Sur, 130km / 93 miles southeast of Muscat, served for centuries as the lynchpin of maritime trade across the Arabian Sea. Ships constructed here sailed as far afield as China and Zanibar, and the town’s great tourist attraction today is the dhow-building yard on the outskirts – one of the last of its kind surviving on the Arabian Peninsula. Climb to the hilltop fort above the harbour for impressive views over the warrenous old town, which retains a wealth of antique buildings, many sporting carved wood doors and elegantly arched windows.

Plan your Next Adventure

With the Summer almost upon us, now is the time to begin planning your next summer adventures in Asia. Our Travel Specialists are ready to take your call and discuss the adventure you have been dreaming of.

Make an enquiry

0208 566 3739

TransIndus Brochures 2024-25

Order Brochures