Quick Facts about this Tour
- You will visit Grand Mosque, Al Amin Mosque
- You will visit the old town of Muscat, Visit National Museum and photo stop at Al Alam Palace
- You will visit Royal Opera House, the master piece of modern Architecture
Your first stop will be at Grand Mosque. the most exquisite Mosque in Oman. The developed part of the site, Including the fully consolidated areas and landscaping, covers 416,000 square metres. After Grand Mosque, we depart to Grand Al Ameen Mosque. The Mohammed Al Ameen Mosque is a magnificent and iconic artistic statement embellishing Oman’s skyline. Later visit to National Museum. The Museum is the biggest museum in the country. It was opened to public on July 2016. Housed in an imposing new building in the heart of Old Muscat, the National Museum makes a fitting consort for the Sultan’s Palace opposite. The emphasis of this contemporary museum is on quality rather than quantity, with space, light and height used to enhance the selective displays showcasing the heritage of Oman. Giant screens and high-tech devices bring the artefacts alive. Later stop at visit Al Alam Palace the official residence of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said the ruler of Oman. The palace is an architectural marvel for both its design and its location between the twin Portuguese forts Mirani and Jalali (A brief photograph from outside only).
After the photostop of Al Alam Palace break for lunch at Kargeen restaurant or simlar on own expense.
After lunch visit Royal Opera House. Royal Opera House Muscat is the leading arts and culture organization in the Sultanate of Oman. Located in Muscat, Oman, the vision of the Opera House is to serve as a centre of excellence in global cultural engagement.
- This tour involves lot of walking, steps at Al Ameen Mosque
- This tour is not suitable for those with injuries or conditions, which may not be able to walk. Pregnant women may not participate
Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque & Mohammed Al Ameen Mosque
A dress code is applicable to visit Grand Mosque and Al Ameen Mosque. Ladies should wear full sleeves shirt & head should be covered with scarf. Men should wear full pants, not allowed to wear shorts. Similar attire is recommended at Al Ameen Mosque too.
Saturday – Thursday from 0800-1100hrs
What to Bring:
- Sunscreen, Steady shoes, Hat
- Please pay attention to the local customs when taking photographs
What to Wear:
- Please ensure you dress respectfully. Knees and shoulders should be covered at all times.
- Please pay attention to the specified dress code by visiting Sultan Qaboos Mosque from inside.
GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS
- The prices are indicative and all respective services are purely subjected to availability upon final confirmations with payment.
- All current applicable taxes have been included while quoting. If there is any increase in government levies, existing tax structure, accommodation rates extended by respective hotels, hike in the fuel prices or air fare, etc. will be charged extra as applicable at the time of travel.
- VAT (Value Added Tax): Rates are subjected to the implementation of any new taxes introduced by the Oman government during the course of the contractual period. The said tax will be levied (if applicable) as per the government norms on the above rates quoted and will be effective as per the guidelines provided by the concerned government authorities.
- It is recommended that you take necessary travel insurance to cover medical expenses in case of an accident/illness, loss of baggage/personal belongings, change of air tickets and cancellation of the tour.
- All arrangements made by Infinite Tours are in the capacity of an agent only. We shall not be liable for any claims or expenses arising from circumstances beyond our control such as accidents, injuries, delayed flights, etc. & all acts of force majeure.