Get ready to spend three remarkable days of cultural exploration in the three top destinations in Southern Taiwan. Explore the harbor city of Kaohsiung where you will learn about Buddhism and observe the historical architecture of its temples. Admire the natural beauty of Kenting National Park and stroll through several historical sites in the ancient capital city of Tainan.
Enjoy Eastern Taiwan in four days starting in Hualien where you will spend an exciting East Coast tour starting from Taiwan’s Last Unspoiled Land where the natural fascinating landforms are located. Experience Amis traditional culture and their unique lifestyle. Admire the abundant plant life in the East Rift Valley and the natural beauty of Taroko Gorge.
Tour around Taiwan Island in 5 fascinating days where you begin your adventure by admiring the natural landscape of Sun Moon Lake where you can explore the lake and learn about Buddhism in the exquisite Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Monastery. Head to Kaohsiung, the second largest city in Taiwan and observe the captivating Kenting National Park for its coral-rimmed shoreline as well as the fascinating geological features of the East Coast and Taroko National Park.
Enjoy this unique blend of ancient and modern architecture in the beautiful city of Muscat, which lies in the middle of a maze of brown pleated mountains, lulled by the Arabian Sea.The tour will start with a visit to the Grand Mosque, and continue with a drive through the ministries area where you can see a number of modern buildings with touches of Islamic architecture. You will then visit the fish market and the Muttrah Souq (market), followed by a visit to Bait Al Zubair Museum. Finally, you will stop at the magnificent Al Aalam Palace, the official residence of Sultan Qaboos, for a photo opportunity.
Forts and castles are Oman's most striking cultural landmarks and together with its towers and city walls, they have historically been used as defensive bastions or look-out points. It is estimated that there are over 500 forts, castles and towers in Oman. Our incredible tour will include a few of them, which are more remarkable and striking in their architecture & style. The ancient capital of Oman, Nizwa was a seat of learning and the birthplace of Islam in Oman. The 17th century round fort and the souq famous for silver jewelry are the major attractions of Nizwa, not to mention the popular and interesting cattle auction, which takes place on every Friday. Built on a solid base of rock, the huge tower was designed to withstand the vibrations of 24 cannons. We move on to Bahla famous for its handmade pottery. Bahla is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, however the fort here is now under renovation and is not open to public. Built as a defensive stronghold, the Jabreen is perhaps the finest of Omani castles. The castle has dungeons, passages, rooms and ceilings decorated with fine carvings & paintings.