- 2 Night’s accommodation on twin sharing basis (1 night at Safari Desert Camp/ Arabian Oryx Camp and one night at Falaj Daris hotel)
- Breakfast on day two & three.
- Dinner on day one at Safari Desert Camp/ Arabian Oryx Camp
- 4WD Car for 3 days as mentioned.
- English speaking guide cum driver.
- Entrance fees to Forts.
- Water & soft drinks.
- Any items of personal nature such as alcohol, laundry, telephone etc.
- Visa charges if any.
- Meals apart from the ones mentioned in the itinerary.
- Any activity or expense which are not listed in the “cost includes” sector.
Wahiba Sands - Safari Desert Camp / Arabian Oryx Camp
Nizwa - Falaj Daris Hotel
Standard check in time at the hotels: 1400 hrs. Standard check out time at the hotels: 1100 hrs.
All hotel reservations are subject to room availability at the time of actual confirmation.
In a case, where the requested hotel is not available for the travel dates mentioned, an alternate hotel of the same star category would be suggested. However, it would be confirmed only after getting the confirmation from the Tour Operator/client.
We are not holding any booking now. Confirmation will be subject to availability at the time of booking.
Supplement for Optional activities is available on request
Child supplement is available on request
Supplement for 3 local/picnic lunch: AUD 117.00 per person (01st October'2023-30th April'2024)
Supplement for 3 local/picnic lunch: AUD 147.00 per person (01st May'2024-30th September'2024)
Supplement for German/French speaking guide cum driver AUD 1015.00 for the full tour subject to availability.
DRESS CODE DURING TOURS
Grand Mosque - Women should wear attire covering their arms and legs and should cover their head with scarf. Men should wear casual shirt and trousers).
Swimming in Wadis – Wadis are a public tourist area and hence, it attracts both tourist & locals equally. Keeping in mind the country’s culture, all women are requested to wear clothes up to the knees. T-shirts & shorts are fine. However, bikinis only are not recommended.
Trekking - Take as little as possible as conditions are usually steep and hot. Boots are required and it should be lightweight but beware of the aggressive nature of the rocks. Trekking shoes and light coloured clothes are advisable.
During other tours – Smart casuals are suitable especially if visiting local villages and meeting local people.
We will make every effort to carry out the services offered herein to the satisfaction of the client, it may not be possible to provide the services fully or partially in the event of circumstances beyond our control like unfavorable weather, natural perils and acts of God etc. It may also necessitate deviation from the original itinerary in the event of damage to roads and wadi being inundated due to rains. We cannot be held responsible for any financial loss or consequential claims raised by the clients due to failure in service under these circumstances.