Seeb Fish Market
After the breakfast tour begins.
Drive from Muscat to Nizwa 170 Km, 2 hrs.
Lunch in a local restaurant.
Drive to Seeb Fish Market 32 Km, 30 Minutes
Arrival in Nizwa and visit Nizwa Fort, Nizwa Souq, Nizwa, Watch Tower, (Cattle Market, Bird Market, Carpet Market only on Fridays)
Seeb Fish Market :- The new fish market is a tribute to Oman’s past and future. The town of Seeb is known for its long trading history, unique port and long-standing fishing tradition. Located near the city’s original fish market, which was built in 1960, the new market represents the continuation of the region’s trading and fishing traditions, while also meeting Oman’s need to cater to its growing tourism industry.
Drive to Nakhal Fort 65 Km, 50 Minutes
Nakhal Fort:- Although the government rebuilt much of the existing walls for this castle in the seventeenth century, it was initially constructed in the pre-Islamic periods (i.e., ninth century). Various defenses and guns surround the fort’s peak, and the fortifications are formidable. In the background, you may even make out the craggy Al Hajar Mountains. It’s rewarding to stroll in a roundabout the exterior of the castle prior you explore the interior to get a more profound examination of the ramparts. These are awesome, and they somewhat take you back to the medieval era.
Drive to Ayn Thowarah 3 Km, 8 Minutes
Ayn Thowarah:- This is a hot spring that is located beside Nakhal Fort naturally. In Nakhal, you must explore Al Thawarah Hot Spring, one of Oman’s most fabulous thrilling tourist destinations. The Nakhal Fort isn’t too far from the swimming hole, and an artificial swimming pool and a river in which the spring flows are pleasant for a walk. It would be best if you went during the weekdays because the weekend is usually very crowded.
Drive to Rustaq Fort 54 Km, 50 Hrs.
Rustaq Fort:- A tour to Oman’s Al Rustaq Fort, built during the thirteenth century, is a must-visit for any vacation there. This is among the nation’s most renowned and significant castles, and for tourists, it also has one of the best-looking exteriors. The three-story fort contains four twenty-meter, i.e., 65-foot high turrets, a weapons chamber, a mosque, and a prison. The fort’s summit is well worth the climb there! Superb views are provided on all sides. However, it’s advisable to carry water. Based on the weather, the ascent to this fort’s summit might be very warm.
Drive back to Muscat 145 Km, 1 Hrs. 35 Minutes
Overnight in Muscat.
- Pick up and Drop off as per itinerary in a Saloon car vehicle
- Services of an experienced English/Arabic speaking chauffeur
- All sightseeing as per the program
- Water during the excursion
- Any personal shopping/Monuments ticket/Any Meal
- Additional areas you may wish to visit
- Anything/Everything not mentioned in inclusions