We wanted to let you know we miss you! We in Israel are doing everything possible to let you back in so you can enjoy all the best Israel offers, making for an unforgettable holiday. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Latest information for tourists to Israel about the Corona virus (covid-19):
to travel to Israel:
At the moment and until further notice, entry to Israel is still denied to most non-citizens or non-residents of Israel arriving from anywhere in the world. The Ministry of Health has permitted a very limited number of vaccinated groups from various countries who were deemed safe, to enter Israel as a study case.
We are hoping this test will prove to be successful and allow more and more tourists to enter. More details will be provided as soon as possible.
General guidelines for all
those staying in Israel:
As of June 1st, most corona restrictive measures have been lifted in Israel.
This includes restrictions on crowd size, which means people can enter entertainment facilities without presenting a vaccination certificate.
Wearing masks will remain a requirement only in closed, air-conditioned public places such as shopping malls, trains and busses, shops, offices, etc.
- If you show any Covid related symptoms such as a fever of 38c or higher, a cough, trouble breathing, or other respiratory symptoms, you must immediately let your tourist agent and tour guide know and ask for assistance to self-isolate.
Frequently Asked Questions
- I am a tourist in Israel and I am concerned that I may have COVID-19, where should I go?
If you have a fever of 100.4F (38C) or higher, cough, trouble breathing, or other respiratory symptoms, you must immediately let your tour guide and your agent know. They will provide you with all the relevant measure you will be required to take.
- When will Israel be open to incoming visitors again?
At this moment, the State of Israel granted the Ministry of Tourism the permission to start a pilot scheme with a restricted number of groups who will be allowed into Israel under certain conditions. Should this pilot be successful, new information and guidelines will be communicated.