The Sultanate of Oman now allows visa-free travel to 103 countries


It can be off-putting to deal with paperwork when traveling.

Oman now allows travel from more than 100 countries without requiring a visa.

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Those eligible can now enter Oman for up to 14 days without a visa, sure to attract tourists from around the world.

A list of countries whose nationals are eligible for this new policy has been published by the Royal Oman Police (ROP).

Travellers from countries able to make the most of visa-free travel to Oman now include:

- Argentina
- Australia
- Austria
- Belgium
- Brazil
- Bulgaria
- Canada
- China
- Colombia
- Croatia
- Cyprus
- Czech Republic
- Denmark
- Finland
- France
- Georgia
- Germany
- Greece
- Hungary
- Iceland
- Indonesia
- Iran
- Ireland
- Italy
- Japan
- Luxembourg
- Malaysia
- Malta
- Monaco
- Netherlands
- New Zealand
- Norway
- Paraguay
- Poland
- Portugal
- Romania
- Russia
- Serbia
- Singapore
- Slovakia
- Slovenia
- South Africa
- South Korea
- Spain
- Sweden
- Switzerland
- Taiwan
- Thailand
- Turkey
- Ukraine
- United Kingdom
- Uruguay
- Venezuela
- United States of America

If tourists from the 103 countries wish to spend longer than 14 days in Oman, they can extend their visa-free stay for an additional 14 days but have to pay a fee.

The new update also includes that some Indian tourists can also obtain a visa on arrival in Oman.

They must have an entry visa from the US, Canada, the United Kingdom, Schengen countries, Japan, or have a resident permit of one of the GCC countries, and work in a profession approved by the Oman government.

Planning to visit Oman? There are several must-visit spots to see in the Middle Eastern country.

Need some inspiration? Jebel Akhdar, the so-called Green Mountain, is one of the most spectacular destinations in the entire Gulf region, especially when viewed from the summit.

Another place to check out is the capital city, Muscat. Packed with lots of museums and historical homes it is a place for culture vultures who love to explore.

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