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Doha - Muscat - The Wahiba Sands

This 6 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Flight into Doha and out of Muscat
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Doha
  • Flight from Doha to Muscat
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Muscat
  • Transfer from Muscat to Wahiba Sands
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Wahiba Sands
  • Transfer from Wahiba Sands to Muscat Airport
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Two incredible countries: Qatar and Oman with a wealth of history come together in this unique vacation package!. Begin in Qatar, in the sophisticated Doha (the capital is the richest country on the planet, famous for its mosques and modern buildings), and finish in Oman, visiting Muscat (with old forts and excellent museums. It is famous for dazzling souks and superb seafood, but its terrain brings the biggest thrills) and The Wahiba Sands (the mighty Wahiba Sands known as The Sharqiya Sands is home to the bedouins, exciting sand sports and night camping in Oman). Connect each destination with flight and a transfer with a stop by Wahiba Sands. This is a flexible package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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  • Doha

  • Muscat

  • The Wahiba Sands

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  • Doha

    Doha, Qatar's capital city, combines old-world hospitality with cosmopolitan sophistication. Traditional wooden dhow boats lining the bay are evidence of the rich trading and pearl diving past. Visitors can stroll along the four-mile waterfront promenade around Doha Bay, the Corniche, enjoying views of old and new Doha. It is easy to see why Doha has earned a reputation as the Gulf's capital of culture. Visit and discover the Doha Corniche, The Pearl, Souq Waqif Market, Museum of Islamic Art, National Museum of Qatar, Katara Cultural Village, Aspire Park, Falcon Souq, The Pearl Monument, Al Koot Fort, Aspire Tower, Arab Museum of Modern Art, Katara Beach, Msheireb Museums, Dhow Harbor, and so much more.

  • Muscat

    The capital city of Oman, Muscat, Known as the "The Pearl of Mystic Arabia", is located on the Gulf of Oman surrounded by beautiful mountains and desert. With history dating back to ancient civilization, it combines modernity with astounding architecture of the houses, forts, castles, mosques and museums. With a mix of intriguing history, upmarket shopping and stunning scenery, it’s a great place to explore. Explore the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, Al Alam Palace, Bait Al Zubir, Royal Opera House Muscat, Al Jalali Fort and so much more.

  • The Wahiba Sands

    The Wahiba Sands desert is a highlight of any trip to Oman. This ocean of regular dunes that seem to stretch out endlessly; pale gold at noon, the towering piles of sand shift between rich yellow and coppery orange when the sun is at lower angles. Just a three-hour drive from Muscat, an overnight stay here offers an easy way to experience the primal power of the desert from the comfort of camps equipped with high range facilities. The impressive orange sand dunes offer a unique experience, especially at sunrise and sunset, highly recommended for an unforgettable family adventure. Visit and discover the amazing Bar al Hikman, Fort Jalan Bani Buhassan, Hamouda Al-Masjid (mosque domes) and so much more.

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