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Bimmah Sink Hole – White Sand of Fins Beach – Wadi Shab Adventure – Wadi Tiwi Photo Stop – Ras Al Hadd

Depart Muscat, approximately at 8:30 AM, Our first stop on this day is Bimmah Sink Hole, a big crater near the sea with a small lake at the bottom, which is believed to have been created by meteor, our next stop to Fins Beach, It is strikingly white, curiously pebbly, incredibly blue and jaw-droppingly amazing. Then we continue drive to Wadi Shab this Wadi is an enormous canyon gorge that is lined with palm trees and impressive indications of what the power of the water coming down from the mountains can do in nature. With around 35-minute hike up through the canyon Wadi, we arrive at one of several crystal- clear water pools. Tourists can swim on through the warm waters from pool to pool. Eventually, we come to the last pool where an opening among the enormous rocks allows us to swim into an incredible crevice cave with a small waterfall. Inside, the sunlight filters in from the outside, turning the water into a beautiful turquoise blue whilst water showers down one side of the cave from the wadi beyond. Our next stop is the Wadi Tiwi photo stop, which is named after Tiwi village at the coast, is a beautiful wadi with the lush plantations giving it a different (certainly greener) feel than many other wadis, then continue drive to the hotel in Ras Al Hadd.
Overnight stay at Turtle Beach Resort with Dinner and breakfast
Watching Turtle in the evening

Sur – Dhow Factory – Omani Ghazal Farm – Wadi Bani Khalid – Wahiba Sands Desert – Watching Sunset 

Depart the hotel after breakfast, then today we drive to Sur, In the morning we will show you the City of Sur with some old fortresses and the famous Arabian Dhow Factory, where you can see traditional wooden Dhows being built. Then we will drive onwards to visit Omani Ghazal Farm in Al Kamel (Asilel Farm), then after drive to Wadi Bani Khalid, one of the biggest and most beautiful Wadis in Oman. Here you can swim, sunbath, relax and have a picnic in the beautiful scenic of wadi canyons. In the late afternoon, we continue to our desert camp in the Wahiba Sands desert, where you relax or take part in an adventurous 4×4 drive in the sand dunes. Then we will watch the stunning sunset of the desert on one of the big sand dunes. We finish the day with have a dinner at the camp and a nice romantic time around a campfire.
Overnight stay at Arabian Oryx Camp with dinner and breakfast
Watching sunset and sunrise from the dunes

Zukait Tower Tombs – Jebel Akhdar – Diannas View point –  Birkat Al Mouz Old Village  – The Irrigation System of Al Katmyn – Muscat

Watching sunrise early morning from the dunes before breakfast, approximately at 8:30 AM depart Wahiba Sand Desert with some stop for photo’s in the dunes. Our next stop is the Zukait Tower Tombs in Izki, this stunningly well-preserved site was declared by UNESCO to be an “array fossilized bronze age landscape”, acting almost as a time-capsule for the BCE era. The rich landscape that is home to these beehive tombs was recognized as a World Heritage Site in 1988 and has continued to win plaudits for the treasure trove of data it has provided archaeologists from around the world. Our next stop in Jebel Akhdar or they called the Green Mountain is part of Al Hajar Mountains range in Ad Dakhiliyah Governorate of Oman. It rises to a height of 2,980 and encompasses the Saiq Plateau at 2,000 meter above sea level, after lunch drive towards to Birkat Al Mouz, a unique village nestle into a mountain face, and the Irrigation system of Al Kattmyn in 2006, one of the five Irrigation Systems of Oman were added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites, then continue drive back to Muscat.


Tour Includes


Pick-up & Drop-off (Muscat Area)

Omani Tour Guide English Speaking 

Car (Salon or 4WD)

All Entrance Fees applicable

All accommodations



Meals if not mentioned in the inclusions

Any personal things not mentioned 


1 Person - 1, 250 USD

2 Person - 1, 432 USD

3 Person - 1, 654 USD

4 Person - 2, 005 USD

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