Middle Eastern country allows 10 days visa free entry
Muscat: Oman has exempted nationals of 103 counties from entry visa for staying up to ten days in the country.
The steps are being taken by the Gulf state in an effort to restore tourism and revamp struggling economy.
According to Royal Oman Police, visitors are required to have a confirmed hotel reservation, health insurance and a return ticket.
Last week, the Muslim country announced to start granting tourist visas to people after they were suspended due to COVID-19.
Oman resumed international flight operation on October 1, allowing only citizens people with valid residency and work visas to enter.