Among other Arab states in the Persian Gulf, Oman is considered a lesser oil producer, but its economy is vibrant. Although it is a busy port for cargo and cruise ships, the beautiful city of Muscat is unique in the Arabian world, since it retains the look and serenity of its Bedouin past, combined with its Portuguese history. Muscat features one of Arabia’s most authentic and inviting bazaars, old forts to visit,and an enchanting uniform city outline as you approach from the sea. Visit the oases and beaches at Masirah, or ride a camel over the expanse of Wahiba Sands. Whatever you seek, beaches, dunes, Mosques, cliffs, you will find them in Oman. Before you even start packing for your trip, make time for a visit to our Travel Health Clinic, at least four to eight weeks before you travel, to ensure that you are completely safe and up-to-date with the Vaccinations you need for Oman.
What Vaccinations Do I need for Travel to Oman?
The following vaccinations are necessary for travel to Oman:
Please read the following carefully, since, depending upon the condition of your health, demands of your planned itinerary, lifestyle and any adventures, such as camel rides or water sports, which may carry some risk, you might also need the following Vaccinations before your departure for Oman.
For further information on vaccines for life in the UK, see the British National Vaccination Schedule. Please book an appointment at our Travel Clinic well in advance of your departure, for more information, and advice on the Vaccinations and precautions we advise for travel to Oman.