Last Updated on October 27, 2021
Regulations regarding tourist visas for Israel.
There are 65 countries around the world that have a visa waiver agreement with Israel and nationals thereof can visit Israel without a pre-arranged tourist visa. All that is needed is a valid passport. At your port of entry in Israel, your will be given a tourist visa that is valid for 3 months. The tourist visa is free.
- The Central African Republic
- South Africa
Asian Countries & Oceania
- Fiji Islands
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- South Korea
- Germany (date of birth after 1.1.28)
- Great Britain (England, the UK)
- The Netherlands
- San Marino
North, Central & South American Countries
- Costa Rica
- El Salvador
- St. Kitts & Nevis
- Trinidad & Tobago
- The Bahamas
- The Dominican Republic
If you are not a citizen, or national, of one of the above countries you can apply for a visa at the Israel Mission or Israeli Embassy closest to you.
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When visiting Israel, your passport must be valid for at least 6 months from your date of entry. You don’t want to be turned away upon arrival so check that, often overlooked, detail when making your travel arrangements.
Make sure you have sufficient funds to support yourself while you are in Israel. This is a common international requirement and you do not want to be sent back on the grounds of ‘insufficient funds’.
You should also be able to give the name of the hotel, hostel or accommodation you are staying at. If you are staying with friends or family, have their address and telephone number handy.
Note: This article is for information purposes only. Any updates in the law or official requirements take precedence over the information provided here.