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Oman Special Muscat Tour Package 4 Days 3 Nights

Muscat, Oman
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Duration

4 Days 3 Nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

Languages

Arabic, English

This Muscat Tour Package gives you the pleasure of exploring Oman’s capital and biggest city, which is famed for its rich cultural legacy and breathtaking natural beauty, making it one of the region’s most popular tourist attractions. With dramatic gorges, stunning mountains and valleys, and beautiful sand beaches, Muscat tour packages offers some of the most artistic landscapes in the region.

Oman’s great natural beauty, diversified scenery, golden desert, and pristine coastline provide thrilling chances for 4×4 desert safaris, mountain treks, scuba diving, dhow sailing, and other activities for the adventurous.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Muscat City Tour (Half-Day)
  • Grand mosque
  • Natural history museums
  • Al alam palace
  • Jalali & mirani
  • Muttrah souq
  • Observing Dolphins

Day 1: Arrive in Muscat on the first day
Day 1: Arrive in Muscat on the first day

At Muscat International Airport, arrive. Our local representative will meet and greet you.
After that, you'll be transferred to your Muscat hotel. Relax and check-in at the hotel (normal check-in time is 14:00 Hrs). The rest of the day is yours to do as you like.

Day-2: Half Day Muscat City Tour
Day-2: Half Day Muscat City Tour

Breakfast is served at the hotel. The trip kicks off with a stop at the Royal Opera House. From here, visit the GRAND MOSQUE, which is one of the world's largest mosques with stunning art works, chandeliers, and a one-piece carpet spanning the full prayer hall totaling around 4300 square metres (available for guests from Sat to Thur 8-11 AM only, excluding holidays).

Following that, a tour to NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUMS featuring flora and wildlife, including a huge fossil, is scheduled. Continue your journey to the "AL ALAM PALACE" (visit stop only – photography is not permitted) surrounded by the two Portuguese forts of "JALALI & MIRANI" after the visit. Continue on to the "MUTTRAH SOUQ," one of Oman's oldest marketplaces, along the Corniche shoreline. The air is filled with the seductive fragrances of mystic frankincense and sandalwood from the souq's narrow lanes.

Day-3: Half Day Dolphin Watching Excursion
Day-3: Half Day Dolphin Watching Excursion

Breakfast is available each morning at the hotel. Step aboard to discover Oman's enchanted coastline's hidden gems. This 2-hour trip will provide you with an amazing adventure, and you will almost certainly see swimming dolphins. At any time of year, there is a good chance of spotting dolphins (typically common, spinner, bottlenose, or Indo-Pacific types). Observers are delighted by the sight of a dolphin in flight.

Day-4: Transfer to Airport
Day-4: Transfer to Airport

Breakfast is served at the hotel. Depending on the schedules of your next flight, you may have some free time to go shopping. Our representative will transport you to the airport in preparation for your journey to your next destination. We hope you liked Oman and had a great time there.

  • 3 nights' lodging
  • Round-trip airport transportation
  • Muscat City Tour (Half-Day)
  • Excursion to see dolphins for half a day
  • ALL LOCAL TAXES, INCLUDING VALUE ADDED TAXES
  • Anything else that isn't included in the list of inclusions
  • Charges for RT-PCR tests
  • Personal expenses like as gratuities, phone calls, laundry, booze, guide and entrance fees for touring, or any other item not listed in the 'Inclusions'
  • Any rise in taxes or fuel prices, which may result in an increase in surface transportation and land arrangements prior to departure.

4 Days 3 Nights

Arabic
English

Tour's Location

Muscat, Oman

Which currency is used in Oman?
Oman's currency is the Omani rial (OMR), which is divisible into 1,000 baisa. Banks, exchange bureaux, hotels, and the airport are all places where foreign cash may be exchanged. Moneychangers are open in the evenings and on weekends when banks are closed. It is suggested that you use US Dollars. Credit cards like as American Express, MasterCard, and Visa are widely accepted at big stores and hotels, as well as by a growing number of souq sellers. ATMs are available at most banks in cities and villages.
What is the oman's Language?
Although Arabic is the official language of Oman, English is commonly spoken. Hotel employees frequently speak German and French.
How does Electricity work in Oman?
The voltage is 220/240 volts, 50 Hz. Plugs with three-pin flat blades that are rectangular are utilised.
Is it customary to tip?
In most cases, a service charge is applied to invoices. A 'little more' of roughly 10%, on the other hand, is greatly welcomed.
How is Oman's weather?
Between December and March, the more mild winter season delivers less severe temperatures, with typical highs of roughly 77°F (25°C). February is the coldest month of the year. Temperatures can reach far above 104°F (40°C) the remainder of the year. Even though precipitation is uncommon, sudden rain can trigger flash floods.

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