I´ve seen cheap flights with Pegasus to arrive to Kuwait and I´d like to see the country.
My question is if 5 days are enough to visit the capital and what other places can I visit the rest of the days.
I have to add that I cannot hire a care because I don´t have a credit card( I just use debit cards) so if I move to another cities will be with public transport.
Thank you and regards
I am sitting in Kuwait airport arrivals hall.We have just found out the Kuwait visas we purchased are from a fake web site.Apparently this is quite a commom occurance.You can get a visa on arrival for 10 dollars US.We paid 90 dollars australian for our fake ones.The visa people at the airport wete most helpful.It is advisable to be very aware there are many fake visa web sites out there.Good luck.
I'd like to rent a car in Kuwait for 1 day as a tourist. I have a Belgian Passport and Belgian/European driving licence, which is also in English.
Is this enough? Or do I need an international driving licence? The info I find on the net is not very clear about this...
Next month I will spend 3 days in Kwait, a Thursday, a Friday and a Saturday. On one of those days I'd like to rent a car and explore the "countryside". What day is the best? Friday, (because many things in the city will be closed) or Saturday (more people off work on Friday and nicer atmosphere in the city)? Any thoughts? Thanks, Bert
I've recently returned from a few days in Kuwait. Wanted to share a few infos about my experiences to see camel racing. The Lonely Planet, unfortunately, has been updated without much love (I think the "Kuwait City" part is allright but the "Around Kuwait" descriptions have not been properly updated in a long time. Not many Kuwaitis seem to care too much about Camel racing so it was difficult to get information. The LP claims that camel racing can be observed in winter on Fridays and Saturdays…
Hello everyone:) I'm sure this has been asked before but I had a quick search and couldn't see anything. I am looking to travel to Kuwait as a tourist early next year; I will be travelling on a UK passport. The British FCO says I can obtain a visa on arrival, however my passport only has 3 completely empty pages and I need to save these for full page visas. What form does the visa on arrival take? I have seen some blog posts showing a visa issued on a separate piece of paper from the passport…
I've done some searches but haven't found any recent information. I am a US citizen traveling from Geneva, and the cheapest flight to Dubai is on Kuwait Airways transiting through Kuwait. My question is whether I will have any issues, since I have an Israeli stamp in my passport. Any recent experience?
Would anyone know if it is possible for a Dutch person visiting Kuwait as a tourist can get a transit visa for Saudi Arabia to go to Bahrain and back overland. If so, how is it done and would the car rental agency allow this ?
Thank you !