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    Nature excursion, Swimming, Tasting

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After you will board your traditional Omani dhow, the cruise will take you towards Musandam's longest and most spectacular fjord, which is often referred to as “Norway of Arabia”. Here calm, turquoise waters contrast with the creamy white limestone cliffs. Along the way you will pass small fishing villages. Dolphin are often spotted swimming alongside the dhows while you will be cruising inside the fjords. The dhow will then cruise to The Telegraph Island, here the British laid the first telegraph cable in 1864, it ran from India to Basra, Iraq and the island was manned for some 5 years. The dhow will anchor in the vicinity of Telegraph Island, allowing you to take a swim or just sit back and enjoy the place while admiring breathtaking views of mountains rising in the distance to over 2,000 feet. You will then leave the anchorage and conclude this wonderful experience with a leisurely cruise back to the pier.

What you need to know

The order of the itinerary may vary. Guests must be in good physical health, this excursion is not recommended for guests with mobility problems. Space is limited, so please reserve early. In case of bad weather conditions the tour could be cancelled. Do not forget your swimming costume, towel, sunglasses and plenty of sunscreen. No tender service to Telegraph Island will be provided. The swim do not take place in shallow water so guests must be able to swim