Salalah Port receives cruise ship with 1457 passengers

Salalah: Salalah Port received a cruise ship with 1,457 passengers on board, including 807 tourists, as part of its tourism program in a number of ports around the world.

The program for the passengers of the cruise ship coming from Jeddah Islamic Port and heading to Mumbai, India, included visiting the most important archaeological, touristic and historical landmarks for which the Dhofar Governorate is famous, in addition to visiting the beaches and traditional markets in the city of Salalah.

A cruise ship coming from Greece will also arrive at Salalah Port tomorrow, carrying more than 4,500 passengers, including approximately 3,000 thousand tourists. It is worth noting that the Sultanate of Oman witnesses the visit of a number of cruise ships annually. Due to its distinguished maritime location overlooking the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea, and the Sea of ​​Oman.

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