See the most of Oman
in 8 Days

Enjoy fantastic 8 days to Oman with Arab Adventures Tours and discover its enchanting forts, high mountains, desert safari and colorful souks in Muscat & Nizwa. You will be able to visit all of the different regions of Oman, Muscat, Nizwa, Bahla, Jabreen, Al Hamra, Wahiba Sands and Coastal Road to Muscat.


Day 1: Arrival at Muscat
Your tour manager will meet & assist you at Muscat International Airport after luggage & customs area, and then he will escort you to your hotel and overnight in Muscat.
Hotel: Ramee Hotel in al Qurum
Meals: Breakfast
Day 2: Muscat city tour (Grand Mosque- Old Muscat - Bait al Zubair – Bait Al Baranda – Mutrah Suq)
After breakfast will drive to the Grand Mosque: The Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque in Muscat is the most prominent architectural mosque in the Sultanate which is the summit of Islamic architecture where tradition and modernity are present. The mosque was built to be the line with the large population and urban development witnessed by the governorate of Muscat. The construction began in 1995 and took six years to complete. Made by marble, sandstone and wood has four corner minarets and a taller central minaret, all five minarets represent the five pillars of Islam. Inside the mosque is present a great Persian carpet, big chandeliers, colored windows and glazed tiles and a very beautiful mirab.
After the visit of the Grand Mosque we will proceed to the Old Muscat to visit Bait al Zubair Museum as well the outside of the Sultan Palace and the forts building by the Portuguese in the 16th century. The next stop will be in Muttrah visiting the Bait al Baranda Museum. After the visit we will proceed to a short walk in front of the sea watching mosques and some old merchant houses.
The souk of Muttrah is the most important in the country where you can see all the handicrafts of Oman and another places of the world. The souk offers the Omani dagger or Khanjar and beautiful silver handicrafts and Pashmina shawls. Drive back to the hotel.
Hotel: Ramee hotel in al Qurum
Meals: Breakfast
Day 3: Muscat- Barka - Nakhl - Wadi Bani Auf - Bilad Sayt - Al Hamra
Breakfast in the hotel and check out. Pick up at 8:00 am. The next stop is Barka (A fabulously fish market on the beach, visiting the fish market. The next stop is Nakhl which also has the highest fort in Oman, standing proudly on top of a hilltop as well the nice Nakhl hot springs. The fort is 350 years old and is set in a gorge, surrounded by a mountain enclave. The fort has been restored many times and it was rebuilt in the 17th century by the Ya´arubi Imam.
Stop at Wadi Bani Auf where the main attraction is the old houses nestled on the slopes of the mountain and this wadi is also well known as the snake gorge because of the wide variety of desert snakes that live here. Then proceed to Bilad Sayt a village that is famous for its clay houses and the oasis in which the village population lives. After this visit. Continue driving to Al Hamra a 400-year-old town in the region of Ad Dakhiliyah. Then proceed to Misfat Al Abriyeen which is one of the prettiest traditional villages in Oman. Check in to the hotel.
Hotel: Misfah Old House
Meals: Breakfast and dinner
Day 4: Bahla – Jabreen – Jabil Shams - Nizwa
Breakfast in the hotel and check out, pick up at 8:00am. Drive to Bahla one of the big oases of the interior Oman. The impressive fort, a masterpiece of clay architecture, has been inscribed in Unesco´s World Heritage List since 1987. There are also the remains of a fortified wall, up to five meters high and over ten kilometers in length, with many watchtowers built in. The wall surrounds the extensive date gardens and fields.
Bahla was the capital of Oman to the Nabahina dynasty for four or five centuries from mid-12th to the 17th when the Ya´arubi dynasty took over. Jabreen is another oasis surrounded by date plantations. The importance of Jabreen is the fort built by Imam Sultan bin Saif Al Ya'arubi in 1670 as a defensive stronghold and as living accommodation for the Imam. It has two huge towers with walls two meters thick. Inside the fort is like a palace with its elegance and elaborately decorated ceilings. Go up to Western Hajar Mountains and then will go to Nizwa and check in to the hotel
Hotel: AL Diyar hotel
Meals: Breakfast
Day 5: Nizwa - Wadi Bani Kahlid - Wahiba Sands
Drive to Wadi Bani Khalid. The pools has clear deep cool waters, where the shade of the palm trees is inviting for a relaxing siesta! Catch a glimpse of the pretty villages scattered all over Wadi Bani Khalid as they cling precariously to the slopes of the rugged mountain- side (Please bring along your swim- wear, the clear waters of the wadi are very inviting! Also please note that light clothing and walking shoes may be more suitable on this trip). Stunningly sculpted by the wind, the Wahiba red- gold sands sprawls over 15,000 sq km. These apparently lifeless sands have sustained the Bedu tribes for over 5,000 years. In the middle of the desert stop to visit a Bedouin home. Enjoy bashing and the dramatic sights of the sunset while based on a high dune (Camel ride optional). Enjoy a traditional Arabic meal, Omani coffee and dates.
Hotel: 1000 Night Camp
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Day 6: Wahiba – AL Skhara – Ras AL Hadd
Drive to AL kamal visit Museum and the old Mosque with 52 qouba .Continue towards to Ras Al Hadd. Check in to the hotel and short rest. After a refreshing shower, drive to Carapace Centre and assemble in the main lobby of Carapace. In the night we will go to watch turtle by night after dinner.
Hotel: Turtle Beach Resort
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Day 7: Ras AL Hadd - Coastal Road to Muscat
Breakfast in the hotel and check out. 08:30 AM – pick up from the hotel. Proceed on to the Dhow building yard in Sur. Dhows are traditional Omani wooden fisher boats that are even today, built by hand. Continue via Qalhat where Bibi Miriam’s tomb (photo stop from the main highway) is located. Proceed to Wadi Tiwi - another spectacularly deep and narrow gorge carved out of the mountains, running between towering cliffs right down to the sea. After visiting the wadi – proceed to the white beaches of Finns. Also see the Bimah Sinkhole, a natural hole in the round created by a collapsing mountain. The hole is filled with blue-green sea water. Finally we pass through the village of Quriyat, guarded by its 18th century fort and return to Muscat. We will arrive to Mutrah before sunset to walk again in the souk and Corniche. After dinner (NOT included) we drive to the hotel.
Hotel: Ramee Hotel in al Qurum
Meals: Breakfast
Day 8: Departure
In early morning we drive to the airport to go back home.

Services and Costs

• Meet and greet service by our drivers at airports
• English speaking driver and guide during the tours
• All transfers by a modern air-conditioned vehicle 4X4.
• Accommodation in selected hotels for 7 nights in double room.
• Water on board during the roundtrip.
• All sightseeing private tours as mentioned in the above itinerary
• Entrance fees to all sites as indicated in the itinerary
• Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
• International Airfare
• Entry visa to Sultanate Oman
• Personal spending
• Optional activities
• Tipping
You need to have a valid passport at least 6 months beyond your scheduled return date to enter Oman. The cost of single entry visa is OMR 20 (around £45) for 30 days obtained upon arrival at the airport. For more info on entry visa to Oman please check with the Oman consulate or embassy at your country.
• Ramee Hotel: 3 Night
• Misfah Old House: 1 Night
• Al Diyar Hotel: 1 Nights
• 1000 Night Camp: 1 Night
• Turtle Beach Resort: 1 Night