- Make sure your passport will not expire until at least six months after you return home.
- You may need a pre-arranged visa/entry permit. Visitors from most Western Countries do not require a pre-issued visa.
- If you intend a later visit to any of these countries, ask the passport officer on arrival in Israel not to stamp your passport. You will be given a stamp on a separate piece of paper (which you will need to present on departure).
- In case documents are lost or stolen, photocopy the first two pages of your passport, your traveler’s cheques, airline tickets and travel insurance details. Leave one copy with a friend at home and take the other with you (separate from the originals) or give it to a friend who is travelling with you.
- If you are a national to a country from which you need a visa to your destination. Make sure to have it pre-departure