Day 01 - Arrival
Arrive Salalah, Meet & Greet at the Airport then transfer to hotel, Rest of the day for leisure and relaxation on the beach.
Day 2 - Full-Day East and West Of Salalah
Today you explore the eastern part of Salalah (Taqa, Sumharam, WadiDirbat Oman, AynRazat) and western part of Salalah (
Frankincense trees in Oman, Mughsayl, NabiAyub).
Our Journey will start with Wilayat of Taqah, a visit to the countryside of Taqah offers the opportunity to explore magnificent locales
which retain their original self, large mountainous areas untouched by the pressures of habitation and left on their own to nurture
Our next stop is Sumhuram, the antiquated port city of Sumharam which reigned supreme 2,000 years ago as the guardian of the
perfume paradise, will narrate endless accounts of the heydays etched by the fortified hill city adjacent to Khor Rori Creek. Strategy at its
best sums up the ancient city`s soul reflected in its ruins. Sumharam is located in Taqah 30 km from Salalah.
We will continue to one of Salalah Best attractions -WadiDirbat-Oman Sinkhole, an amazing variety of plants, trees, birds, and flowers.
See the longest cave in the world; See the fantastic views of the Dhofar Coastline and the Indian Ocean from Jebel Samhan. There are
several shallow caves in the limestone hills along the Northern side of the spring and pool.
AinRazat is the most important source of spring water in Dhofar Oman.It used to be one of the main sources of water for Salalah. It's
water, as well as several smaller springs, flow into a long pool on the northern side of the carpark at the foot of the Jebel. Water flows
along a falaj throughout the year, although flow is highest during the Kharif. This water flows 7km to Al- Maamurah Palace, the Sultan`s
residence when in Salalah.
After AinRazat we will have a lunch break before proceeds to the Western of Salalah.
Our Journey continues to visit another Salalah things to see -Mughsayl, a popular beach west of Salalah, which is known for blowholes.
When the waves from the sea hit the rock, because of these events on the ground, air and water is forced up the vent and comes up
almost like a fountain, but the volume of water and force of air is surprisingly strong, it is very enjoyable. Around the area, you have the
chance to see the famous frankincense trees. This tree has gained worldwide fame, Dhofar has known frankincense since time
immemorial, and frankincense is mentioned in ancient history books. It is known to be the best in the world and has brought the region to
great wealth thousands of years ago when frankincense was more valuable than gold.
The last stop is another Salalah tourist attraction, The Nabi Ayub grave. This tomb is inside a Mosque, where supposedly NabiAyub (tomb
of the prophet job) is buried, and then we drive back to Salalah.
Overnight at Hotel