Oman’s New Tourism Regulations have been issued by Oman’s Ministry of Tourism for the return of in-bound tourism to Oman.
In addition to following the preventive measures needed by the Supreme Committee on COVID-19 at their offices, the ministry said the operators must ensure that travellers have a medical certificate or required permits issued before travelling.
All reservations should be made through the internet, preferable with on-line or contactless payments.
Tours for groups should not exceed 15 people – and while on tour physical distancing should be observed with signed reminders.
Medical coverage insurance will be compulsory for all travellers before finalising any booking.
When a tourist arrives the following procedures should be followed.
The number of people entering the hotel reception area to be limited.
Social distancing requirements should be observed and clean waiting areas with water bottles are to be provided.
At hotel check-in, online registration is prefered and where a physical document is required separate pens should be used for each guest.
An a-la-carte menu is to be offered in hotels and restaurants.not a buffet.
Tour guides should have a digital thermometer to drivers for temperature checks of the guests.
High in the mountains of Oman Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar celebrates New Year 2019 with an array of fun-filled activities and entertainment for the whole family throughout the resort; all under the experienced eye of the hotel’s new General Manager, Dagmar Symes.
Oman’s Ministry of Tourism has issued agreements for the development of 11 tourism accommodation projects throughout the country.
Leading the way is a substantial plot to be developed by the Oman Government’s ‘Oman Investment Fund’. The size of the plot in Al Jabal Al Akhdar, 73,367sqm is comparable to the plot developed by an Oman pension fund and operated by Anantara and about 50% of the land area available to Alila, the new property will be the mountain’s 3rd luxury hotel. Al Jabal Al Akhdar’s room offering has grown from a single 22room hotel in 2011 to 4 hotels with 10times the number. The government intend