If you’re looking to add a trip to Oman to your UAE itinerary, then an exciting new bus service about to launch on 1 October 2023 with Mwasalat will be just the ticket to your next adventure.
Travelling via Al Ain, the Muscat to Abu Dhabi service will cost passengers OMR11.5 (AED 110) one way, with 23kg of luggage, plus 7kg of hand luggage included.
The journey is estimated to take 5 hours in each direction.
Passengers will need to have a valid passport and entry visa to use the bus service. More to follow soon as we learn more about this exciting new development!
Check out this guide on our partner website for tips on how to organise your own self-drive road trip to Oman!
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