel Information

    MuscatCity Seasons★★★★
    Jabel AkhdarJabel Akhdar Hotel★★★★
    MussanahMillennium Resort★★★★
    Hotels mentioned are subject to availability at the time of reservation.

    Dates & Pricing

    Private Tour, Daily Departures except Fridays.
    Tour Date2 Persons *3 Persons **4 Persons*Solo
    2019: Jan 15 - Apr 30 & Sept 15 – Nov 23, Dec 1 - Dec 20$3,550$3,030$2,835$5,180
    2020: Jan 15 - Apr 30 & Sept 15 – Nov 21, Nov 29 - Dec 20$3,730$3,180$2,975$5,440
      Prices are in USD and are inclusive of all applicable taxes but do not include airfare.
    * Price per person, based on double occupancy. 
    ** Price per person, based on triple occupancy.


    ‣ $500

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    We can find the best flights and airfares for your tour. Buying your own air tickets? No problem.


    • ‣ Airport Transfers, Meet and Greet
    • ‣ 4 Star Hotel Accommodations
    • ‣ Daily Breakfast and Selected Meals (See tour plan for details)
    • ‣ English-speaking Local Guide
    • ‣ Entrance Fees to Monuments
    • ‣ Amouage Perfume Factory
    • ‣ Wadi Bashing


    • ‣ International Air Fares To And From Oman
    • ‣ Travel Insurance
    • ‣ Medical Expenses
    • ‣ Visa Fee For Oman
    • ‣ Gratuities
    • ‣ Laundry Service
    • ‣ Personal Expenses and Telephone Calls
    • ‣ Professional camera/video camera fees at monuments
    • ‣ All other services which are not mentioned in the inclusions