10 Nov Masirah Island
The island is located in south east Oman, and is within the administration of A’Sharqiyah South Governorate. It is surrounded by several other islands, Marsis, Cha’nazi and Kalban. Marsis is the largest island in Oman and is a landmark in the middle of the sea. To the viewer, it looks like a jewel amid the azure waters. The visitor is enchanted by the island’s beautiful and diverse natural environment, clearly seen in its abundant marine life. The island has expansive agricultural fields. Because of the fertility of its soil, plants quickly spring up after rainfall. The island also has a number of mountains on Ras Halif, Rasia, Al Ija and other places, and enjoys temperate weather year round.
As a visitor to Masirah Island, you’ll feel here the harmony of nature, the pervasive calmness of the sea waves, and the cool breeze which envelopes you, giving you a profound sense of serenity as you breathe the pure air. The beaches provide an unparalleled opportunity to see clusters of rare sea turtles lay their eggs.
You can reach the island by a large ferry, known locally as Alyasoora. This is a large carrier that carries cars, goods and people to and from the island. The island can also be accessed by air.
For day trips, lunch is included.
Package includes four wheel drive (Land Cruiser or equivalent) for maximum of four persons with an English speaking driver.
Package cost doesn’t include room rates.
Multilingual guide and accommodation available on request with additional cost.