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Salalah Tour Packages from Dubai

We offer differet tour packages from UAE to Salalah Oman with transfre by road and Air, Fixed departures by Bus is available by Bus from Dubai.


The southern capital, a garden city, surrounded by groves of coconut palms and paw-paws, has rightly gained a reputation as a summer resort which attracts visitors from all over the world. Taqa, Taqa is on old town with an interesting fort and typical old Dhofari houses. On the beach some old boats held together by coconut fibre (coia) instead of nails can be seen. Quarries near here provide the white limestone blocks used in Salalah buildings.

The home of the legendary queen of Sheba and now an archeological site, situated beside the beach called Khor Rori. The ruins date from C.100BC, built under orders of King II azz of handramaut (the Sachalites, their capital at Shabwa, their subject-people the Sachalites of Dhofar).

Mirbat means ‘The Palace for Tying up Animals’. It comprises of many beautiful old Merchant’s houses with carved doors, windows, picture relief courtyards, (shamsiyas) window-boxes (mashabayas), protruding service-towers, etc. It is both an old harbor and a new harbor.

Ain Arzat
Ain Arzat is one of the five functioning spring on the Jurbaib Plain used for the watering Al Mamoura Place and The Royal Farm. It now boasts a beautiful pleasure-garden, which is open to public on Fridays.

Job’s Tomb
The Mosque and tomb-shrine of ‘Nabi-Ayoub’ mark the place where the remains of the Moslem prophet possibly identified as Job of the Old Testament can be found. It is a place of pilgrimage for Moslems and Christians. From here one can admire the splendid view of Qara Mountains and Jubraia Plain (Salalah).

Bin Ali Mosque
The mosque can be found next to the Tomb of Mohammed Bin Ali Al Alawi, a 14th century Moslem divine from South Yemen. It is a fine example of the medieval ‘onion doomed’ mosques common in Dhofar and Handramaut. The area is very peaceful and beautiful especially in the late afternoon.

Moughsail Beach
The beach stretches for four kilometers with high cliffs at either end. It is a popular bathing resort and has many picnic huts. Khor Moughsail has an abundance of bird life eg. Flamingoes, pelicans, storks, etc in season.

From sleepy trading post for the dhows that ply the seas between south Asia and eastern Africa, recently the port Mina Raysut has grown in to a modern thriving commercial maritime center.

This strategic tip of Oman overlooks the arterial route taken by the world’s oil trade. Musandam is known for it’s stark beauty and awesome mountains. Khasab is a small developing town of peaceful estuaries and palm trees. A small, well-restored 16th century Portuguese fort dominates its picturesque corniche.

Be ready to meet local people, visit local markets and souqs, farmers and farm lands, and experience the magic of the mountains, wadis and deserts and much more!
We offer very unique experiences, as we passionately believe in giving back to the communities. The experiences we offer are carefully chosen, ensuring that every guest is able to experience a slice of real life in Oman, and is able to engage in a cultural interaction.

Our guides are friendly, knowledgeable and flexible and would show you this charming country, from a different perspective. So choose from day Trips, to simple overnight stays, to a variety of longer itineraries depending on your interest, be it Culture, Adventure, History or just relaxation.

So, welcome to this historic old city, wander around its enchanting souqs, or take a thrilling day trip to the
picturesque wadis or the golden sand dunes, visit the majestic forts and ofcourse, meet with its hospitable

Package Cost : On Request

    Our services include
    Hotel accommodation
    Exclusive events and private activities
    Exclusive meal venues
    Logistics and transportation
    Passenger exchange
    Pre & post cruise arrangements
    Unique Shore excursions
    Services of professional, multilingual guides

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