No Visa is required to enter Palestine except that of the country via which Palestine is accessible like Israel, Jordan or Egypt and is subject to these countries visa. Your passport must be valid for at least six months. Visas can range from a two week period to 3 months.
There are a few travel routes into Palestine:
For internationals: Ben Gurion Airport, Tel-Aviv
Via Egypt: Rafah Border Crossing – open daily between 09:00 and 19:00 for humanitarian aid providers and those with prior clearance. From Friday 24 December 2010, the crossing will be closed on Friday and Saturday and local public holidays.
Note: The construction of Gaza International Airport began in 1998, it is still incomplete due to the lack of funds and construction material allowed to enter the Occupied Territory. Currently Rafah Border is closed and occasionally opens to allow humanitarian aid to enter the Gaza strip.
Please note: Visas for foreigners or Palestinian cannot be issued by the PDG, UK. For internationals wishing to visit Palestine some visas may be obtained at the border whilst others require prior arrange. Please check with the country you are travelling through on their specific requirements. The issuing of a visa is subject to Israeli security check.
If you require any advice on visiting Palestine or the Occupied Territories, please do not hesitate to contact us for further information or advice.