The Frankincense Route

The Gulf sultanate of Oman presents an extraordinary kaleidoscope of natural and manmade beauty: deserts, mountains and beaches on the one hand, and striking architecture, colourful textiles, and intricate woodwork, jewellery and pottery on the other. The sultanate’s 300-year rule over Zanzibar has left its indelible mark on this Indian Ocean Island also: not least in the exotic mix of Islamic and Swahili influences most notable in the island’s so-called Stone Town with its intoxicating collection of winding alleys, bustling bazaars, mosques and grand houses with their brass-studded carved doorways. This captivating tour includes a brief stopover in the Qatari capital of Doha to visit the world’s largest collection of Islamic art.

Detailed information available late 2017. For further details, please click ‘Request Info’.

 

This tour is part of the World Art Tours program organised by the Art Gallery Society of NSW in partnership with Renaissance Tours.

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Per person, twin-share (approximately)

AUD 10,000

Single Supplement* (approximately)

AUD 2,500

*Single travellers may request to share.
Please advise at time of booking.