Dubai Abu Dhabi Muscat Quriyat Sur
Dubai is a cascade of beautiful traditions, fun-filled activities, and marvelous architecture. Upon arrival, our representative will meet you & transfer from the airport to your hotel as per the time of your flight. Check-in our hotel. Rest of the day is free for your own leisure. Overnight stay in hotel
After breakfast,you will get picked up from your hotel for the desert safari in a Land Cruiser only between 2:30 to 3:00 PM , a ride over the sand dunes followed by a barbeque dinner and belly dance performance in the desert - another Dubai experience! The Desert Safari begins early evening with dune bashing, and is followed by barbeque dinner at a traditional Bedouin campsite. Highlights of this tour (exclusive to MMT): Visit to Marina Dhow Cruise, newly opened Dubai Canal, Dinner at Meena Bazaar. Post dinner return to the hotel and rest your tour with an overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast, you will be picked up from the hotel and taken to BurjKhalifa on shared vehicle. We hope you enjoy the panoramic view from the 124th floor of the most vibrant and buzzing city in the world. In evening get ready to feel the real Dubai and core Arab royalty and hospitality. Board the Dhow Cruise over Dubai Creek. Take a look of fascinating tall buildings and skyline of Dubai. Real panorama can be witnessed from your deck. Later enjoy the taste of international cuisine-The real Arab savory that totally adds mood to your magical eve. Post dinner return to the hotel and rest your tour with an overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast, visit Ferrari World and Abu Dhabi City Tour: Full day to Abu Dhabi and Yas Island where you can enjoy fastest roller coaster - Formula Rossa. Enjoy the beautiful City Tour of Abu Dhabi with the Grand Mosque visit. This tour is done in Seat in Coach Basis. *Operates only on Monday, Wednesday, FridayPost dinner return to the hotel and rest your tour with an overnight stay at the hotel.
You will get proper assistance from the hotel services in your way back from Muscat airport. Oman has a population of only 3 million living in a country of over 300,000 sq km (117,000 sq miles). Most of the people live in or around Muscat, the capital. Muscat is not actually one town, but rather three separate towns, plus several associated towns all separated by geographical features of the mountainous, indented coast. Time permitting, we may accomplish some of our Muscat sightseeing upon arrival. Overnight in Muscat.
After breakfast , Today our sightseeing includes the Sultan Qaboos Great Mosque. After a lunch break we'll visit the Old Palace Area (from the outside), and the fabulous National Museum. Later we visit the Sidab Women's Sewing Group (SWSG), a non-profit community organization inspired and run by local women. The group helps women from a fishing village develop sewing skills so that they can create handicrafts which earn them an income. Overnight in Muscat.
After breakfast check out from hotel & we depart Muscat by road to the Bimmah Sinkhole, a giant depression where sea water has merged with fresh. Two flights of steps take you down to a dazzling pool of blue and green water. After a lunch break at the sinkhole, we continue past WadiShab and Wadi Tiwi. This is a region where we can savour the atmosphere of traditional Oman, as it was before the days of oil. Towns here prospered centuries ago on the trade with Africa and Zanzibar coming through the Omani port of Sur. Fine houses and forts were built and many of them still stand today, set back from the road behind the modern buildings. Most of the desert area of Oman is a flat gravel plain but the Wahiba has huge ridges of orange sand dunes separated by valleys. The few Bedouin who still live here breed fine camels. Oman is not principally a land of sand deserts but rather a dramatic area of dry, jagged mountains with narrow river valleys (wadis) between. The evidence of Oman's tribal past is everywhere, with ruined forts commanding every important vantage point. Much of Oman remains hidden in remote valleys and there is a feeling of self-imposed isolation here at the tip of the Arabian Peninsula. Overnight in Sur.
Drive back to Muscat. Enjoy your leisure day by hopping around the city.
After delicious pack your baggage for taking a flight back to your home. This short vacation and this detailed itinerary helps you to visit this magical land.