About Oman Post
Oman Post is truly part of Oman’s history and has played a part in the development of the country since the first day of service as far back as 1856 when the first post office was opened in Muscat by the British Postal Department. It wasn’t until a little over a century later when the department became a fully-fledged part of the Omani government.
As a result of Oman’s renaissance in the early-1970s post offices with a full range of services for a new nation were established across the country.
In 2005 His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said saw the importance of the role an established postal system would play in the continued development of Oman and issued a Royal Decree which established Oman Post. In partnership with the Universal Postal Union, Oman Post has the full-capacity to provide international services to international standards.