Israel and its religious historical nature, is a dream pilgrim destination for most Filipinos growing up in a predominantly Roman Catholic country. It is home to many sacred places for Christianity, Judaism and Muslims, hence it is frequently visited via pilgrimage groups.
LOCATION: MIddle East
VISA REQUIREMENTS: Filipinos who hold Philippine passports don’t need a visa to visit the Holy Land. After a short interview at the point of entry, tourists with Philippine passports can stay in Israel for up to 90 days, provided that they have:
Philippine Passport with at least 6 months of validity beyond the period of intended stay
Confirmed round-trip ticket, or confirmed tickets to another destination
Confirmed hotel reservations for the duration of intended stay, or a letter of invitation if
Travel itinerary (booking through a travel agency will make this easier)
Sufficient pocket money, or proof of funding in the form of a bank statement (although the latter is optional, it does make it easier to prove that you have the necessary funds to travel).
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