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All Coach Tours

Coach Tours are regular Hop On Hop Off tours conducted by Alwan Tours

ADVISORY: Coach Tours will operate starting 1 Nov for the year 2016.

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Nizwa Souq Friday Coach Tour

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Pick up time

Shatti Al Qurum (Costa coffee façade) 0630h – 0645h & Zawawi Mosque Al Khwair (Service road) 0700h – 0715h

0915h :Souq- (Halwa, Coffee, Silversmith) If arrives before 9am, live meat auction can be viewed

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Visit Al Saifi Halwa making factory renowned omani sweets producer in the area and shop around the souq, famous for its handicrafts and agricultural products, has an expansive area with an array of products. It is one of the most important in the country besides Muttrah. The souq outles with vendors selling everything from meat, fish, fruits and vegetables to spices, dates, gold and silverware. Nizwa is renowned for its silver jewelry which is considered to be the best in the country. Its people are masters in Khanjar making (curved dagger), recognized for its distinctive style and patterns. They also make copper ware, coffee pots, swords, leather goods and pottery.

1030h :Nizwa Fort

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It was built in the 1650s by the second Ya’rubi Imam; Imam Sultan Bin Saif Al Ya'rubi, although its underlying structure goes back to the 12th Century. It is Oman's most visited national monument. The fort was the administrative seat of authority for the presiding Imams and Walis in times of peace and conflict. The main bulk of the fort took about 12 years to complete, and was built above an underground stream. The fort is a powerful reminder of the town's significance through turbulent periods in Oman's long history. It was a formidable stronghold against raiding forces that desired Nizwa's abundant natural wealth and its strategic location at the crossroads of vital routes.

The Fort is open from on Friday at 8AM to 11AM.

1230h :Old Misfat House (Lunch)

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The pleasant, comfortable atmosphere of the ancient house, nestled among the date palms, with the centuries-old water canals (aflaj) flowing by, makes up for the lack of a private bath and toilet in every bedroom, but rest assured: the facilities are more than adequate. Meals can be taken on the rooftop terrace, where you have a panoramic view of the palms and oasis. The meals are prepared by an Omani family, your next door neighbors!

1500h :Al Hamra Old Village

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Al Hamra, a 400-year-old town a short drive from Nizwa, offers alternative hospitality. The town is almost entirely deserted; all that remains is a collection of ghostly mud houses that have baked like pottery under the harsh Omani sun. Bait al-Safah, hidden in its depths, is a stellar cultural museum where women produce make-up from sandalwood and bake rukhal bread over an open fire for guests. The majlis, or sitting room, is open and inviting; a radio and dense pillows translate into a convincing approximation of the real thing.

1730h :Back to Muscat

Nizwa Coach Tour is a designated Islamic Heritage Tour (proper dress code required)

Dress Code:

  • Light summer clothing is suitable during warm season as well as hats, sunglasses and sunscreen is recommended.
  • Men and Women should wear clothing that is shoulder and knee covered when in public especially on villages and souqs.
  • Swimwear should be confined to the beach or hotel pools only.
  • Sweaters or jackets may be required during cold season especially at night.
  • Comfortable shoes are always advised to wear.
  • Terms and Conditions Apply

    35 OMR
    1 Person inclusive of lunch

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    Sharqiyah Sands Wednesday Coach Tour

    Information

    Pick up time

    Shatti Al Qurum (Costa coffee façade) 0700h – 0720h & Zawawi Mosque Al Khwair (Service road) 0730h - 0745h

    0815h :Amouge Perfume Factory

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    Amouage is a Muscat, Oman based perfume house established in 1983 by the Sultanate of Oman, by Sayyid Badr bin Hamad bin Hamood AlBusaidi. Amouage's first fragrance, Amouage Gold, was created by Guy Robert and is still a staple of their product line today.

