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Travel Advice

Entry Requirements
Visas are required for entry into Oman. With effect from 21 March 2018 it is no longer possible to obtain a visa on arrival. Instead, visitors to Oman will need to apply for a visa in advance of travel.

Visas can be obtained via the new E-Visa processing system

In addition, your passport must have at least 6 months validity from your date of entry into Oman.

Please note, some prescriptions and over the counter medication are banned substances in Oman. Please contact your doctor or health professional well before travel for further advice. Oman's Ministry of Health can also be a source of advice.

If travelling with any medication, please ensure you carry a copy of your prescription.

The currency in Oman is the Omani Rial (OMR). And there are 1,000 Baisas in each Omani Rial.

1 OMR is approximately £1.80.

Dress Code
It is recommended that travellers to Oman should cover their shoulders and knees at all times when outside the confines of the resort.
If you decide to visit a mosque, you will be required to cover up completely.

Language and Religion
Arabic is the official language in Oman. English is also widely spoken. You can expect to see signs in both Arabic and English especially in and around tourist sites.

Oman is an Islamic country with most following the Ibadi school of Isalm

Please note - it is against the law to share the same hotel room with someone of the opposite sex to whom you are not married or closely related. Homosexuality is also illegal in Oman.
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