Breathtaking Muscat – 04 days 03 nights package
- Visit to the the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, the largest Mosque in the Sultanate of Oman.
- Visit to Muttrah Souq, where shopping enthusiasts can delight in a treasure trove of local crafts, spices, textiles and more.
- A photo stop opportunity at the stunning Al Alam Palace, the official residence of His Majesty the Sultan, flanked by the 16th-century Portuguese forts, Mirani and Jalali.
- A tour of the National Museum, the largest museum in the Sultanate.
- A serene twilight Dhow cruise offering breathtaking views of the Muscat coastline.
- An exciting dolphin and whale watching tour.
- Visit to Royal Opera House, where artistic excellence and cultural significance converge in a breathtaking setting.
Tour Package Inclusions
- Accommodation on twin sharing basis at mentioned hotels.
- Meal Plan as per the chart.
- Transfers & excursion services using AC vehicle as mentioned in the above chart.
- All sightseeing tours/excursions as per the program mentioned above.
- Rates include entrances to all the monuments & forts as per the program.
- Services of English-speaking Chauffeur guide for 02 & 04 pax.
- Services of English-speaking speaking guide for 06 pax .
- All currently applicable taxes and VAT (5 Percent).
Tour Package Exclusions
- Camera fees & activity charges other than those listed in the itinerary inclusions
- Expenses of personal nature such as porterage, laundry, telephones, tipping etc.
- International/Domestic flight charges and Visa/Insurance charges, if any
- Any other items not covered under inclusions
- Any meet/greet and lounge access on arrival (Supplement quoted above)
(Validity – 30th Nov – 3 rd Dec 2023)
Per Person Rates In USD
|SLAB||Option – A ||Option – B |
|Minimum 02 pax on twin sharing basis||USD 654 per person||USD 764 per person|
|Minimum 04 pax on twin sharing basis ||USD 555 per person||USD 665 per person|
|Minimum 06 pax on twin sharing basis||USD 522 per person||USD 638 per person|
|Single room supplement ||USD 148 per person||USD 308 per person|
|Supplement for VIP meet and assist upon arrival with lounge access ||USD 220 per person|
|Supplement for Twilight Dhow Cruise||USD 82 per person|
|CITY||Option – A ||Option – B |
|Muscat (02 nights)||Al Falaj Hotel (Standard room)||Sheraton Oman Hotel (Deluxe room)|
Meals & Transport
|Day 01||N/A||N/A||N/A||AC Saloon Car/Toyota Land cruiser/ Toyota Hiace Van /similar|
|Day 02||At stay hotel||N/A||N/A||AC Saloon Car/Toyota Land cruiser/ Toyota Hiace Van /similar|
|Day 03||At stay hotel||N/A||N/A||AC Saloon Car/Toyota Land cruiser/ Toyota Hiace Van /similar|
|Day 04||At stay hotel||N/A||N/A||AC Saloon Car/Toyota Land cruiser/ Toyota Hiace Van /similar|
Rates not valid during 21st Dec to 03rd Jan 2024 and other black out dates
Payment And Cancellation Policies
- 50% – On Confirmation of Tour
- 50% – 30 Days Prior to Arrival
- Between 45 – 30 days Prior to Arrival 50% of the total cost of the tour
- Between 29-15 Days to Arrival 25% of the total cost of the tour
- Within 14 days to Arrival 100% of the total cost of the tour
- Alcohol: Non-Muslims are permitted to bring in two liters of alcohol by air only. Alcohol should not be consumed in public places apart from licensed premises, such as hotels & restaurants. It is illegal to carry liquor in your car. In addition, the police take a serious view of traffic offenses in which alcohol is involved and fines may be imposed.
- Currency: The unit of currency is Omani Rial (RO 1 = US$ 2.63), which is divided into 1000 Baizas. Notes are available in denominations of RO 50, 20, 10, 5, 1, 1/2 Rial, 250, 200 and 100 Baizas. Coins are also in use for units under one (1) Rial.
- Dress: Oman is a Muslim country and it is important that, as guests of the country, everyone should respect the local customs. It is recommended that women not wear strappy sundresses, miniskirts, shorts or low necked dresses in public places (e.g. offices, souks, town and shopping areas). The most suitable wear in public is shoulders covered and below knee length skirts with a top that is appropriately long (below the hip) is also acceptable. Men should wear shirts and long trousers. Shorts or beachwear should not be worn except at the beach or pool area.
- ATM Machines: Can be found at convenient locations throughout the country including the arrival hall at the Airport.
- Photography: Do not take photographs of individuals without their permission. Women in particular, do not like being photographed. It is forbidden to take pictures of military facilities, borders and airports. Observe ‘NO PHOTOGRAPHY’ signs.
- Electricity: Is 220-240 Volts at 50 cycles AC.
- Village Etiquette: Drive slowly through villages to avoid raising too much dust. Watch out for children & animals. Be courteous to villagers – a few words of greetings or a smile is only polite. Do not go into a home without being invited. Remember certain areas of the village may be restricted to women only. This must be strictly observed.
Instructions During Ramadan
- During the holy month of Ramadan all Muslims fast from sunrise until sunset daily. The fixed hours of prayer are observed and during daylight no Muslims will eat, drink or smoke. All tourists are requested to avoid eating, drinking, or smoking in public. There will be designated areas in public spaces, but if it isn’t clear, it’s best to avoid them until you get to your hotel.
- Hotel’s coffee shops remain open.
- Bars / Mini bars do not serve alcohol, though it can be ordered through room service after sunset only.
- Do dress appropriately. There are already guidelines on how to dress in public, but you should be especially aware of your fashion choices during Ramadan.
- There may be some changes in the timings of forts and museums which will be communicated as per the itinerary.