Witness Arabian Hospitality onboard an Omani Dhow! 239 AED instead of 500 AED for a traditional cruise along the coastline of Musandam with Buffet Lunch, Unlimited Refreshments, Banana Ride, Fishing, Snorkeling and Swimming with Arabia Horizons Tours
In A Nutshell
- Snorkeling and hand line fishing equipment included
- Oman visa not required for this tour
- Join the cruise at Oman Dibba Port
The Fine Print
- 1 Groupon per person, may buy multiple gifts
- Valid for 3 months
- Not valid with other offers
- Please call to reserve your space, subject to availability: 04- 2946060
- Children below 4 year are free of charge
- Travelers should have an original ID for identification at the
police check point: Accepted documents are: Passport, Emirates ID or Labor card
- Transfers from/to Dubai or Sharjah available at additional cost. Call for details and booking.
Ocean cruises are a luxurious way to relax and see the sights, unless you are participating in a sea race, saddled atop a whale. Cruise the blue in comfort with today’s Groupon. Set sail, the traditional way on an Omani Dhow along the coastline of Musandam and experience Arabian hospitality. A Buffet Lunch, Unlimited Refreshments, Banana Ride, Fishing, Snorkeling and Swimming for 239 AD instead of 500 AED with Arabia Horizons Tours.
Seafarers will return to shore with new sea knowledge of the Arabian land. Be welcomed with Arabic tea or coffee. Laze around and get a bronzed glow, whilst you feast your eyes on white and salty mountains. As you pass by the naturally carved caves, through the deserted Haffa village and Ziggy beache, the Omani culture beckons you to dive slightly deeper. Plunge into the azure waters with a snorkel and flippers and swim with the underwater beings. Once you have had your fill of the ocean, dig into an appetizing buffet Arabian lunch, complete with local flavours. Relax in a sweet languor and soak up the sun while you wait for the dolphins to warm up to you and make an appearance. Make a call and get ready to listen to the lull of the Arabian traditions.