We are two 23-year-old guys who will be traveling from Dubai to Muscat on a road trip. We have been planning this for a few months now and are super excited to get started. We will be driving a Toyota Prado (4WD) and plan to leave Dubai on Nov 2nd. Our route will be Dubai -> Fujairah -> Muscat -> Sur -> Nizwa ->  Salalah -> Muscat ->  Burj Al-Qasab -> Dubai. We have planned out the trip by using a map, but we are not sure how long it will take us. We will be writing about our experiences along the way.

After spending two weeks in Dubai, we packed our things and headed to Oman. We were only in Oman for two days before we decided to leave, so one day, we decided to drive from Muscat to Dubai, which is a little over 500 km. The scenery was really beautiful and made us wish we had more time to spend in Oman. We took a lot of pictures, but it was really hard to capture the beauty of everything we were seeing. The drive took us around 3 hours, and we stopped once to get some lunch.

What To Do?

  • Dubai

Dubai is a popular tourist destination for its diverse cultures, architecture, and scenery. This spectacular city is a must-see for anyone planning a holiday in the Middle East. Here are some of the top things to do in Dubai to help you make the most of your trip!

#1 – Breathtaking Views

The Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world, standing at 828m (2,717ft).

You have just booked your ticket to Dubai, what should you do first? If you are a first-time visitor to the city, then this article will be helpful for you. Dubai is well known for its luxury shopping malls, extravagant hotels, and world-class entertainment. However, there are several things that you should not miss in this city.

  • Fujairah

From Dubai, you need to travel to Fujairah. With the help of this guide, you will know what to do and see in Fujairah. Fujairah is an emirate in the United Arab Emirates. Its strategic location on the Persian Gulf coast and proximity to India has made it an important trade hub for centuries. The city is the easternmost in the UAE and is bordered to the north by the Emirate of Sharjah.

As you travel through Fujairah, you will encounter attractions that will make you stop and think, “Why didn’t I know about this before?”

  • Muscat

From Fujairah, you will now travel to Muscat. Muscat is the capital and largest city of Oman.

Muscat has emerged as a major tourism hub in the Middle East. Muscat’s Mutrah Souq is the oldest, largest, and busiest in the country and a popular tourist destination. Muscat is also the gateway to Oman’s back-country and thus serves as a great base for outdoor recreation of all kinds.

Although the country is best known for its Arabian Oryx sanctuary and the Haima sand desert, it has a range of other interesting places to see, including several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These include the Al Ayn Traditional Village, the ruins of Sumhuram, the Muscat Port, and the archaeological site of Al-Balid.

Being the holiday season, many of us are planning to take a little time off for a vacation. While we are at it, why not take a road trip! We had the opportunity to plan the perfect trip for our clients, taking into consideration the traffic, road conditions, and weather. The trip was planned from Muscat to Salalah, and we are going to share this trip here with you.

Dubai is the capital of the United Arab Emirates. It’s a city of contrasts with a skyline that wouldn’t look out of place on the cover of a science-fiction novel. On the other hand, the city’s old town is a far cry from the country’s futuristic reputation, having sprung up in the nineteenth century as a fishing village. The city’s real draw, though, is its shopping. Dubai is home to some of the world’s most prestigious shopping malls, including the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.

The city is also home to the world’s largest flower garden and indoor ski slope. Outdoor activities abound in the surrounding desert, which is home to dunes that are hundre