Safari Hotel

PO Box 202, Nizwa, 611, Oman | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on PO Box 202, Nizwa.
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    Travel Blogs from Nizwa

    To Nizwa

    A travel blog entry by dskerik on Mar 19, 2014

    4 comments, 12 photos

    ... fort which is a UNESCO site. Could totally see why as it had parts that were falling down! Again, the history is amazing. So glad that we have friends here. Way nicer having Craig as a tour guide then having to depend on tour group bookings and lots of other tourists! We saw a couple of tour groups as they were leaving the fort which was awesome because we had the ...

    The Grand Mosque, Nizwa & the Mountains

    A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Nov 02, 2013

    ... Snacked in a café run by two Nepalese! (the Omani coffee with local dates was a definite highlight).
    An afternoon exploring the non-touristy Al Aqr quarter of Nizwa (mud brick ruins & half ruins, some inhabited by Pakistanis) & then al Hamra old town before climbing up the mountainside to Misfat Al Abryeen, where my lodgings were to be found. I rang from the carpark at the end of the road and someone came to guide me thru the pedestrian village to the cluster ...

    Green Mountain

    A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage on Apr 06, 2013

    20 photos

    ... trees and well-known roses are incredible! They add such a contrast with the rest of the dry landscape! It is weird though that the villages look very dilapidated, people living in unfinished small houses, with broken glass and dirty surroundings, when just above them, on the plateau, all kinds of huge and brand news houses are being built. It is almost as if no one cares for the villagers who are taken over not at all by the tourists, but by ...

    Jabal Shams, Grand Canyon

    A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage on Oct 30, 2012

    24 photos

    ... radieux et regardant vers le bas du «Grand Canyon», on peut se sentir pris de vertige ... un petit sentier serpente jusque dans la vallée étroite tout en bas ... dans un village que nous sommes allés visiter ensuite, une fois que nous étions redescendus de la montagne et avons roulé dans le canyon pour le voir. Un village littéralement coupé du reste du monde si il pleut et que son cours d'eau ...

    House camping

    A travel blog entry by katcline on Jul 20, 2012

    1 comment

    ... that's okay. Also, solid chunks of silver are heavy. Suitcases have weight limits. Instead, I got one with silver foil that I inexplicably wanted, and an aluminum one because that's more or less what seems to be the next step down. I didn't withdraw enough money for the nicer one, but we're going to Mutrah Monday. Nizwa is a better place to get this kind of knife, but I'm going to try here in Muscat anyways. Then we were on to sightseeing.
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