You can apply for a visa at Israel, Jordan, or Egypt diplomatic missions/embassies/consulates.
Can I visit Palestine without going through Israel?
Due to the ongoing Israeli occupation, Palestine has no control over its borders or points of entry and exit. Therefore, in order to travel to Palestine, you must go through Israel, Jordan, or Egypt.
How to fly to Palestine?
It's easy, you have two options: first, fly to Ben-Gurion International Airport, which is located in Tel-Aviv, and then from the airport to Jerusalem via a shared taxi or a private taxi, which takes you from the airport to your destination on the Palestinian side. In Jerusalem, you can get to the Arab Central Bus Station in the Musrara area and then take a bus to any of the Palestinian cities. Flying to Ben Gurion (Tel Aviv) is, in our opinion, the easiest point of arrival. Most Americans and Europeans are issued a 3-month visa upon arrival and customs clearance.
The second option is to fly to Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Jordan, and then by taxi, which costs you around 30-35 JD (Jordanian Dinar) and will take you directly to the Jordanian-Israeli border. This border, known as the Allenby/King Hussein Bridge, is 57km away from Amman and is located in the Southern Jordan Valley.
Can tourists go to Gaza?
Visiting Gaza is possible, but it is extremely difficult.
A foreigner must apply for a special visa or travel permit at the Israeli or Egyptian embassy, depending on which border you use: Erez (Israel) or Rafah (Egypt).
In order for a permit or visa to be granted, a foreigner must have a specific reason to travel to Gaza. Reasons that are considered valid are usually limited to diplomatic or humanitarian missions, journalism, or important business issues.
Does Palestine have its own passport?
The Palestinian Authority Passport is a passport/travel document issued by the Palestinian Authority to Palestinian residents of the Palestinian Territories for international travel purposes since April 1995.
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