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Excursion 'RELAXATION AND PEACE IN SALALAH'

Description

An excursion to discover Salalah, a city in south Oman, which holds natural beauty, particularly in the Khareef (spring/summer) season, when the region is affected by the annual monsoon, transforming it into a luxury garden with streams and waterfalls.



What we will see
  • The city of Salalah
  • Archaeological site of Al-Balid
  • Shanfari Mosque (outside)
  • Al Husn Souk
  • Site of the 14 camel-hoof-shaped prints of the She-Camel of the Prophet Salih
  • Al Husn Palace


What we will do
  • Capital of the region of Dhofar, former kingdom of Queen Saba, in south Oman, Salalah is known as the “perfume capital”. Located along the incense trail, it is a jewel tucked away between the blue of the Indian Ocean and the unexpected deep green of its mountains.
  • Our half-day excursion to Salalah, an important place even in terms of its historic and archaeological outline, begins with a visit to the archaeological site of Al-Balid, which houses elements attesting the cultural, historic and archaeological heritage of the entire region.
  • We will then head to the Shanfari Mosque visiting the outside and stop to take photographs.
  • We will continue our tour to Al Husn Souk, the old, evocative market where incense, materials, gold and silver are sold.
  • Subsequently, we will visit the site of the 14 camel-hoof-shaped prints of the She-Camel of the Prophet Salih.
  • Finally, we will pass by the Al Husn Palace, the summer residency of His Highness, Sultan Qaboos.
When would you like to leave?
Adult € 60.00
Child (3-13 old) € 45.00
Length 4 hours approximately
Level Easy Easy
Type Cultural Cultural
Good for shopping Good for shopping
Recommended for families Recommended for families
 
What you need to know
  • Dollars are accepted in the souk.
  • The itinerary may be subject to change.
  • The excursion may take place in the morning or afternoon.
  • On Thursdays, Fridays and national holidays, museums, mosques, archaeological sites and shops may be closed without warning.