Musandam Cruise

Dibba, Oman

From AED 375


  • Pick-Up Time:
    • 7:30-8am (Timings may vary)
  • Pick-Up Point:
    • Within Dubai and Sharjah only

Trip Details

    • Fishing
    • Diving
    • Snorkeling
    • Swimming

    • Lunch & Meal:
    • Continental & Arabic Buffet
    • Fresh mixed salad, hamoos, French fries
    • Lamb or chicken biryani (Arabic Style)
    • Unlimited soft drinks, water, juice, coffee and tea
    • Fruit basket and sweets


The Musandam peninsula, situated on the northern part of Arabia, is one of the most striking sites in the region. The peninsula is an exclave of Oman, separated from the rest of the country by the United Arab Emirates. Come with us on a trip to the naturally curved limestone mountains, with irregular peaks, bordered by low foothills surrounded by wadis - a breathtaking experience! Visit these unique mountains for a diverse holiday full of excitement and escapade, both by land and sea. Our Musandam Dibba Tour starts 8am, passing by Sharjah, heading to Dibba Harbour where we will transfer you to a dhow. Relax on the cushions and carpet with drinks and a delicious buffet lunch, while cruising Musandam, feasting your eyes with striking scenery! Mussandam Dibba Tour is subject to weather conditions. As per Oman law, a passport is required for tourists, or a Labor Card for UAE Residents.

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