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Tourists who visit Israel confess to the feeling terrible about leaving the country, this is a testament to the fun time they have during their time in Israel. The historical and religious sites in the country are top attractions for tourists who visit the country. Other top attractions in the country are the beach resorts, hiking trails, national parks, and nature reserves. With the plethora of attractions available in the country, tourists are assured of having an exciting time all through their stay. Birders and ornithologists usually take joy in the annual migrations that funnel through Eilat and the Hula Valley as Israel is among the world’s leading destinations for birdwatching.
 
The tourism industry is one of the most important industries in Israel. Tourists have been discouraged by the security problems that would not just go away but the number of tourist visits to the country has picked up recently. In 2017, 3.6 million tourists visited Israel, which was a 25% increase from the number of tourists in the country the previous year. The tourism industry contributed NIS20 billion to the Israeli economy during this period.
 
During your time in Israel, avoid taking photos of people in Muslim and Orthodox Jewish areas. Crimes which involve smuggling and trafficking of illegal drugs can lead to you being sentenced to prison for a long period of time.

Basic Travel Requirements for Equatorial Guineans visiting Israel

  • A passport valid for at least 6 months from your departure date from Israel.
  • A completed and signed visa application form.
  •  A photocopy of your passport and the visas in it.
  • 2 recent passport-size photographs (5x5 cm).
  • A copy of your confirmed itinerary.
  • Proof of hotel accommodation for the entire duration of your stay in Israel.
  • Proof of financial means for the duration of your stay in Israel e.g. your bank statements of the last 6 months.
  • Proof of travel medical insurance that covers the duration of your stay in Israel.
  • A copy of your booked round-trip flight ticket.
  • Proof of payment of the visa fee.

Types of Israel Visa

Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Visitor Visa 5 working days 90 days
Business Visa 5 working days 90 days
Medical Visa 5 working days 90 days
Student Visa 5 working days More than 90 days

Visas of Israel Fees

Visa Type Sub Type Visa Fees
Visitor Visa Not available
Business Visa Not available
Medical Visa Not available
Student Visa Not available

FAQs about Visas of Israel

Is it safe to travel to Israel ?

Israel is generally a safe country to visit and there are rarely any cases of violence targeted at tourists. If you are travelling to Israel, you are advised to take precautions such as guarding your properties well and be careful when visiting border regions, especially those close to Lebanon and Syria.

Must I get an Israeli stamp in my visa ?

No, you do not have to not get an Israeli stamp in your passport, especially if you intend to visit an Arab country where you may be denied entry if there is any evidence that you have been to Israel. You are allowed to request the immigration officer to not stamp your passport.

What is the official language of Israel ?

Israel's official language is Hebrew. Arabic was also an official language until 2018 so a number of Israelis still speak it. You will, however, find that English is the most popular foreign language in Israel.

Can I enter Israel with an Arab country stamp on my passport ?

If you meet all the visa requirements, you should not be refused entry into Israel because of an Arab country stamp in your passport.

4 Visas of Israel found

Visitor Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Israel
Visitor Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Israel
Visitor Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Israel

Visitor Visa, Visas of Israel, Visa

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The Israeli visitors’ visa (B/2) is issued to foreign nationals who intend to travel to Israel for vacation, tourism, pilgrimage, sightseeing or other leisure activities. If you are visiting a friend or relative in Israel or booked with a tour organiser, you should submit an invitation letter from your host. The passport used for your visa application must be valid for at least 6 months from the date you intend to leave Israel. You are required to submit 2 recent colour passport photos (5x5 cm) with your accurately completed and signed visa application form. To show that you intend to leave Israel at the expiration of your visa, you must submit a copy of your round-trip flight ticket. You are also required to present a copy of your hotel reservation in Israel for the entire duration of your stay in the country. You are required to provide proof that you have travel insurance from an Equatorial Guinean insurance company. A confirmed travel itinerary stating the places you intend to visit in Israel as well as how long you plan to stay in the country must be submitted. As proof of sufficient funds, you are required to submit copies of your bank statements of the last 6 months. The bank statements must be signed and stamped by the bank manager. You must submit a formal letter from your employer as proof of your employment status. This letter should state your name, your role in the company and your monthly salary. It should also state awareness of leave and when you are expected to resume back to work. You are required to submit an authenticated business license of your employer, showing that they are authorised to trade in your country. Applicants are obliged to submit a police clearance certificate. Receipt for the payment of the visa fee of $24 must be provided.

Business Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Israel
Business Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Israel
Business Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Israel

Visas of Israel, Visa, Business visa

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Foreign nationals who intend to travel to Israel for business purposes, such as business meetings, summits and conferences, are eligible to apply for the Israeli business visa (C). Your passport used for your visa application must be valid for at least 6 months from the date you intend to leave Israel. You are to fill a visa application form, sign it and submit it with 2 recent colour passport photos (5x5 cm). To show that you intend to leave Israel as soon as your visa expires, you must submit a copy of your roundtrip flight ticket. You must provide a copy of your hotel reservation in Israel for the entire duration of your stay in the country. Your confirmed travel itinerary should also be submitted. This document should state the places you intend to visit in Israel and how long you plan to stay in the country must be submitted. If you will be travelling to Israel with your spouse and/or children, you are required to submit original copies of your marriage certificate and your children’s birth certificate. You must present a business letter from your employer stating the purpose of your travel to Israel. You must also provide a document, such as an invitation letter, proving your correspondence with the inviting company in Israel. The document should contain the contact details of the partner company. If there have been previous dealings between your company and the inviting Israeli company, you are required to provide documents such as payment receipts for goods delivered, bills of lading or other such documents, to prove this. A copy of your company’s bank account statements, signed and stamped by the bank manager, must be submitted. You are required to provide proof that you have travel insurance from an insurance company in your company.

Medical Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Israel
Medical Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Israel
Medical Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Israel

Visas of Israel, Visa, Medical visa

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Equatorial Guineans travelling to Israel for medical treatment should apply for the Israeli visitor visa . You need an original Equatorial Guinea passport with a minimum validity of 6 months from the date you plan to leave Israel for your visa application. You must submit 2 recent, clear passport photographs (5x5 cm) taken with a white background. A formal letter from a hospital stating the details of the treatment you plan to receive in Israel is required. Proof of accommodation for the entire duration of your stay in Israel is required. You must also submit a copy of your return flight ticket to Equatorial Guinea or your country of origin. You are required to provide proof of travel insurance that covers the entire duration of your stay in Israel. You must provide a document confirming the payment of your medical treatment.

Student Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Israel
Student Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Israel
Student Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Israel

Visas of Israel, Visa, Student visa

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The Israeli student visa (A/2) is issued to foreign nationals who intend to travel to Israel to study. Before you apply for the Israeli student visa, you must have been offered admission to study in an educational institution in Israel. The letter must be signed by a university representative. An original Equatorial Guinea passport used for your visa application must be valid for at least 6 months after your program ends. An A/2 visa application form must be accurately filled, signed and submitted with 2 recent colour passport photos. Travel insurance that covers the first month of your stay in Israel must be provided. You must submit a formal invitation from the university in Israel. This invitation letter should state your room details, health insurance and the starting and finishing date of your program. The original copy of your birth certificate must be submitted. Proof of payment of the visa fee must be provided.