Oman Air unveils Khasab holiday package
Muscat, April 27, 2009
Oman Air Holidays, along with the Ministry of Tourism has come up with a Khasab holiday package, which is the perfect weekend solution for residents and tourists in Oman.
For just RO99 ($257) per person 'excluding taxes', one can enjoy the picturesque Khasab for three days and two nights in the 4-star Golden Tulip hotel twin-sharing with complimentary breakfast.
And for the first time there is a great Cruise’n’Fly option together with the National Ferry Company. For no extra cost one has the choice of flying in one direction and cruising on the world’s fastest ferry on the other. This offer is sure to entice those who are looking for short-trips within Oman, feels an Oman Air official.
Oman Air is the only airline flying to Khasab which is attracting tourists from far and wide.
Known for its picturesque beauty and solitude, Khasab offers adventure for those inclined towards that side.
With crystal clear aquamarine waters offering great diving and snorkeling options and the clean beaches making an ideal choice for beach games and activities, the nearby jebels offer the perfect perch for hiking and rock-climbing. The inlet of sea snaking through ravines creates a feeling so special to this place, he added.
'This is a unique way to stay in a lovely hotel while discovering the pleasures of Khasab and cruising the dramatic Omani coastline on the high-speed ferry,' stated Nigel Stoker, general manager, Oman Air Holidays.
Oman Air has been actively promoting a campaign titled, 'Short Breaks – Naturally!' featuring Khasab and many attractions in Oman, in all the GCC countries.
This package is valid only till September 15.-TradeArabia News Service
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