The Sultanate of Oman is in the Middle East, on the southeastern end of the Arabian Peninsula. It borders the United Arab Emirates in the northwest, Saudi Arabia in the west, and Yemen in the southwest. Oman has two exclaves separated from it by the United Arab Emirates, the Musandam Peninsula and Madha.
Documentation and entry conditions differ between countries. While in most cases a Tourist Visa can be procured on arrival, obtaining the appropriate visa prior to travelling is highly recommended.
To apply for an e-visa and for more information on the different types of visas available and countries permitted to purchase a visa on arrival, please visit the Royal Oman Police website https://evisa.rop.gov.om/
Oman’s national currency is the Omani Rial (OMR), with the lower denominations known as ‘Baisa’. Rial notes range from OMR 1 to OMR 50.
Most banks in Oman provide Visa or Mastercard facilities through their branches and ATMs.
How to Reach
You can reach Oman from Qatar via different airlines. For more info kindly visit below website.
Best Time to Visit Oman
The ideal time to visit Oman is from September to March, when the climate is a refreshing 25 to 30 degrees Celsius.
During the Summer months (April to September), the climate remains moderate in the Al Hajar Mountain range and Dhofar region, a rarity on the Arabian Peninsula where Summer temperatures frequently exceed 40 degrees Celsius.
Dhofar is especially worth a visit during Khareef, the monsoon season from June to September, when daily rains and a magical mist transform the landscape into a lush green.
Where to stay?
Accommodation options in Oman are numerous and there is somewhere to stay to suit every traveller’s preference across the country ranging from luxurious resorts to eco-tents on the beach.
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