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Day 01
Flight to Muscat, Oman’s Capital.
[x]Breakfast [x] Indian Lunch [Y] Dinner on flight

Day 02
Depending on the arrival time at Muscat International Airport, you will be met by a representative and transferred to your hotel. Check in the hotel will be from 14:00hrs. The rest of the time will be free to relax at your hotel. Overnight in Muscat.
[Y] Breakfast [x] Lunch [x] Dinner

Day 03
Muscat City Tour - Sunset Cruise
Leaving this morning we head to the Grand Mosque, a beautiful example of Arabian Islamic architecture (dress restrictions apply for men and women). Continue our tour by driving along the waterfront Corniche heading to the magnificent Al Alam Palace, official palace of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos for a photo stop, then onto the 16th century Portuguese Mirani and Jalali forts (photo stop). We’ll visit the colourful Muttrah Souq for a chance to browse an oriental bazaar. In the early evening, we have a 2-hour sunset cruise along the magnificent coastline of Muscat. Overnight in hotel.
[Y]Breakfast [x] Lunch [x] Dinner

Day 04
Muscat - Jabrin - Nizwa
Today we depart for Nizwa. The Oasis city of Nizwa, which was once the capital of Julanda Dynasty in the 6th & 7th Century AD is today the most popular tourist attractions with its historical buildings & imposing Nizwa fort. The fort with its enormous round tower built in the 17th century by Imam Sultan Bin Saif Al Ya'aruba to defend the route to the interior, dominates the entire area, the town has grown around the edifice. The top is possible only accessible by an arrow, twisting staircase barred by heavy wooden doors, studded with metal. From the top one can get a bird's eye view of the city. Continue the exploration by visiting the Nizwa Souq, renowned for its intricately hand-carved "Khanjar" and ornately designed silver Jewellery. On a Friday a unique goat and cattle auction is held. Continue to Jabrin Fort, en-route, stopping at BAHLA for a photograph of the Bahla Fort, now a World Heritage Site.On arrival  at Jabrin visit the castle, built in the late 17th Century, it became a seat of Omani learning. It has been well planned layouts with room for the “Wali” - the ladies room, the kitchen, the MAJLIS” etc. Most of the ceilings are decorated with beautiful paintings with Islamic motifs, visit the ruins of TANUF and see the Falaj System(water irrigation system) which is still in operation. Overnight in Nizwa.
[Y] Breakfast [Y] Lunch [x] Dinner
Day 05
Nizwa - Sinaw – Ibra - Wahiba Sands