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Dubai - Nizwa - Muscat - Sur

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This 8 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Flight into Dubai and out of Muscat
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Dubai
  • Transfer from Hotel in Dubai to Hotel in Nizwa via Al Ain
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Nizwa
  • Transfer from Hotel in Nizwa to Hotel in Muscat via Birkat Al Mouz
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Muscat
  • Transfer from Hotel in Muscat to Hotel in Sur
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Sur
  • Transfer from Hotel in Sur to Muscat Airport
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Magic United Arab Emirates and Oman with this Middle East Holiday package!. Discover in the UAE, the fascinating Dubai (blending western influence and eastern tradition, it offers a fabulous lifestyle and is perfect for those seeking something different: man-made islands, the world`s tallest habitable tower, the world`s largest mall, a rotating tower and much more). Continue in Oman, with visits to Nizwa (this ancient city sits on a plain characterized by seasonal rivers and palm plantations. It's known for its 17th. century Nizwa Fort and Souk Market with handicrafts stalls and silversmiths working in small shops) next, Oman`s capital city; Muscat (famous for the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, its traditional souk and the extraordinary corniche); and Sur (a quiet ancient coastal port town on Oman`s eastern tip. Its shipyards, which still produce traditional wooden vessels, played a central role in overseas trade with East Africa). Along the way, you will stop for a visit to explore these Arabic attractions: Al Ain (the island oasis) and Birkat Al Mouz (one of the most famous villages in ruins in the Sultanate). Return to Muscat to catch your flight back home. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Dubai

  • Nizwa

  • Muscat

  • Sur

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Trip Summary

  • Dubai

    Stylish Dubai is a chic travel destination filled with spectacular sights, a skyline filled with some of the most magnificent buildings in the world and packed with entertainment for the whole family. The city blends Eastern tradition with Western influences mixing old Dubai, the Dubai Creek, and Jumeirah Mosque with out of this world attractions such as The Palms, Burj Khalifa, Dubai Fountains and Atlantis. This breathtaking city lies on the sparkling blue waters of the Arabian Gulf with the dramatic red dunes of the desert in the background.

    Be sure to see Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, The Palms, Atlantis, Aquaventure, The Desert, The Dubai Mall, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai Fountains, Dubai Aquarium, Jumeirah Mosque, Dubai Creek, Dubai Museum, Bastaki Quarter, Gold Souks and so much more!

  • Nizwa

    Nizwa is tucked into the stunning Omani mountains, slightly cooler than the rest of the country and offering beautiful architecture, yummy food, bustling souks, and a sense of hidden escape and peace from those who wander this way.

    Visit and explore the Nizwa Fort, Bahla Fort, Falaj Daris Park, Goat Market, Wadina Water Park 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.

  • Sur

    The city of Sur is located on the eastern tip of Oman and is one of its oldest cities. It is notable for the ancient watchtowers that once guarded the courtyard against invaders during ancient times. There is also a shipyard here where huge wooden vessels were built. These masted boats were called dhow, and they traversed the Indian Ocean, conducting business with ports as far as parts of Southeast Asia. This is the oldest port in the area, and during the 18th and 19th centuries, more than 150 seagoing vessels docked here every day.

    Visit and explore the Sunaysilah Fort, Bilad Sur Castle, Al Ayjah Lighthouse, Al Ayjah Fort, Al Aygah Castle, Maritime Museum Sur and much more.

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