About Oman Visa

Oman, a nation where ancient landscapes and modern marvels coexist. Each destination provides a distinct Arabian experience, from the towering mountains of Jebel Shams to the tranquil beauty of Muscat’s shoreline. From the bustling souks to the historic forts, immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Omani culture. Our simple visa process will help you navigate your journey smoothly, assuring a smooth entry into this beautiful region.

Our variable visa terms adapt to your diverse vacation desires, whether you are charmed by the desert sands or lured to the coastal beauties. Apply now and let Oman’s ageless beauty to enchant your spirit!

Type of Oman Visas

10 Days Tourist Visa

  • Processing time:     Upto 5-6 days
  • Stay period:    10 days 
  • Validity:    3 months
  • Entry:      Single

Fees: INR 5,499/-

30 Days Tourist Visa

  • Processing time:     Upto 5-6 days
  • Stay period:    30 days
  • Validity:    3 months
  • Entry:      Single

Fees: INR 8,999/-

Documents required for Oman Visa:
  • Scanned colour copy of first and last page of your Passport;
  • Scanned recent colour copy of your passport size photograph with blue background.

Basic Requirements to visit Oman

  • Have a valid Passport and valid Oman Visa
  • Be in good health
  • Good moral character
  • Be able to convince the immigration officer that you have your family, property, assets, etc. that would serve as an incentive to come back to your home country
  • Be able to convince the immigration officer that you will leave the country before your Oman visa expires
  • Have sufficient funds to support yourself in Oman and the amount depends on how long you will stay in Oman and whether you will be staying with family, friends or any paid accommodation

Travel Checklist

  • Passport
  • Valid Oman Visa
  • Confirmed return Ticket
  • Contact details of your relative, friends, or business contacts in Oman
  • Confirmed hotel bookings (If Any)
  • Oman Currency and other forms of forex
  • An unlocked smartphone, preferably with a Sim card from India
  • Any additional documents required to prove your purpose of visit (especially if you are travelling on a business Visa)

Oman travel guide

Poised on the southern end of the Arabian Peninsula, Oman shares borders with the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Yemen — but it’s distinctively a world of its own. The country has an embracing society that warmly welcomes visitors; the people are incredibly friendly. Its robust infrastructure also makes exploring its treasure trove of desert, lush green oases and long coastlines very easy and pleasant.

Unlike neighbouring Gulf countries like the UAE and Bahrain, Oman has maintained a traditional aesthetic and, for many, a traditional way of life, from the national dress—still worn by most citizens—to the arabesque, low architecture of the cities, offering a truly authentic cultural experience.

Tourists that come to the country quickly discover the wealth of activities that can be done in Oman’s seas and deserts. Not only are Oman’s beaches good for swimming, some of them are also the breeding grounds of protected sea turtles who come to the shores every July to October to lay eggs, a sight not to be missed. Heading inland, visitors will come upon the vast desert that is the Rub al Khali, the Empty Quarter, a territory it shares with Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and the United Arab Emirates. The vast sand dunes are the perfect places to do desert excursions aboard either a camel or a 4×4 truck.

Often bypassed in favour of its glamourous neighbour, the United Arab Emirates, Oman is commonly referred to as the ‘true Arabia’ where Bedouin tradition, historic forts and desert dunes work to form one exotic package.

From glistening beaches along the gulf to sweeping sandy plains and bona fide oasis towns, a holiday in Oman will keep your senses stimulated from Salalah to Shinas.

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Places to visit in Oman


This capital city is part of everyone’s itinerary who’re traveling to Oman. And why shouldn’t it be? It’s​ a home to the beautiful Qasr Al Alam Royal Palace, the twin forts of Al Jalali and Al Mirani, and the one-of-a-kind Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque with its marble panels and the second largest Persian carpet in the world. The Islamic architecture is a reason enough for this city to be one the top places to visit in Oman.

Niagara falls


The 17th century Nizwa fort is one of the simplest places to visit in Oman, which is known for its defence mechanism such as the honey traps, the strategically shaped windows, and the enormous cylindrical tower for approaching enemies. You can also check out the outdoor market or the unusual goat market for a unique experience.

Wahiba Sands

Experience the traditional life with the Bedu people at Wahiba Sands which happens to be one of the best places to visit in Oman. From the city of Ibra, you can start the tour for Wahiba Sands wherein you can enjoy a camel ride and dune bashing on the sand dunes all around you.

White house

Ras al Jinz

One of the most picturesque places to visit in Oman is the turtle reserve at Ras al Jinz where sea Turtles are preserved and protected. From the months of May to October you can witness the Turtles hatch on the beach too. This place is absolutely divine and should be on your list of top places to visit in Oman during summers

Yellow Stone national park

Jebel Akhdar

Being the highest point in Oman, Jebel Akhdar is mainly made of limestone despite which the cooler temperature here will be a pleasant change during your vacation. Out of all the places to visit in Oman this place is perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking, climbing, and trekking.

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