Israel Entry Requirements as of March 1, 2022

Starting March 1, 2022, tourists of all ages are allowed into Israel regardless of their vaccination status.

Incoming tourists must present a negative PCR test – conducted within 72 hours of the scheduled time of departure. The test result must be in English and include the traveler’s passport details.

All passengers must take a PCR test upon arrival in Israel. This includes vaccinated and recovered persons. Pre-registration is required on the sampling company’s website “Femi” located at Ben Gurion International Airport.

Exempted from a pre-departure COVID are recovered travelers that will present airline officials with a positive result of a PCR test or a rapid (antigen) test that was taken at an authorized site less than three months prior to boarding the plane and on the condition that the traveler enters Israel at least on day 8 after the test (the test date is considered day 1).

Please note: Non-vaccinated travelers that are exposed to a person that has been diagnosed with Corona will need to enter isolation for at least 5 days, maximum 7 days.

In the “new normal” the arrival day is the most challenging day due to the waiting time of the results! In order to avoid long quarantine (it can take up to 24 hours) we highly recommend t to book a second PCR test upon arrival. It can be taken place near the Shapirim Junction (10-15 minutes from the airport).

We can offer 2 options:

  • Fast test with result within 4 hours – will cost 40$ per person.
  • Fast test with result within 14 hours – will cost 25$ per person.

Please click here to book.

Safe Travels!