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The Main Idea Of Traveling With Us Is To Create New Friends and live with other travelers in one house like a family sharing Breakfast , Daily Tours And Activities For 7 Days  .

Our House Can Accommodate 10 Guests at a time for Each 7 days Campaign

Yes Groups Can Contact Our team For a Special rates 

We Have 2 Types Of Bedrooms  – Bedroom With 2 Single Beds For 2 Guests And Rooms With A king Bed For Couples 

 Please Contact Us For Booking Private Rooms

You Can Cancel Your Booking Before 72 Hours From Check in with 50% Refund 

Only Through Our Website Upon Booking 

All Places With Entrance Fees are Included in Package 

In Case Of Cancelation 50% Of payment will be refunded 

Our Campaigns Are fixed Scheduled for 7 Days 

The Breakfast is a mix Of continental and traditional Foods 

Lunch And Dinner are Not Included In the Package 


Yes, Oman is considered one of the safest countries in the Middle East for tourists. It has a low crime rate, and the local people are known for their hospitality.

The best time to visit Oman is during the cooler months, from October to April. This is when the weather is more pleasant for outdoor activities.

It depends on your nationality. Many visitors can obtain a tourist visa on arrival at Omani airports. However, it’s essential to check the latest visa requirements before your trip.

Pack lightweight, breathable clothing for the hot weather, along with modest attire for visits to mosques and conservative areas. Don’t forget sunscreen, a wide-brimmed hat, and comfortable walking shoes.

The currency in Oman is the Omani Rial (OMR). Credit cards are widely accepted in cities, but it’s advisable to carry cash for smaller towns and markets.

While Arabic is the official language, English is widely spoken, especially in tourist areas. Learning a few basic Arabic phrases can be helpful and appreciated.

Alcohol is available in some hotels and bars, but it’s not widely consumed in Oman. Be mindful of local customs and the legal restrictions on alcohol.

Yes, Oman is a conservative country. Dress modestly, especially when visiting religious sites. Public displays of affection are discouraged, and during Ramadan, avoid eating, drinking, or smoking in public during daylight hours.

Some top destinations include Muscat, Nizwa, Wahiba Sands, Sur, Ras Al Jinz, Salalah, and Jebel Shams. Each offers a unique experience of Oman’s culture and natural beauty.

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