Lebanon has resumed flights in a limited capacity, with reduced number of flights, and most domestic restrictions have been lifted.
Can I travel to Lebanon?
Rafic Hariri international airport is now open in a limited capacity of daily passengers and limited flights.
Do I need to go into quarantine when arriving to Lebanon?
- Anyone arriving to Lebanon will be required to undergo a PCR upon arrival, and quarantine for 3 days, until results are in.
- Arrivals from certain high-risk countries must quarantine for 7 days in an approved hotel.
Are COVID-19 tests required to travel to Lebanon?
- All passengers traveling to Lebanon must fill this health declaration form online before departure.
- Anyone arriving to Lebanon from a country where PCR tests are available, will be required to present a negative test, no older than 96 hours.
- A second PCR test will be is required upon arrival.
- Arrivals from certain high-risk countries, will be tested again on the 6th day.
- All arrivals are required to have valid medical insurance.
- International travelers who are fully vaccinated are no longer required to present a negative PCR test result.
Is public transportation open in Lebanon?
- Public transportation in Lebanon is limited to 50% of its capacity.
- Travel is allowed for necessary reasons only.
Are the restaurants and bars open in Lebanon?
Restaurants in Lebanon are open between 6:00 and 19:00. Bars remain closed.
Are businesses and attractions open in Lebanon?
- Non-essential businesses in Lebanon are open, with health measures in place.
- Attractions and leisure facilities remain closed.
- A nightly curfew is in place between 22:00 and 3:00.
- A 24-hour curfew is in place from 5:00 April 3 until 5:00 April 6.
Do I need to wear a face mask in Lebanon?
It is required to wear a face mask whenever leaving the house.