Most trips to Oman from another country requires applying for and obtaining a visa. However, there are six countries in the world are exempt from having to get a visa to enter Oman. Five of these countries are from the Gulf Cooperation Council or GCC. These are the countries:
- United Arab Emirates
- Saudi Arabia
- New Zealand
While the citizens of GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) countries (Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait) are exempt from getting a visa, their residents are not and will require a GCC eVisa. You need a residence permit as proof and this type of visa allows you a stay of 28 days Total.
There is also a conditional visa which allows countries who are not normally allowed to obtain a Visa to enter the country. This is as long as they are if they have a valid visa or a residence permit issued by one of the following countries: the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, and Canada. You will need this as proof during your visa application.