Visa for Indonesia for Israelis

Passport holders from certain countries are eligible for different types of visas for Indonesia. On this page, you will find up-to-date information (according to Indonesian immigration) on all visa options for Israelis.
Unfortunately, with a passport from Israel, you are not able to get a Visa On Arrival at the airport when arriving in Indonesia.
Israelis cannot apply for an e-VOA (electronic Visa On Arrival) online before flying to Indonesia. You can see the list of countries eligible for e-VOA here.
Israelite passport holders also cannot apply for a B211A visit visa for Indonesia.
Applying for a visa for Indonesia with a passport requires assessment at the immigration office in Jakarta. This means one of our representatives would have to fly to Jakarta to attend meetings. Since our visa office is based in Bali, we cannot help with B211A visa applications for passport holders. Thank you for your understanding.
Visa On Arrival (VOA)

Unfortunately you won't receive Visa On Arrival upon entering Indonesia

e-Visa On Arrival (e-VOA)

Unfortunately, you can not apply online for e-Visa On Arrival (eVOA) before coming to Indonesia

B211A Visit Visa

Unfortunately, you are not eligible for B211A visa and can not stay up to 180 days in Indonesia

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