Muscat Governorate
Speed & Jet Boat Tours

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Our most recommended Muscat Governorate Speed & Jet Boat Tours

  • Muscat: Dimaniyat Island Snorkeling Tour

    1. Muscat: Dimaniyat Island Snorkeling Tour

    Explore the Daymaniyat Islands, one of Oman’s most famous places to visit. Your itinerary begins with you stopping off at the Daymaniyat Islands Nature Reserve, before you advance onward to Seeb and the Muscat Governorate. From the starting point, travel for 45-50 minutes to Daymaniyat to reach to the islands. Once having arrived, your boat stops for you to enjoy the area's good visibility. This spot is perfect for snorkeling, swimming, and visiting the beach. On top of all that, it is the perfect location to simply relax and unwind. Your guides provide all the snorkeling gear, including life jackets, snacks, fruits, chips, and refreshments on board the boat. At the conclusion of your 4-hour experience, your friendly guide returns you back to your tour starting point.

  • Muscat: Full Day Boat Trip, Dolphin Watching, & Snorkeling

    2. Muscat: Full Day Boat Trip, Dolphin Watching, & Snorkeling

    Enjoy 4 unique activities in 1 exciting trip. Start your day with a ride on a speed boat where you'll be able to watch the dolphins spinning in the air and having fun while swimming in the beautiful sea of Oman. After watching the dolphins, you will stop to snorkel. Here, the crystal clear water enables you to see the most beautiful coral and colorful fish found in Bandar Kairan. The boat will then sail towards the beach for the much needed relaxation. Here you will be treated to a small Picnic on the secluded beach. Take in the serenity of cove and enjoy some free time on the beach to read, relax, swim, or bask in the shining sun. On the way back you will enjoy Oman's breathtaking coastline and then you will be dropped back to your hotel.

  • From Muscat: Dolphin Watching Tour

    3. From Muscat: Dolphin Watching Tour

    Experience dolphin watching in Oman and make your exploratory dreams come true. After being picked up from your hotel in Muscat, step on board a 2-hour cruise for the best chances of seeing dolphins throughout the year. Feel the chills of catching sight of a dolphin in mid-air. Spot the differences between several species, including the common dolphin, spinner, bottlenose, or Indo-Pacific. Admire the beauty of Oman’s coastline in between dolphin spotting.  Stay refreshed with drinks and snacks on board.

  • Muscat: Dolphin Watching and Snorkeling Experience

    4. Muscat: Dolphin Watching and Snorkeling Experience

    Following pickup from your Muscat accommodation, make way to the water to search for dolphins in the beautiful waters of Muscat. Regular visitors to this area include bottle-nose dolphins, common dolphins, spinner dolphins, and Risso's dolphins. After watching these beautiful cetaceans, unwind by snorkeling in the crystal clear waters at the nearest snorkeling point. Coral beds provide homes to an exotic variety of fish, which are a pleasure to observe. Once you are done enjoying the timeless magic of tropical fish in the wild, your guide returns you back to your Muscat City hotel.

  • From Muscat: Private Deep-Sea Fishing Boat Trip

    5. From Muscat: Private Deep-Sea Fishing Boat Trip

    Deep-sea fishing is known to be one of the top Muscat outdoor activities, especially for those who love being out on the water. The area has become a well-known destination for fishing the world over. Gear up for an exciting experience filled with adventure, beautiful weather and views, and clear waters swarming with fish. Head to the top location for deep-sea fishing to participate in a pastime adored by tourists and residents alike.  Your professional guide promises to provide not only the best deep-sea fishing experience possible, but also an exciting journey and a fun experience with your friends or family that will leave you satisfied, relaxed, and happy.

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