Israel Travel Guide
With Israel reopen and travel proceeding into 2022, we are here to help you get ready for your trip! Below is a step by step guide on what to do, before you go, while in Israel, and when preparing to return home!
All of these details have also been provided by the Israel Ministry of Tourism: Israelsafe.com
Before You Go
- two doses of approved vaccines (Pfizer, J&J, AstraZeneca, Moderna)
- At least 14 days have passed since receiving most recent dose
- OR vaccinated with the booster dose and 14 days or more have passed since the vaccination date at the day of arrival in Israel.
*If you have recovered from Covid-19 you can still enter Israel provided you carry a digital certificate of recovery that can be digitally verified by the Israeli Ministry of Health, based on a positive result in a NAAT test (PCR test for example). If you arrive in Israel 11 days or more from the NAAT test, and received at least 1 dose of an approved vaccine.
- Negative PCR test result (taken within 72 hours of international flight departure) or negative antigen test result (taken within 24 hours of international flight departure)
- Certificate of vaccination
- Entry statement form fulfilled within 48 hours prior to departure to Israel
- At border control in Israel you will be asked to provide a negative PCR test result (or antigen), as well as confirmation of having fulfilled the declaration form
- a PCR test will be provided at the airport, which typically returns results in a matter of hours.
- a PCR test will be provided for your return trip. A negative test result will be required to board your international flight home.
- Upon arrival back in the U.S. you will process through border control as usual and proceed.