With travel restrictions easing and the weather cooling, Al Mouj Golf has unveiled a range of packages allowing golfers to travel to Oman and experience the masterful Greg Norman designed championship course while immersing themselves in the varied and breath-taking beauty of a country that is increasingly establishing its place as a must-visit tourist destination.
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With the stunning Hajar mountains standing tall over the lush green grass, natural dunes and breath-taking oceanfront views at Al Mouj Golf, the course has gone onto win the 2019 IAGTO sustainability award for community value, due to its unique biodiversity, with 173 different bird species situated on site.
“Al Mouj is a must play if you’re ever in Oman. I’d say it’s the best course I’ve played in the Middle East.”
Commenting on the measures put in place to ensure visitors safe return to Al Mouj Golf, Nasser Al Sheibani, CEO of Al Mouj, said:
“Health and safety is our most important priority. Since our course re-opened over the summer, we have implemented precautionary measures to protect our staff, members and visitors from the spread of COVID-19, while monitoring the local, regional, and global health situation.
“The procedures we have in place follow government regulations and we are fortunate that golf is a sport that can be played socially distant. We look forward to welcoming as many visitors as possible over the coming months.”
Meanwhile off course, Al Mouj Golf is only a five-minute drive from Al Mouj Muscat, the perfect destination for signature lifestyle experiences. Al Mouj Muscat features oceanfront dining experiences, renowned through Muscat and Oman, with something for everyone on offer.
Being less than a five-hour drive from Dubai and Abu Dhabi, Oman serves up an enviable lifestyle that contrasts very differently from its opulent neighbors. All visitors to Oman will be met by a charming capital that provides a refreshing contrast to the skyscraper-clad cities that can be found elsewhere in the region.
Known for its dazzling bazaars, the Sultanate is blessed with a varied and beautiful topography.
From sleeping under the stars in the world’s largest sand desert to hiking in the Hajar Mountains or watching spinner dolphins cavort in the Gulf of Oman, the stable and unassuming nation has a wealth of attractions to offer the discerning tourist.
Packages start from just OMR210 per person for a two-night hotel stay and two rounds of golf, a full breakdown of packages can be seen below. The offers are valid until Dec. 20 2020.
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