Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara launches camping adventures

In collaboration with Oman Expeditions, the offering includes a two-night camp experience

Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara launches camping adventures
Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara launches camping adventures

Oman’s Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara has introduced its Luxe Mobile Camping Adventures in collaboration with travel specialist, Oman Expeditions.

The offering is claimed to be the first luxury mobile camping experience to take guests across the terrain of the Dhofar province from the mountains to the desert to the sea.

Drawing on the country knowledge and experience of Oman Expedition’s founder Sean Nelson camping experience aims to provide resort guests with both, the traditional heritage aspect as well as the luxury and comfort aspect.

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Travelling via 4x4 vehicles, a sample itinerary would include two nights camping with three days of various activities held by guides and scholars in the desert, on the Dhofar coastline and on the Dhofar Mountains.

The mobile camping adventures are offered from late September through April.

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