Shore Excursions Muscat

BEST DESTINATIONS FOR CRUISE PASSENGERS IN MUSCAT

SHORE EXCURSIONS MUSCAT

Book now the best shore excursions in Muscat. High quality and safety at the lowest prices.

Discover one of the most beautiful corners of the Arabian Peninsula with our Shore Excursions Muscat. That’s the best way to touch with your own hands the history and culture of the exotic Oman.

Muscat importance dates back to the II century, when was a vital center for trading. Our guides will show you the ancient markets (souks) of this fascinating city. You will be amazed by the majesty of palaces, old buildings, mosques and minarets. Your eyes will be surrounded by a motley crew of African, Arabic and Indian cultures.

His blue and ocher colors, with its hundreds of shades, are waiting for you during our hike. Book now at the best prices and make your cruise unique.

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Price: 40 € | Duration: 4 h | Activity level: Medium
Meeting point: bus parking in Muscat cruise terminal.
Services: guide, transportation and insurance
Dress code: We recommend comfortable clothing and comfortable shoes. A veil for women.
What to eat: qabuli, kharass and marakh samak
Souvenir: local crafts.

Shore Excursions Muscat Itinerary

Our beautiful Shore Excursions Muscat will start with the amazing Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, the largest mosque of the Sultanate of Oman and one of the most important architectural works of the Islamic world.

We will continue with a panoramic tour of the city. We’ll admire (from the outside) the Sultan’s palace, surrounded by the impressive fortifications of Jalali and Mirani. One of the buildings that belong to the Portuguese colonization era. Then we will move towards the Bait Al Zubair Museum (optional) which hosts examples of local culture, tradition and crafts.

We end our visit through the souk of Muttrah, one of the oldest souks of the Arab tradition and well known for its perfumes.

*Shore excursions could be subject to variations due to external causes as Cruise Companies politics, weather conditions, duration of the stay of the ship in the port, legal demonstrations.

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