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Private Tour to Nizwa, Bahla, Jabrin Fort

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7-8 hours
Availability : All year round
Min Age : 2+
Max People : 4 people in one vehicle
  • The starting price of 94 USD is calculated with a 50% discount and based on 1 person in a group of 4 people.
  • The price for 1 person in a group of 2 people is 188 USD.
  • The minimum group size is 2 people.
Short tour description

During this trip, you will visit the 3 ancient parts of Oman: Nizwa, Bahla and Jabrin Fort.

Nizwa is one of the oldest cities in Oman and it was once a centre of trade, religion, education and art.

Bahla is notable as the home of one of the oldest fortresses in the country, the 13th-century Bahla Fort and the town’s pottery.

Jabrin is known for its impressive castle, which was built by the Yaruba dynasty Imam Bil’arab bin Sultan, who ruled from 1679 to 1692

Pick up and drop off place

Hotel lobby

Start time - End time

08:30 – 16:00

Price includes

  • Private excursion
  • Services of English-speaking driver-guide
  • Transport

Price excludes

  • Food and Beverages
  • Personal expenses
  • Entrance to Nizwa Fort = 13 USD per person


  • Water - 0.5 liters per person

Additional services

  • Guide, speaking certain language = 264 USD per group per full day up to 8 hrs - need to be booked in advance if required
  • Lunch supplement = 25 USD per person

The beginning of the tour

The tour starts at 08:30, your guide meets you in the lobby of your hotel.


A journey to the past through the Sumail Gap that divides the Western and Eastern Hajars and onto the Old Capital of Oman, Nizwa, famous for its silver souq and a big round fort.
After visiting the souq and the fort, proceed to Al Hamra, a picturesque old village reminding of Yemenite architecture and unto the beautiful rocky village of Misfat al Abriyyin. The mountain village is set amidst stunning landscape and has hardly changed over the years.


The time for lunch will be provided.

Bahla and Jabrin

Then we move to Bahla with the huge loam fort which is under renovation at present.
Bahla is also known as the pottery capital of Oman. Because of its cultural value, Bahla is placed in the UNESCO’s list of heritage monuments. Next visit is Jabrin fort, where you will find one of the most magnificent forts of Oman with its painted ceiling, dungeons, and hidden passages.

End of the tour

The tour ends at your hotel lobby.

Cancellation Policy
  • The tour can be cancelled up to 8 days prior to arrival without charges. In case of cancellation from 7 days to 0 days 100% of cancellation charges will apply.

Important notes

It is not recommended to do the tour on Fridays the forts are closed.

The above rates are only applicable for pick-up and drop-off with Muscat City Hotels, Shangri-la Resorts and Al Bustan Palace Hotel

Supplement of USD 95 per vehicles (total) will apply for all pick-up’s and drop-off’s to/from Al Nahda Resort

Supplement of USD 140 per vehicle (total) will apply for all pick-up’s and drop-off’s to/ from Sifawy Boutique Hotel & Millennium Al Mussanah


Tom West:

Many, many years ago, the city of Nizwa, located 174 km from Muscat, was the capital of Oman, its main economic and commercial center. Now it is a huge oasis of palm trees, stretching for 8 km and gradually beginning to claim the title of one of the main tourist resorts in the country.

Nizwa is famous for its ancient fortified fortress, as well as handmade gold and silver items (the choice is huge and prices are lower than in the neighboring Emirates). At the colorful market, you can buy silver jewelry and copper coffee pots, daggers, leather goods, antique gizmos and Arabian-style household utensils, as well as spices: vanilla, saffron, dried lemons. On some days of the week, a goat market is arranged on the square – it makes sense to look at the colorful action: not for the sake of a four-legged friend, but for immersion in Omani peasant life. Definitely worth a visit to anyone who loves the traditional oriental flavor!