Distance from Muscat approx. 170 km driving through mountains zig-zag roads with average drive time – 2½ hours.
Nizwa, one among the oldest cities of the Sultanate, this was once the middle of education and art
Nizwa Fort, completed within the 1650s, was the seat of power during the rule of the Al Ya’ruba dynasty and is Oman’s most visited memorial.
A few drives away from Nizwa lies in the mysterious town of Bahla,The old Bahla fort with its 12 km wall is that the oldest in Oman. The fort is believed to possess been inbuilt pre-Islamic times and is now undergoing reconstruction sponsored by UNESCO and therefore the site is included on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage monuments. a long-distance beyond Bahla lies the Castle of Jabreen
Nizwa was, the capital of Oman inside the young people of Islam was the support of the passionate scholarly movement and created ages of Omani researchers, researchers, and students of history.
Altoona Cave, Bahla Fort, Bahla Souq, Bayt Ar Rudaydah Castle, Grand Canyon, Jabal Shams (Sun Mountain), Jabreen Castle, Misfat Al Abriyeen, Nizwa City, Nizwa Fort, and Nizwa Souq.