Travelling to Israel FAQs

Travellers will need to take note of border requirements or restrictions that are in place.

For details on entering or departing Singapore, please refer to https://www.ica.gov.sg/enter-transit-depart

Departing for Israel

What are the vaccines that are approved for entry into Israel?

For details, please refer to https://corona.health.gov.il/en/vaccine-for-covid/fully-vaccinated/

As of March 1, 2022, tourists of all ages will be permitted to enter Israel, vaccinated and unvaccinated alike, subject to the regulations of the Population Authority.

For details, please refer to https://www.gov.il/en/departments/news/border_closing_coronavirus_14062020

What are the requirements before entering Israel?

Currently, there are no requirements of presenting a recovery or vaccination certificate or a negative COVID-19 test result to enter Israel.

Travellers are required to complete their Israel Entry Form within ten (10) days before flight to Israel.

It is mandatory to have a comprehensive insurance policy with coverage for the treatment of COVID-19.

For details, please refer to https://corona.health.gov.il/en/abroad/arriving-by-air/

What is Israel Entry Form?

Fill out your personal information and details of those travelling with you, as well as information about the countries you have visited in the week before entering Israel at https://corona.health.gov.il/en/flights/

You must keep and present the form confirmation before your flight to Israel. Both a digital and printed copy are acceptable. Keep the confirmation and should be available for inspection if necessary.

What documents do I need to present at airport check-in at Changi Airport?

During the airport check-in at Changi Airport, you are required to present the following document to airline representatives:

  • A confirmation attesting to the completion of the arrival statement form. You can present a digital copy of this confirmation. You are not required to print it. Keep this confirmation with you. You need to present upon arrival in Israel.

You are also required to present one of the following documents:

  • Certificate of vaccination
  • Certificate of recovery that can be digitally verified through the Ministry of Health’s systems

What should I expect at airports and on flights?

Travellers are expected to arrive earlier than usual at airports to allow additional time for potential health screening and safe distancing protocols. Airlines and airports will enforce their own health and safety measures and travellers must adhere to the prevailing guidelines in place.

While in Israel

What if I feel sick within 10 Days after arriving in Israel?

Anyone of any age who feels sick after arriving in Israel should take a PCR test, if self-ART test result is positive.

What should I do if I am tested positive in Israel?

You are required to go into isolation, including vaccinated and recovered individuals. You are not required to report your isolation to the Ministry of Health Israel. You are required to stay in isolation for at least 5 days. An antigen test must be taken on the 4th and 5th evening of the isolation. If one of these two tests is positive, you will need to stay until the end of Day 7 before receiving a certificate of recovery. All costs incurred will be at your own expense.

For details on isolation for confirmed COVID-19 cases, please refer to https://corona.health.gov.il/en/isolation-lobby/isolation-confirmed-corona/

What should I do if I am exposed to a confirmed COVID case in Israel?

Isolation is no longer required if you have been in close contact with a confirmed COVID cases unless you are tested positive.

For details, please refer to https://corona.health.gov.il/en/isolation-lobby/who-need-to-isolate/

If I am test positive for COVID-19, who will pay for self-isolation in the managed isolation facility in Israel?

Omega Tours strongly recommends you obtain travel insurance to cover situations such as these. Unexpected incidents can happen when you travel which can bring additional personal risks and costs. Please purchase comprehensive insurance for your travel. Please be sure you are covered for the complete dates of your travel and please validate that you have the appropriate level of coverage for travel inconveniences, pre-medical conditions, medical expenses for sickness or injury (at least S$75,000 per person), COVID-19 related medical expenses and emergency medical evacuation and repatriation expenses (at least S$100,000).

Do I have to wear a mask when travelling?

It is not mandatory to wear a mask in Israel.

Returning to Singapore

Can I enter Singapore quarantine-free?

All fully vaccinated travellers do not require any Covid-19 tests to enter Singapore and can enjoy quarantine free-entry into Singapore. For details, please refer to https://www.ica.gov.sg/enter-transit-depart/entering-singapore

All travellers must fill in the SG Arrival Card declaration up to 3 days before arrival. For details, please refer to https://www.ica.gov.sg/enter-transit-depart/entering-singapore/sg-arrival-card

What are the accepted COVID-19 vaccinations for entry to Singapore?

Travellers are considered fully vaccinated if they meet the following conditions at least 2 weeks before arrival in Singapore:

  • Received the full regimen of WHO EUL Vaccines, from a specific manufacturer, and
  • Met the minimum dose interval period.

For details, please visit https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/arriving/overview#vaccination

What is the checklist for fully vaccinated traveller?

Travelling with Omega Tours

Will I need to have the COVID-19 vaccination to be allowed to travel with Omega Tours?

All guests travelling with Omega Tours are required to be fully vaccinated.

If I am medically unfit to be vaccinated, am I allowed to travel with Omega Tours?

Any person who is medically unfit to be vaccinated is not allowed to travel with Omega Tours.

Must I purchase travel insurance?

Omega Tours strongly recommends you obtain travel insurance to cover situations such as these. Unexpected incidents can happen when you travel which can bring additional personal risks and costs. Please purchase comprehensive insurance for your travel. Please be sure you are covered for the complete dates of your travel and please validate that you have the appropriate level of coverage for travel inconveniences, pre-medical conditions, medical expenses for sickness or injury (at least S$75,000 per person), COVID-19 related medical expenses and emergency medical evacuation and repatriation expenses (at least S$100,000).

What happens if I test positive before departing for Israel and I am unable to travel?

If you test positive, you should self-isolate and delay travel as symptoms may well develop or until you have recovered from COVID-19. You will be unable to join your tour with a positive PCR test and Omega Tours recommend you contact your doctor and insurance provider.

If you test positive or if you are under COVID-19 Quarantine Order, Health Risk Warning or Health Risk Alert within 30 days before tour departure or on the day of the tour departure, you can receive full refund by travel credit with supporting documentations.

If I test positive for COVID-19 during the tour, who pays for the 5 to 7 days of quarantine in a hotel and the associated additional expenses like food, etc? What happens if I test positive before flying home or upon re-entering Singapore?

If you test positive for COVID-19 during the tour or prior to flying home, you will need to go into isolation for at least five days. Please be assured we will remain in contact until you are able to return home.

All costs incurred for having to quarantine will be your and/or your insurance provider’s responsibility, which is why Omega Tours highly recommend purchasing travel insurance before your tour begins.

If you test positive upon re-entering Singapore, you will need to follow the MOH guidelines.

What if I forget my vaccine certificate before checking in for my trip?

Travellers are required to be fully vaccinated and must be able to show documented proof of vaccination with the final dose given at least 14 days prior to the start of the tour upon check-in at Changi Airport. The airline staff will not be able to check you in until your vaccination status as been verified. Omega Tours recommends saving a picture of your vaccination certificate on your smart phone as a backup option.

Please note that guests will also need to comply with specific requirements imposed by airlines and/or authorities in the destination visited, which may be more restrictive than above.

Will the tour be cancelled?

Should the tour be impacted and unable to operate (within 30 days before tour departure) due to prevailing policies on COVID-19 travel restrictions imposed by the governments of Singapore and Israel, you can receive full refund by travel credit.

Office Location

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Meeting at our office is by appointment only.

Contact Phone

Tel: +65 6295 5193

Office Hours

Monday – Friday, 10am – 6pm
Closed on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday

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