Rub al-Khali and lost Bedouins city Ubar

Geodes  stone 
Dune Drive 
Sunset,empty quarter  
 Lost City Ubar
Thumrait Town - which was Famous as a Bedouin Settlement.
Lost City of Ubar
Al Hasman (Fasad), Sand Dunes.
The frankincense trees of Wadi Dawkah (UNESCO World Heritage Site)


Main Route


The Day Tour Include
Lost City Of Ubar ,Lost City’ Of Ubar, an Ancient Site Where Remains of The City were Discovered in 1992 , By Archaeologists Using Remote Sensing Equipment. Ubar is Believed to Have Been Populated From 2800 Bc to About 300 Ad And to Have Been at one Time an Important Trading Center for Frankincense Before it Was Buried in The Rising Dunes,There is a Small Museum at the Site Displaying Archaeological Discoveries. the Bleak, arid Desert of Rub Al Khali or Empty Quarter Stretches from the Foothills of The Mountains to an Enormous Sandy Plain, which Covers Much of The Area, the Region is Known for Oil and Archaeological Sites.
Exciting Drive Through the Spectacular Al Hasman (Fasad) Sand Dunes, More than 200 Meters in Height for a Unique Experience at the Spectacular Dunes with their Changing Colors Running Together in Great Impenetrable Ranks and Towering With Vast Smooth Slopes And Wafer-Thin Like Ridges. 
On Road Back Visit Wadi ‘Dawka’ (Unesco World Heritage Site) .


Route Map
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Tour Availability
Daily /7 Days


Tour type                                                    Adventure 
Time from                                                    07.00 AM- 06.30 PM 
Distance in KM                                            approximately 650 km 
Cost for the Tour                                        155 Omani Rial - (
RO1 = US$2.6) / private car
 pax                                                             1-4
(Extra Person Children from 1 to 12 Free / UP 12 Years 10 Omani Rial )


Price include
    Hotel pickup and drop-off or any place in Salalalh
   Travel by a 4wd with experienced local guide.
    Water & refreshments
     lunch-Picnic Lunch


Additional info
Comfortable light clothing - walking shoes suitable for most of the year, sweaters or jackets may be needed for the winter months, especially in the evenings. Good quality Sunglasses are advised, Hats and some protection for the head are advisable when in direct sunlight, Oman has conservative dress traditions, Swimwear must be confined to the beach and hotel pools, Men and women should ensure shoulders and knees are covered when in public, especially in souks, shops/malls and villages, head scarf for women in the grand mosque visit.



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