Lebanon, Jordan and Lebanon Passport question

Aug 13th, 2018, 02:03 PM
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Lebanon, Jordan and Lebanon Passport question

Hello,

We are planning on visiting these 3 countries next year and need some clarification on the passport situation. We will be flying from the US. We don't have any flights booked yet. Should we go in this order to make our life easier- Fly into Lebanon, visit Lebanon, Fly into Israel, visit Israel than visit Jordan?
I know getting the second passport is an option, but that one is only good for 2 years and our current passports only have enough pages for 2 more years of our travels at this point so we'd rather not get the second short term passport if we don't have to.

We would love to fly Emirates, but they don't fly into Israel... any suggestions on flight options and possible airlines that we could do an open jaw?

Thanks!
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Aug 15th, 2018, 10:24 AM
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You cannot go directly from Lebanon to Israel. I suggest that you do the trip in this order: Lebanon, Jordan, Israel. You should not have anything with you when you enter Lebanon that indicates that you are going to Israel afterwards because they might not let you in. You may face extra questioning when entering Israel from Jordan because of your visit to Lebanon but just answer all questions patiently and honestly, no matter how silly they seem. Your itinerary is not that unusual and all legitimate tourists (no political agenda) get through quickly.
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