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3-tägige Kulturreise

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Whether an extended weekend, stopover or short city break, three days in Oman can deliver lasting memories and build anticipation for your next visit.

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Das weniger als zwei Stunden Fahrt von Muscat entfernte Städtchen Sur ist dank seines reichen kulturellen Erbes einen Besuch absolut wert.

Wadi Al Arbeieen

Wadi Al Arbeieen is one of the most beautiful wadis in the Sultanate, experiencing a constant flow of water from the eastern Hajar mountains and providing a source of irrigation to the surrounding villages and date palm farms.

Camping – Fins

Only a short drive from Bimmah Sinkhole, Fins is a coastal village mainly known for its hidden beaches and coves framed by white sands, turquoise waters and the Al Hajar Mountains as backdrop. Perfect for a memorable camping experience.


Set in two distinctive domes in the north of Qurum, the Oman Children’s Museum is a scientific museum that delves into biology, interesting optical illusions, and other interactive displays for children.

Bait Al Baranda

Bait Al Baranda is located in Muttrah in what used to be the residence of a prominent merchant in the early 20th century. Exhibits include art and historical displays from across the ages.

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Sharqiyah Sands

Bidiyah ist ein hervorragender Ausgangspunkt für eine Wüstenexkursion.

Wadi Shab

Located just off the Sur-Muscat coastal road, Wadi Shab can be reached via a short boat ride. A short hike will bring visitors to the wadi’s famous waterfall and crystal clear water pools, and even a partially submerged cave.

Leuchtturm Al Ayjah

Offering panoramic views of Sur, the Al Ayjah Lighthouse was built by the Portuguese and was actually a defence tower turned lighthouse that used to guide Dhows safely into Sur lagoon. The tower is close to the Dhow Yard and Sur Maritime Museum.


Located 233km from Muscat, Bidiyah is a collection of villages at the edge of the Sharqiyah Sands. Home to Bedouin people from the desert, it is the perfect place to experience traditional camel or horse races or visit its famous Eid market.

Wadi Bani Khalid

One of the Sultanate’s best known wadis, Wadi Bani Khalid is a geographical wonderland of pools, caves and mountains. Unlike other wadis, it enjoys a constant flow of water all year round – perfect for visiting any season.

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n diesem Ort befinden sich die Festung und der Souk von Nizwa, die beide für sich allein schon einen Besuch wert sind.

Al Araqi Fort

North of Ibri, along the road connecting Ibri and Al Rustaq, are the twin settlements of Al Araqi and Al Aynayn. Their forts provide a beautiful contrast – one newly restored, the other beautifully atmospheric and showing all the signs of its history.

Jebel Samhan – Naturschutzgebiet

A special permission is required to visit the Jebel Samham Nature Reserve, which is home to some of the last wild Arabian Leopards and other rare species such as the Arabian Wolf and Striped Hyena. The road leading to the reserve, however, is rewarding on its own right, passing large baobab trees and traditional Jeballi settlements to Jebel Samham’s breath-taking escarpment.

Ain Al Kasfa – Al Rustaq

Located at the heart of Al Rustaq, Ain Al Kasfa is a hot spring said to have therapeutic qualities. Purpose-built bathing rooms are available close by for visitors to use, as swimming in the spring itself is not allowed.

Umran’s Grave

La lunga tomba rettangolare del profeta Umran è un luogo sacro per i musulmani, circondata da un piccolo giardino proprio nel cuore di Salalah.
La tomba del profeta Umran si trova a Salalah, nelle vicinanze del comune di Dhofar. La tomba è un lungo rettangolo circondato da un piccolo giardino.