The starting point for this trip is Salalah, Oman’s second largest city and gateway to a variety of adventures.
Muscat offers a range of activities that would please any thrill seeker.
Just a three-hour drive from Muscat, the A’Sharqiyah Sands provide a wide range of exciting activities for the intrepid traveller.
A day filled with a refreshing swim and turtle watching.
Wadi Tiwi & Wadi Shab
Explore some of Oman’s most stunning wadis on foot.
Muscat to Sur
The coastal road to Sur has several attractions en-route, worth a small detour, including one of the largest water dams in Arabia.
Sur & Ras Jinz
A day exploring Sur’s maritime history and turtle watching.
Setting off from Raz al Jinz, the desert awaits but not before a refreshing swim at one of Oman’s most well-known wadi’s.
Oman’s highest mountain offers vistas to remember.
Al Hoota Cave & Wadi Bani Awf
A visit to Al Hoota Cave is fun for the entire family, followed by crossing the mountain by 4wd.
Time to unwind and explore Oman’s capital.
Oman’s Dhofar is most famous for its trade with frankincense, a practice that has been flourishing for centuries. As a result, it is deeply rooted in the culture and traditions of the region.
The capital of Oman and the perfect place to experience the old and new of Omani culture.
Nakhl & Al Rustaq
Al Batinah has plenty of attractions on offer, here a few highlights for a day trip.
Oman’s interior awaits. The historic town of Nizwa is surrounded by date plantations and mountains and the starting point for today’s cultural adventures.
Bahla to Old Minzafah
Bahla Fortis a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest fort in Oman – from there, the road leads to Ibra.
Sur to Muscat
This coastal road has breath taking views and offers plenty of interesting stops to fill the day.