Take a day-tour from Muscat to explore 2 of the Sultanate's most enchanting forts. Travel inland to the ancient capitol of Nizwa and the towns of Bahla and Jabreen to experience the heritage and history of Oman.
About this activity
- Free cancellation
- Cancel up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund
- Covid-19 precautions
- Special health and safety measures apply. Learn more
- Mobile ticketing
- Use your phone or print your voucher
- Duration 8 hours
- Check availability to see starting times.
- Instant confirmation
- Live tour guide
- Pickup included
- Pickup from hotels in Muscat
- Private group
- Enjoy a drive through the magnificent Hajar mountains
- Visit 17th century Nizwa Fort
- See some of Oman's most historical buildings
- Watch cows, goats and sheep being traded at one of the liveliest cattle markets in Oman
Due to health and safety regulations, this itinerary may change. See Know before you go for the latest updates.
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- Transportation in a luxury air-conditioned coach or mini-bus
- Services of an English-speaking guide
- Meals and drinks
- Personal expenses
- Optional activity costs
- All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
- Customers must keep distance in vehicles
- The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
- Customers are required to bring and wear masks
- Customers will get a mandatory temperature check
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Prepare for the activity
- Luggage or large bags
Know before you go
- Lightweight summer clothing is suitable for most of the year, but sweaters or jackets may be needed for the winter months, especially in the evenings. Good quality sunglasses are advised, and photo-chromatic lenses for those who wear spectacles. Hats or some protection for the head are advisable when in direct sunlight. The Sultanate of Oman has conservative dress traditions. Swimwear should be confined to the beach and hotel pools. Men and women should ensure shoulders and knees are covered when in public, especially in souks, shops and villages.
- Normal tourist photography is acceptable, but it is considered offensive to photograph Arab women. It is also courteous to ask permission before photographing men. Photographs of government buildings, police or military installations are not allowed.
- Due to ongoing COVID-19 protective measures, some of the attractions listed in the itinerary remain closed. As such, alternate visits/photo stops will be arranged.