Oman to give 10-day visa-free entry to 103 countries to boost tourism
Indian citizens who wish to travel to Oman can stay in the country for up to 10 days without the need for an entry visa.
Oman has taken a big decision to boost tourism in the country and to speed up the economy, for which the visa fee has been removed for 10 days.
Oman has taken a big decision to boost tourism in the country and to speed up the economy. Oman is offering citizens of 103 countries a great opportunity to roam in Oman. For this, Oman has announced a list of 103 countries including India in which citizens will no longer require entry visas for which the visa fee has been lifted for 10 days.
According to a tweet shared by the Royal Oman Police, all passengers must show the hotel, return tickets and health insurance documents to obtain an entry visa for the Sultanate of Oman. Let us tell you that Oman suspended tourist entry visas due to the coronavirus epidemic but once again the country will now start giving travel visas to those who are planning to go on an organized trip by hotels and travel firms.
The same Oman resumed international flight operations on 1 October with facilities for citizens and people with work visas. European countries exempted from 10-day entry visas Portugal, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Romania, Slovenia, Finland, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Cyprus, Ukraine, Andorra, Italy, Bulgaria, San Marino, Switzerland, Croatia, Liechtenstein Macedonia, Hungary, Serbia, Georgia, Estonia, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Spain, Czech Republic, Vatican, Austria, Ireland, Britain, Poland, Slovakia, Lithuania, France, Latvia, Moldova and the Netherlands are included in this list. .
For South America, travelers from Ecuador, Paraguay, Bolivia, Venezuela, Colombia, Uruguay, Sirnam, Argentina, Brazil and Chile are exempted from visas to enter Oman for a period of 10 days. Countries such as Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan, Algeria and Mauritania have been added to the list in the Arab world.
7. San Marino
30. Czech Republic
41. The Netherlands.
Rest of the world:
44. South Africa
46. Hong Kong
47. Russian Federation
48. People’s Republic of China
50. United States of America
51. Brunei Darussalam
53. South Korea
54. New Zealand
56. French Guyana
69. Costa Rica
73. Bosnia and Herzegovina
83. El Salvador
The Asian countries on the last list are India, Armenia, Panama, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkmenistan, Honduras, Guatemala, Iran, Ghana, French Australia Indonesia, Taiwan, Canada, Malaysia, Macau Islands, Singapore, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Belarus. Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Japan, Thailand, South Africa, Lebanon, Hong Kong, Russia, People’s Republic of China, Seychelles, USA, Brunei Darussalam, Turkey, Korea, South New Zealand, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Morocco, Kazakhstan, Laos Albania, Bhutan, Peru, Maldives, Salvador, Vietnam, Cuba and Mexico are included.