Half Day Dhow Cruise Khasab

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Khasab Musandam Dhow Cruise To Khourshem fjords

Khourshem is a spectacular sheltered 16 km long fjord with crystal clear water. The fjord with the high mountains has given the area a second name The Norway of Arabia. Half Day Dhow Cruise starts from 9:30AM to 1:30PM and 1:30PM to 5:30PM. We will take you by dhow inside the Khors created by fragmented rock stretching claw-like into the sea and massive overshadowing cliffs towering above are magnificently reflected in the water below. During your Dhow Cruise Trip you can see some of small traditional villages and few islands.

Tour includes:
Refreshments Tea, Coffee, Fruits (Apple, Banana, Orange), Cola Drink, Mineral Water for you to enjoy your tour better than before.
Luxury carpets and cushions.
Snorkeling equipment and life-jackets.
Toilet on the boat.

Dhow Cruise Activities

Watching dolphin on the way

Khasab Musandam region is famous for natural dolphins. Watching Dolphins is a part of life enjoyment, which is also included in Half Day Dhow Cruise. You can see lots of dolphins, watching them playfully ducking diving will leave you with pleasant memories.
Snorkeling in the Fjords of Musandam could be enjoyed at Telegraph Island. Snorkeling is done to see the corals inside the sea and to enjoy the crystal clear water around the peninsula. This could be done along the dhow cruise package. We provide you snorkeling gears for free.
During this tour, boat will be hanged for 30-to-40 minutes near The Telegraph Island, you can swim & snorkel and enjoy the adventures tour.

Exploring Musandam Fjords

Musandam Peninsula has an abundance of sheltered fjords - tourist can explore the towering fjords.

Sightseeing's & Visit to Telegraph Island

Sightseeing of some fisherman villages Sham, Nadifi, Qanaha. Visit to Telegraph Island Telegraph Island also known as Jazirat al Maqlab is situated in the Elphinstone Inlet, about a mile off the shore of the Musandam Peninsula, which is part of the sultanate of Oman.