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If you have traveled to Oman and are looking to expand your trip then you can always head out to Dubai. Yes, you read that right. Oman to Dubai is just six hours. And if you think a car trip is too expensive then you can always opt for a bus! Intrigued? Well, we bring you all the details right here.
To travel to Dubai, most country passport holders can get a visa on arrival. You can always visit the official site for more details. So, the first and foremost thing you must do is to ensure you have all the official documents in place in order to get your visa stamped in a hassle-free process.
When it comes to traveling to Dubai from Oman, you can always opt for buses from Oman’s national transport company Mwasalat. They take about 6 hours to reach Dubai and the one-way fare is Dhs 55 and Dhs 90 for a to-and-fro journey. The bus stops in three locations in Dubai. One is Abu Hail Metro Station, Dubai Airport 2, and Rashidiya Metro Station. And in Muscat, there are seven stops including Shinas, Sohar, Barka, Muscat Airport, and Athiba Bus Stations in Muscat.
The timings of the bus are- 7:30 AM, 3:30 PM, and 11 PM. But that’s not all. The luxury 50-seat bus comes with free wifi and is oh-so-comfy that the six hours can be spent easily.
As a tourist, it is important to carry Covid-19 certificated with a QR code. The approved list of vaccinations includes Johnson & Johnson, Oxford AstraZeneca, Pfizer BioNTech, Sputnik, Covishield AstraZeneca, Moderna, Sinovac, and Sinopharm. And make sure that the last dose is not less than 14 days.
Citizens of the UAE get a special entry visa, which you can opt for to take an enchanting tour in Oman. This special visa can also be extended for another week. If you are a tourist who is traveling to Dubai, you can take a bus and bask in the glory of the wondrous country that Oman is.
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