e-Visa Oman ๐Ÿ‡ด๐Ÿ‡ฒ

30 days or 1 year

The e-Visa is valid for tourists only, holding a passport valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival in Oman. The e-Visa is valid for one or more stays of up to 30 days. Once issued, you must enter Oman with the e-Visa within 30 days for a single entry, where the period of authorized stay will start from your arrival in the country. For the one-year e-Visa, the time limit begins when it is issued.

You can enter Oman by any means you wish (plane to Muscat / Muscat, boat, ...). You do not need a letter of invitation to apply. You must be outside Oman at the time of application, have a local hotel reservation and a means of leaving the country (return air ticket, etc.).

Apply for an Oman e-Visa

Single rate of 39 โ‚ฌ per passenger
Excluding consular fees, if applicable


Frequently asked questions about the Oman e-Visa

With its mountainous, desert and sandy landscapes, the Sultanate of Oman is winning over more and more tourists in search of a real change of scenery. This magnificent country on the Arabian Peninsula is now a leading cultural destination. Here, you can admire mosques with architecture worthy of a fairytale from the Arabian Nights, including the must-see Grand Mosque of Sultan Qaboos, and fortified villages that offer visitors a real history lesson. Before travelling to Oman, it's a good idea to find out about the country's entry requirements and how to obtain an Omani visa, so you can plan your trip with peace of mind.

Our agency specializing in travel documents for individuals and professionals helps you obtain an electronic visa for Oman in just a few clicks. Send us your visa application without having to travel, by filling in the online form available on our website. With Visamundi, your stay in Oman will be organized in the best conditions.

Do I need a visa to enter Oman?

To boost tourism following the Covid-19 pandemic-related travel restrictions, the Omani authorities have introduced a visa waiver for citizens of around 100 nationalities worldwide, for any stay of less than 14 days in Oman. Despite the visa waiver, it is still imperative to travel with a passport valid for at least 6 months after entering Oman. On arrival in Oman, you will receive a visa waiver certificate on presentation of your passport, return ticket and confirmed accommodation booking. If you hold a diplomatic or service passport, you can travel freely to Oman without a visa.

Among the visa-exempt citizens for stays of less than 14 days in Oman, travelers who are nationals of certain countries, numbering 27, are nevertheless required to have a valid resident permit or visa issued by Australia, Canada, the United States, Japan or any member state of the Schengen area, in order to benefit from the visa exemption granted by the local authorities. The 27 countries concerned are Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bhutan, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Costa Rica, Cuba, Egypt, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, India, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Maldives, Mexico, Morocco, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Vietnam.

Travellers covered by the Oman visa waiver need to apply for a conventional or electronic visa for stays of more than 14 days in Oman. Travelers not covered by the visa waiver must obtain a visa for their entire stay in Oman.

Since 2018, the Omani authorities no longer issue visas on arrival in Oman.

To obtain a visa for Oman, you need to go to the Omani embassy in your country of residence, if it handles visa applications, or apply for an e-visa online.

What types of electronic visas are available for visiting Oman?

At present, only tourist visits to Oman are eligible for an e-visa. If you are planning a business trip to Oman, please contact the Omani Embassy in your country of residence for further information on Omani business visas.

There are three different types of electronic visas for tourists wishing to visit Oman:

  • single-entry e-visa for stays of up to 10 days in Oman(code 26A),
  • single-entry e-visa for stays of 15 to 30 days maximum in Oman(code 26B),
  • the multiple-entry e-visa for stays of up to 30 consecutive days for one year(code 36B).

The two single-entry e-visas for Oman can be extended once in Muscat, subject to conditions, for a similar duration, unlike the multiple-entry visa which cannot be extended on the spot. On the other hand, the first two types of electronic visa for Oman are only valid for one month after issue. The processing time for an e-visa for Oman is generally 3 days, so we advise you to start the visa application process at least 3 days before your arrival date.

Oman Regions mapHow can I obtain an electronic visa for Oman?

Entrust your e-visa application for Oman to Visamundi for a quick and easy process. All you need to do is tell us your date of arrival and departure from Oman, select the type of tourist e-visa of your choice, and fill in all the information requested about your identity, passport, etc. We'll take care of the rest. You must also provide us with a copy of your passport valid for at least 6 months after your arrival in the Sultanate of Oman, and a recent color passport photo.

Your supporting documents are sent by e-mail, and are checked by our team before your visa application is forwarded to the relevant authorities. Once your Oman visa application has been accepted, we will send you your visa in electronic format (PDF) by e-mail. If you lose this document, please contact us to receive a free copy as soon as possible.

How much does an e-visa for Oman cost?

