Musandam

Timing

09:30 - 13:00 | 13:30 - 16:00

Activity Type

Half Day

About this Activity

A must-do when in Musandam! Dhow is an Arab lateen rigged boat usually having a long overhang forward, a high poop, and a low waist. A dhow cruise gives you the feel of a traditional experience when you’re in it.

A dhow trip offers an insight into the fantastic landscape. Discover ancient villages and swim and snorkel in the clear waters off Telegraph Island and Seebi Island, visiting Khor Shem, Qanaha and Maqlab along the way. There is a strong possibility you may see dolphins if you’re lucky.

You will be served delicious Omani lunch along with unlimited refreshments, You will enjoy a relaxed pace of the tour when you’re in the cruise leaving back the crowded city

Inside a Dhow Cruise

  • Unlimited refreshments as said above
  • Delicious omani food
  • Watch dolphins, snorkelling swimming, and view of Musandam fjords
  • Snorkelling and swimming equipments, life jackets will be provided
  • Basic toilet and shower facility with freshwater, hand wash, tissue papers, and towels

Musandam fjords have much more to entertain you. You will see mountains and feel like they are painted with a pencil. Small villages in the khour will enable you to meet different cultures and amazing people. You will be surprised to see how they have survived in these small villages.

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Includes

  • Basic Toilet on Dhow Boat, Snorkeling Equipment, Towels
  • Water, Soft Drinks, Omani Tea Coffee, Fresh Fruits
  • Lunch will be served on Boat.

Activities

  • Dolphins Watching, Swimming Snorkeling
  • Exploring Telegraph Island & Seebi Island.
  • Small Fishing Villages inside Fjords.

A dhow trip offers an insight into the fantastic landscape. Discover ancient villages and swim and snorkel in the clear waters off Telegraph Island and Seebi Island, visiting Khor Shem, Qanaha and Maqlab along the way. There is a strong possibility you may see dolphins if you’re lucky.

Notes

  • If you rent a car, make sure it has NOC to cross the border
  • If your personal car doesn’t have Oman insurance, you will get temporary insurance at the Oman border.
  • U.A.E exit fee is 35 AED per person whereas Oman entrance fee is 50 AED per person. 
  • Bring your original passports and U.A.E resident cards ( if applicable) with you.
  • Dubai to Khasab, it takes 3 hours to drive.  If you will be late, then extra charges will be made to catch the dhow boat via Speedboat.
  • Some nationalities (Asian, African, Soviet Union) having U.A.E resident cards or Tourists Visa in U.A.E are not allowed to enter Khasab, Musandam. Let us know your nationality & profession before arrival

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