Can I travel to Israel if I have been to Dubai?

The answer is yes, but a cautious yes. If you’re a genuine tourist with no real political reasons behind your visit, you should be OK at any of the immigration points upon entering Israel. … So yes, Israel will let any genuine tourist in, regardless of the stamps in their passport.

Can you go to Israel if you’ve been to Dubai?

Visiting Israel after a trip to Dubai

There are no entry restrictions to Israel for visitors who have a visa stamp from Abu Dhabi, Dubai or anywhere else in the UAE, however on entry to Israel you might be questioned a bit more than if you had not been to the UAE.

What countries can you not visit before going to Israel?

Countries You CANNOT Visit with an Israel Passport Stamp

  • Iran**
  • Iraq** (Iraq not Iraqi Kurdistan)
  • Afghanistan.
  • Lebanon.
  • Syria.
  • Libya.
  • Kuwait.
  • Pakistan.

Do I need to quarantine if I travel to Israel?

Those with a Covid-19 recovery or vaccine certificate from the Israeli MoH are not required to stay in quarantine upon entering the country.

Can I go to UAE if I have been to Israel?

Some Arab countries will refuse entry to anybody who has an Israeli passport stamp (it is no problem to visit Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, Oman, or the UAE with a stamp).

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Can an Arab go to Israel?

Visiting Israel With an Arab passport Stamp

You can visit Israel with an Arab passport stamp, and we even encourage it! Seeing more of the Middle East will only add to the experience of travel.

Can I go to Iran if I’ve been to Israel?

Unfortunately, Israeli citizens are not allowed to enter the country. … Thankfully, Israel knows about this, so they no longer stamp your passport to avoid these issues with Islamic countries that restrict entry to travelers with Israeli stamps. Iran is not the only country with this restriction.

What countries need a visa to enter Israel?

Countries Requiring MFA for Visas

These include Afghanistan*, Bahrain*, Egypt*, Indonesia*, Iran*, Iraq*, Jordan*, North Korea*, Kuwait*, Lebanon*, Libya*, Malaysia*, Mauritania*, Morocco*, Oman*, Pakistan, Qatar*, Saudi Arabia*, Somalia*, Sudan*, Syria*, Tunisia*, and Yemen*.

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