The price of an e-Visa for Oman is determined in particular by the length of stay envisaged, as well as by exchange rate fluctuations. With Visamundi, count โ‚ฌ49 in consular fees per traveler for a single-entry tourist e-Visa valid for stays of up to 30 days in Oman. For a multiple-entry tourism e-Visa for stays of up to 30 days over a one-year period(code 36B), expect to pay โ‚ฌ122 in consular fees per traveler. Note that the 10-day e-Visa is currently no longer required for Europeans exempted from visa requirements for up to 14 days, unless they wish to extend their stay at some point.

If the Omani authorities choose not to issue you a visa before your departure, we will reimburse the full cost of your electronic visa application for Oman.

Which nationalities are exempt from visa requirements for travel of less than 14 days?

As of December 2020, 102 nationalities are visa-free for stays of up to 14 days: Albania, Algeria, Andorra, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bhutan, Belarus, Bolivia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Cyprus, South Africa, South Korea, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, South Korea, Spain, United Kingdom, United States, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macao, Macedonia, Malaysia, Maldives, Malta, Mauritania, Mexico, Moldova, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, El Salvador, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Suriname, Tajikistan, Taiwan, Czech Republic, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Turkey, Ukraine, Uruguay, Vatican City, Venezuela and Vietnam.

Who needs an e-visa for Oman?

If you are staying longer than 14 days in Oman for tourism, and you have one of the 102 exempted nationalities, you need an e-Visa. Otherwise, a visa is required from your first day in the Sultanate.

Can I get my visa on arrival in Oman?

Depending on your nationality, you can obtain your visa on arrival.

Do I need a visa if I transit through Oman?

If you are in transit in Muscat but are not leaving the airport, you will not need a visa. If you are in transit for a long period(up to 72 hours), you can apply for a transit visa with the help of your airline.

What documents do I need to present to immigration on arrival?

Once in Oman, you will need to present these documents to the immigration officer:

  • your passport, valid for at least six months after your arrival in the Sultanate of Oman. This must be the same one used to issue the e-Visa.
  • your printed e-Visa sent to you by e-mail

These other documents are not systematically requested:

  • a return ticket proving your scheduled departure from the country
  • proof of accommodation reservation(s)

What documents do I need to obtain an e-Visa?

A passport photograph and a copy of your passport are required.

Where can I enter with an e-Visa?

All Omani immigration points (air, sea or land) are eligible for e-Visa.

Does the Oman e-Visa apply to minors?

Yes, minors need an e-visa, just like adults. The minor's parent(s) must already have his/her e-visa before applying.

Can I make a group request?

Each e-visa is individual, but you can apply for one for each traveler.

SectionHow long is the Oman e-Visa valid for?

The e-Visa allows one or more stays of up to 30 days in Oman. In some cases, the duration can be extended. Once your e-Visa has been issued, you have 1 month to arrive in Oman for single-entry visas, or 1 year to enter with the one-year visa.

How long can I stay in the country with my e-visa?

You can stay in Oman for 30 days on a 26B or 36B visa.

What type of e-Visa can I request for a trip to Oman?

You can apply for a tourist e-visa, either single-entry for up to 30 days (visa 26B), or multiple-entry for 1 year (visa 36B).

How can I extend the validity of my e-visa?

e-Visas 26A and 26B can be extended once (20 OMR) at the ROP visa information desk (7:30am-2pm Sun-Thu) atMuscat International Airport.

How long will it take to process my request?

For urgent departures, processing may take around 3 days.

How far in advance of my trip can I apply for an e-Visa?

You can make your request up to 3 days before your arrival in Oman.

How long must my passport be valid after my arrival in Oman?

Your passport must be valid for 6 months after your arrival.

Does an e-visa necessarily authorize me to enter the country?

Only an immigration officer can decide whether you are eligible to enter the country.

What vaccinations are required to travel to Oman?

No vaccinations are required for travelers from European Union countries. However, you should make sure you are up to date on vaccines such as DTPP and hepatitis B (universal vaccines).

Can I work in Oman with an e-visa?

No, you'll need a standard work visa, which you can apply for at an embassy.

Do I need a passport visa or an e-visa for Oman?

If your nationality qualifies, you can apply for an e-visa for travel to Oman as a tourist.

Can I enter Oman without a visa if I'm stopping over on a cruise?

Passengers on cruise ships making a stopover in Oman of less than 48 hours do not need a visa. If they make more than one stopover in Oman, they must purchase a multiple-entry visa.

Oman: mandatory and recommended vaccines

Mandatory vaccines

  • Yellow fever: A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travelers over one year old from countries where there is a risk of yellow fever transmission, and for travelers who have been in transit for more than 12 hours at an airport in a country where there is a risk of yellow fever transmission.

Recommended vaccines

  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B: Long or repeated stays
  • Malaria: Sporadic transmission possible.
  • Rabies: Prolonged stays or isolation
  • Typhoid fever: Prolonged stay or poor hygiene conditions