It is always found that nature with rich greenery, and land areas becomes a wonderland when the monsoon season comes. The real example of this fact is Salalah. There are lots of best places to visit in Salalah in the Middle East. This destination is rich in beautiful deserts, mountains, sand, and a dry & hot climate. If you also want to experience this kind of wonderful beauty then Salalah has many destinations from where you can spend the best time of your life. Get in touch with The Travel Makers and choose from our best Salalah tour packages to get the best sightseeing experience at the best prices. For more details, call us at +971-4256-2434 and have the best assistance throughout the Salalah trip.


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Places to visit in Salalah

Sultan Qaboos Mosque

If you are in Salalah and don’t know where to start, then we are here with the best choice to head to the Sultan Qaboos Mosque. This first-time and first-hand experience won’t let you regret your decision with The Travel Makers.  This Mosque has a perfect blend of historical and modern architecture. It is a perfect example of Arabic Architecture with plush green carpets, designed wall patterns, and imperial chandeliers. The thing that draws most tourists is its white domes and minarets with golden shapes.

Wadi Darbat

Visiting Wadi Darbat during monsoon is the most worthwhile thing that you do in Salalah. In the rainy season (Khareef season), this place becomes more glorious with trees, lakes, and beautiful waterfalls. With some appropriate rain, witnessing Wadi Darbat’s beauty is worthwhile. It is best to head to this wonder from July to September. Visitors can also enjoy some best activities here such as hiking, picnicking, boat riding, etc.

Al Mughsail Beach

Beaches in Salalah also can’t be ignored but Al Mughsail Beach is quietly different from the others and also a perfect place for a half-day trip. Visitors will find white-sandy beaches and crystal clear waters but the most attractive thing is that it is surrounded by lush green mountains. They can enjoy a picnic in the afternoon under the Frankincense trees. There is no doubt that it is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Middle East.

Taqah Castle

Another example of the beautiful mixture of ancient and modern architecture is Taqah Castle. This castle was built in the 19th century in the fishing village of Taqah which is 33km away from the east of Salalah. Now, it is a museum featuring several weapons, books, tools, and antiques that show the Omani way of living.

Salalah Festival

Tourists may often find lots of places that have historical features, but when we talk about the present, then the Salalah festival is the place to visit. The best part about this festival that is takes place during the Khareef season from 15th July to 31st August, which is likely the best time to visit Salalah and most of the people go there. It is also a perfect place to capture scenic memories in your camera as well as in your phone.

Al Husn Souq

Al Husn Souq (Al Haffa Souq) is a famous market in Salalah where you will find those items that you can’t find anywhere else. It is also a must-visit place where you will interact with the best culture and natural beauty. This place also gives an old open-air market vibe. Visitors will find various shops selling colorful clay pots, Omani dresses, perfumes and so much more.

Marneef Cave and Blowholes

The natural beauty of Salalah can be found at the Marneef Cave near Al Mughsail Beach. In the Khareef season, this place becomes more beautiful and visitors can enjoy stunning sceneries while being in the Marneef Cave. With a distance of 5 to 6 meters, you will reach the Al Mushsail Blowholes where you will enjoy the famous activity i.e. bird-watching.

Head to this natural wonder of the Middle East with our Salalah tour packages and immerse yourself in the beautiful creation of God. Your paradise-like journey is just a call away at +971-4256-2434. Get ready for the adventure with The Travel Makers now.