Be dazzled by the dreamlike world of Oman.
Adventure from portside Muscat and Muttrah into the heart of Oman's richly coloured past. Discover the awesome Islamic forts, age-old mud-brick houses, and silver- and spice-filled souqs that makes this Middle Eastern jewel such a feast for the senses. The treasures aren't all man-made: trip to the blazing remote landscapes of Wahiba Sands for a desert getaway with the Bedouins, and soak up breathtaking canyon views at Jebel Shams and Wadi Bani Awf before returning to the seaside capital.
Experience some traditional Omani hospitality with a one-night camping getaway under the stars in Wahiba Sands
Discover Oman's most phenomenal fortresses and mosques, including the beautifully preserved Jabrin Fort
Explore the busy fishing harbour of Muttrah and mine the bustling souq for hidden treasures – anything from unique silverware to frankincense
For a capital city, Muscat sure packs a lot of charm. Explore the tranquil waterfront and visit the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque
When visiting a mosque, it's important to show respect by dressing appropriately, even in the heat. Ladies should cover their arms and wear a head scarf; trousers or a long skirt are recommended. Gentlemen are required to wear trousers and long sleeve shirts.
As tourism is a developing industry in Oman, it is possible your driver will not speak English.
4x4 vehicles are used on most parts of the trip as we travel around Oman. You will travel in convoy style and due to the configuration of the vehicles there may be times where you are not travelling with your leader.
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Our Discover Oman trips score an average of 3.75 out of 5 based on 4 reviews in the last year.
Oman has more to offer than you might think. A little known country but with a fascinating history and a wide variety of things to see - it's not all sand dunes and camels!!
Review submitted 15 May 2017