Oman Increases 14 Day, Visa-Free Access To 103 Countries


Oman has opened its doors to tourists from over 103 countries by offering visa-free entry for up to 14 days. According to the Royal Oman Police (ROP), tourists from Portugal, Sweden, Norway, Italy, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Croatia, Hungary, Serbia, Georgia, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Belgium, Romania, Slovenia, Finland, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Cyprus, Ukraine, Spain, Czech Republic, Austria, Ireland, United Kingdom, Poland, Slovakia, France, Netherlands, Venezuela, Colombia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina, Brazil, Japan, Thailand, South Africa, Russia, China, the United States of America, Turkey, South Korea, New Zealand, Iran, Australia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Canada, Malaysia, and Singapore are al now allowed visa-free entry.

Additionally, Indian tourists can also obtain a visa on arrival – but provided they also have an entry visa to the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, EU (Schengen) countries, Japan, have a resident permit of one of the GCC countries, or work in a profession approved by the Oman government.

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