Tour Detail


  • Guide will meet you at your Hotel lobby at 09:00 am.
  • 09:00 Bimmah Sinkhole – Hawiyyat Najm, known as Bimmah Sinkhole in English, is a water-filled depression, structurally a sinkhole, in the limestone of eastern Muscat Governorate in the Sultanate of Oman, very close to the Al Sharqiyah region just off the highway to Sur.
  • Wadi Shab – Wadi Ash Shab is one of the top highlights of Oman. The narrow canyon is home to crystal clear blue water pools and also a secret waterfall inside a cave.Note: The Wadi Shab waterfall can only be accessed by swimming through deep water in a cave. It is not recommended for people who suffer from claustrophobia or have weak swimming abilities.
  • Sur – Sur is a port city on Oman’s eastern tip. Its shipyards, which still produce traditional wooden vessels, played a pivotal role in Oman’s maritime past. In the city center, Sunaysilah Fort has 4 defensive towers around a courtyard. Exhibits at the Maritime Museum include ship models. Southeast of Sur, green turtles nest at Ras al Jinz Turtle Reserve.■ Al Ayjah Plaza Hotel – Room Type: Standard Double Room. Meal Plan: BB


  • Wadi Bani Khalid – In the morning, you will drive to the pristine pools of Wadi Bani Khalid. Here you can swim in clear fresh water and relax on the warm rocks encompassing the pools. Please note that you will need to wear swimming costumes that cover your body (from knees to neck)
  • Wahiba Sands – The Sharqiya Sands is a region of desert in Oman, The region was named for the Bani Wahiba tribe. Divided between the northern and southern governorates in the Eastern Region. The area is defined by a boundary of 180 kilometers north to south and 80 kilometers east to west, with an area of 12,500 square kilometers.
  • Sama Al Wasil Camp – Room Type: Standard Double Room. Meal Plan: HB


  • Nizwa – Nizwa is an ancient city in the Ad Dakhiliyah region of northern Oman. It sits on a plain characterized by seasonal rivers and palm plantations. It’s known for Nizwa Fort, a castle with a huge cylindrical tower built in the 17th century to defend the city’s position on a major trade route. The adjoining marketplace, Nizwa Souk, is lined with handicrafts stalls and silversmiths working in small shops.
  • Al Hamra – Al Hamra is a 400-year-old town in the region Ad Dakhiliyah, in northeastern Oman. As a province, it is home to a number of villages including the mountainside village of Misfat Al Aberdeen, with the village of Ghul to the northwest of the town, and Bimah to the north-northeast.
  • Misfat Al Abriyeen – Misfat Al Abriyeen is an authentic, ‘living’ Omani mud village build into a mountainside in the Al Hamra region. Made up of houses, a maze of shaded passageways, beautiful gardens, and open terraces, it’s a well-known spot among both local and international visitors.Misfat al Abriyeen added another feather on its cap when it was named as one of this year’s Best Tourism Villages by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). The list includes 44 villages from 32 countries across the world. The announcement came during the United Nations World Tourism Organisation General Assembly held last year in Madrid, Spain.
  • Al Misfah Hospitality inn ،Misfah al Abriyyin – Room Type: Standard Double Room. Meal Plan: HB


  • Al Misfah Hospitality inn ،Misfah al Abriyyin
  • Jabal Shams – Al Nakhur Rim Hike (W6 Route) AKA The Balcony Walk hike from Al Khitaym village to the abandoned village of Sab Bani Khamis shouldn’t take you more than 3.5 hours on way, and is an easy hike suitable for all levels (even for the younger ones). We recommend you take warm clothes and wear sportshoes.The Jabal Shams Balcony Walk is the most recommended route for casual hikes as it is an easy hike through the rim of the ‘Grand Canyon’ starting from Al Khitaym village. This is the village at the end of the road at Jabal Shams, right at the edge of the canyon. As you get in the village and past the ‘stalls’ set up by the villagers, you will notice the white, red and yellow flags indicating the start of routes W6.The route takes you from Al Khitaym village through the rim of Al Nakhur Canyon, with spectacular views of the canyon and villages in the bottom. The route is well paved with gentle slopes, taking you past a couple of corners that are worth a stop to take in the view, all the way to an abandoned village called “Sab Bani Khamis” where you can see traces of terraced gardens, towers and houses. Try to keep an eye out for these if you are also looking into the canyon from the main paved road above, as if you look carefully you could clearly see the terraced gardens.■ Wadi Nakhr – Wadi Goul■ Al Misfah Hospitality inn ،Misfah al Abriyyin – Room Type: Standard Double Room. Meal Plan: HB


  • 08:00 Al Misfah Hospitality inn ،Misfah al Abriyyin


  • Wadi Bani Awf – Wadi Bani Awf, also spelled Wadi Bani Awuf, is a large wadi in wilayat Al Rustaq in the South Batinah Governorate of Oman. The wadi covers a large area with several villages and lots of cool attractions worth visiting, including the well-known Snake Canyon! Wadi Bani Awf offers some of the best

off-road driving you experience in Oman – with beautiful scenery and stunning cliffs and canyons throughout. The route connects several villages, including the scenic Balad Sayat village, and extends across the Hajar Mountains portion separating Al Batinah from Al Dakhiliyah region.


Muscat International Airport – Flight at 16:50 pm to Dubai

The Package Price Includes:

✔ Accommodation 04 Nights in hotel/camp stay

✔ 05 Days Roundtrip with English-Speaking Guide in 4WD Jeep

✔ Hiking Guide in Jabal Shams

✔ Guide accommodation and meals

✔ Entrance fee

✔ Tax & VAT 5%

The Package Price Does Not Include:

X Visit Visa

X Travel Insurance

X Flight Ticket

X Meals other than mentioned in the inclusion sections

X Hotel portage




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