塞拉莱(Salalah)

沿着示巴女王(Queen of Sheba)的脚步
“阿拉伯海的新娘”
草木葱茂的城市

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塞拉莱(Salalah)

自然征服沙漠

在Qabus ibn Said执政之前,阿曼的国名为“马斯喀特和阿曼苏丹国”。在您的MSC地中海邮轮迪拜、阿布扎比与萨巴尼亚岛航程期间,它是一个不容错过的经停站。
塞拉莱(Salalah)
是该国西南省份佐法尔(Dhofar)的首府。 这个城市四周一片葱茏,丰富的植被仍然依靠季风带来的细雨灌溉。在这里,您可以找到椰子树和乳香木,后者可用以制造埃及人很早就开始使用的一种最珍贵的香料

当您下船并走进塞拉莱后,丰富的历史与艺术遗产将令您叹为观止。 您可以参观距塞拉莱不远的Khor Rori考古遗址,这里是古城Sumhuran的所在地,期间您还可以探索激动人心的示巴女王(Queen of Sheba)夏宫。

它如今是列入联合国教科文组织(UNESCO)世界遗产保护名单的众多阿曼名胜之一,这里也曾是重要的熏香出口港。 这片地带还拥有大量UNESCO世界遗产地,包括al-Balid考古遗址、Shisr/Ubar考古发现与石洞,以及距塞拉莱以北25公里的Najd地区的Dawkah谷

塞拉莱不仅有宝贵的阿曼历史遗产,还有丰富的动物资源(特别是飞经此地或在此栖息的大量鸟类),它因此而赢得了“阿拉伯海的新娘”这一美誉。 如欲欣赏当地最引人入胜的城堡之一,您可以选择短途观光之旅,前往距离塞拉莱33公里的Taqah。Ali bin Taman Al Ma'shani酋长于19世纪在那里建造的家园如今已成为阿曼文化博物馆。

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Oman

Atmospheres of a thousand and one nights
Atmospheres of a thousand and one nights

Nestled between the sea, the desert and the imposing mountains, descendent of a thousand year old culture, the Sultanate of Oman will make your heart leap.

The great expanse of sand, the Wahiba Sands, is the first tourist attraction, an unmissable stop on your cruise to Oman and the Emirates. 

Along the road from Nizwa to Sur, we venture into the desert following the sandy tracks which weave their way through copper coloured sand dunes and unforgettable scenery. 


Those looking for a real adventure during their trip to Oman can try a two wadi excursion, canyons which the periodic torrents carve out of this land and then leave the riverbeds dry. 

We reach the Wadi Bani Awf on a 4x4 track which crosses the Hajar mountains, touching some of the highest peaks and vertiginous gorges along thrilling paths. Instead, those who love trekking will like Wadi Shab


The vestiges of Oman's bellicose past can be seen in its many forts. One of the most unique is Nizwa's, with its enormous round tower in the centre. It has a diameter of 45 metres and was built in the 17th century by the Sultan Bin Saif Al Ya’rubi to protect the city. 

Jabrin Fort on the other hand is one of Oman's most impressive and best preserved forts. The sand-like building dates back to the 16th century and rises up from the desert in the middle of a palm grove, just five kilometres from Bahla.