AED 2350 Per adult
Package cost: AED 2299 Per person
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adult on Single sharing basis
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child without bed
Arrive Salalah meet & greet by representative get transfer to hotel -Enjoy your half day city tour- proceed to visit “The Museum of the Frankincense Land”.
Opened in July 2007 at Al Balid Archaeological Park, a UNESCO heritage site located in Salalah, theFrankincense Land Museum is the latest addition to Oman's heritage and cultural scene. (OpenedSun - Thu 8:30 – 20:00, Fri – Sat 15:00 – 20:00)It houses two main halls, namely the History Hall, depicting the geography, history of the ancient Frankincense trail and the historical background of the Sultanate through a number ofarchaeological findings, and The Marine Hall, featuring displays about the development of Oman's rich marine history. A complete history of the Maritime trade & ship building industry of Omancould be experienced here, with meticulously carved replicas of the ancient boats & ships of theOmani Maritime trade.
Drive through lush green plantations of vegetables & fruits. Make a brief stop to taste a freshcoconut water drink at fruit stalls (at own cost) lining the streets within the periphery of the oldSalalah town (Haffah). Make a Photo stop at the impressive Sultan Qaboos Mosque.View the Official Palace of His Majesty the Sultan (Al Husn Palace) & stroll through the old Haffahsouk, famous for the sale of high quality Frankincense & numerous other Dhofari traditional souvenirs. The smell of frankincense fills the souk. Haffah souk is very attractive with its small shops lined up with straight piles of incense boxes, clay incense burners colorfully decorated with traditional patterns and bags of incense crystals.Overnight at hotel
Breakfast at hotel. The excursion begins in the morning with a visit to the old fishing village of 'Taqah', famous for themanufacture of 'Dried Sardines' & its traditional & old 'Dhofari Houses'.Visit the century old 'Taqah Castle', the former official residence of the 'Wali' (Governor) of theregion & obtain a glimpse into the rich history of the region.Continue onto the ancient ruins of the once famous city of Sumharam (Khor Rohri). The city was theeasternmost outpost of the Hadramawt Kingdom on the ancient incense route between theMediterranean Sea, Persian Gulf and India. Khor Rori was an important port on the coast of Dhofar,and one of the major trading cities with frankincense, believed to have been the hub & harbour forthe shipping of Frankincense (UNESCO World Heritage site).On the way back to western Salalah, explore the 'ever green Wadi Darbat' for a relaxing stroll along the Wadi bed, surrounded by herds of Camels, Goats & Cattle. In the Khareef season (monsoonperiod), one could also witness an almost 100m natural Waterfall, spreading its ‘tentacles’ intonumerous lakes & lush green Vegetation.Thereafter proceed to 'Qara' mountains to explore the western part of Salalah.On a road steadily winding up a steep incline, herds of Camels & Cattle are a common sight whichgives a scenic view of a traditional Dhofari rural beauty. Visit the ancient tomb of 'Prophet Job'situated in the scenic green mountains of the Salalah Plains. Experience the legendary story of Prophet Job and his devoutness.Proceed to the beach of Mughsail where the white sand touches the deep blue of the ocean & at hightide, where waves burst through the natural titanic 'Blow Holes', at the far end of the 'Rocky beach'with a cave-like entrance.Continue along the 'Hair-pin-bend' road towards Western Border of Oman, with its breathtakingcliffs on either side, to see the historical 'Frankincense trees' growing in their natural habitat, deep down in the valleys, dotting the dry & craggy countryside.Take a short walk into the valleys to smell the 'Holy Incense' amidst the scenic view of the region.
Return to the hotel..
Breakfast at hotel check out, drop off to Airport and fly back home after memorable Trip.
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