    0945h :Ibra Wednesday souq (women souq)

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    The city, famous for its handicrafts and agricultural products, has an expansive souq showcasing an array of products. Halwa (a traditional Omani dessert) is also sold in the souq. Halwa is a sticky dessert made from sugar and spices and flavoured with sesame seeds or almonds. Ibra souq is the only souq in the country to have a whole day just for women.

    1045h :Al Kanaatir/Al Minzfah

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    Old quarter of Ibra; a crumbling old merchant houses. The old pillared souk and the Mosque of the two qiblas (prayer niche) are slowly collapsing. Tragically, many of the inhabitants left the area following the death of palm trees in the oasis from damage to the local water table. Exploring and examining the unusual architectural elements of the once wealthy houses, such as porthole windows, a hark back to their maritime heritage.

    1230h :Al Areesh Camp (Lunch)

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    1300h :Wadi Bani Khalid

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    It is the best-known wadi of the Sharqiyah region. Its stream maintains a constant flow of water throughout the year. Large pools of water and boulders are scattered along the course of the wadi. As a geographical area, Wadi Bani Khalid covers a large swathe of low land and mountains. Caves form some of the interesting features of this wadi. These include Kahf Maqal which is one of the Sultanate's underground chambers.

    1330h :Moqal Cave

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    Muqal Cave is located near the famous water pools in Muqal. On entering the cave, the roar of underground water flowing through its hard rocks will assail your senses; your eyes will be captivated by the beautiful rock formations, and you’re sure to be mesmerized by the water pools and streams flowing along Wadi Muqal Road.

    1800h :Back to Muscat

    Dress Code:

  • Light summer clothing is suitable during warm season as well as hats, sunglasses and sunscreen is recommended.
  • Men and Women should wear clothing that is shoulder and knee covered when in public especially on villages and souqs.
  • Possibility to swim with modest clothing, swimwear should be confined to the beach or hotel pools only.
  • Sweaters or jackets may be required during cold season especially at night.
  • Comfortable shoes are always advised to wear.
  • Terms and Conditions Apply

    35 OMR
    1 Person inclusive of lunch

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    Quriyyat Wadi Shab Saturday Coach Tour

    Information

    Pick up point

    Zawawi Mosque Al Khwair (Service road) 0700h - 0720h & Shatti Al Qurum (Costa coffee façade) 0730h – 0745h

    0900h :Wadi Shab

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    This wadi is arguably one of the most gorgeous destinations in Oman. Beyond the breathtaking entrance, the wadi rewards you with views of aquamarine pools, waterfalls and terraced plantations; kingfishers add glorious splashes of color. For the adventurous, there are plenty of opportunities for (discreet) swimming and a visit to a partially submerged cave.

    1230h :Wadi Shab Hotel (Lunch)

    1400h :Bimmah Sinkhole

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    The blue-green, brackish water at the bottom of this peculiar 40m by 20m limestone hole invites a swim and a snorkel. The intrepid can inch round the ledges that surround the pool and dive into the deep unknown. It's known locally as Bayt al-Afreet (House of the Demon); you could come face to face with more than you bargained for in the water, the depth of which is still uncertain. If the demon eludes you, look out for the equally elusive blind cavefish instead.

    0915h :Quriyyat Fishing Village

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    Quriyyat is a small fishing village 83km southeast of Muscat, Oman, adjacent to the towns of Sur, Diman Wa Tayeen and Amerat. A popular stopping point on the way to Sur, Quriyyat is in itself also a very popular destination for Muscat.

    1700h :Back to Muscat

    Dress Code:

  • Light summer clothing is suitable during warm season as well as hats, sunglasses and sunscreen is recommended.
  • Men and Women should wear clothing that is shoulder and knee covered when in public especially on villages and souqs.
  • Possibility to swim with modest clothing, swimwear should be confined to the beach or hotel pools only.
  • Sweaters or jackets may be required during cold season especially at night.
  • Comfortable shoes are always advised to wear.
  • Terms and Conditions Apply

    35 OMR
    1 Person inclusive of lunch

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