Updated: 10th March 2020

Travel Advice Summary

All of our holidays to Israel follow the travel advice offered by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). Our tours in Israel are currently running as normal. Acts of violence have occurred within the West Bank and have been against Israeli citizens and not tourists. Our team in Israel is in constant contact with the Israeli Ministry of Tourism and monitors the situation.

For further information please visit the British Foreign Office website.

Some of our Israel tours offer multi-country itineraries with neighbouring Egypt and Jordan and you can read about the latest travel updates for these countries via the links provided.

Travellers should familiarise themselves with the latest travel advice for the country they are visiting and make a personal assessment as to whether the level of safety is satisfactory to them, prior to booking.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

On 9 March 2020 Prime Minster Netanyahu announced that arrivals entering Israel from overseas would be subject to home quarantine measures for 14 days on public health grounds. This decision will be reviewed in 14 days. Visitors who are unable to demonstrate they can undertake the home quarantine measures will be refused entry into Israel. The Israeli authorities have recommended that visitors who are already in Israel will be given 72 hours to leave.

The Palestinian Territories are prohibiting entry to all Foreign Nationals between 05 Mar - 20 Mar 2020.