In line with national efforts to promote and ease services for tourists visiting Oman, nationals of 103 countries and regions are exempt from entry visas for stays up to ten days.
The exemption is subject to certain requirements including a prior and confirmed hotel booking, health insurance, and a return ticket.
The countries and regions whose nationals are exempt from entry visas to the Sultanate for a period of ten days, subject to certain requirements, are listed below.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
China (includes Hong Kong and Macau)
Citizens of GCC countries (the Kingdom of Bahrain, the State of Kuwait, the State of Qatar, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates) do not require visas to enter Oman.
The process of obtaining a visa for visitors to Oman is managed by the Royal Oman Police (ROP).
Citizens of other nationalities can establish their visa options via the ROP’s eVisa website by clicking here.
You can apply for a visa via the ROP’s eVisa website by clicking here.
This website will guide you through the process of applying online for an appropriate visa to enter Oman. There are four video guides to help you complete the online visa application process, which you can find by scrolling down the home page of the ROP’s eVisa website.
There are several different types of visa for visitors to Oman. For those coming to Oman as tourists, the Tourist Visit Visa (Unsponsored) will usually be appropriate. For others, a different type of visa may be needed.
For more information about the types of visa for visitors to Oman please click here.
For more information on the Online Visa Application service you can also visit the general ROP website here.
If you have any questions about the visa process you can contact the eVisa Call centre:
+968 2429 0942
+968 2429 0826