How to find cheap flights to Kuwait
Since there are no diplomatic relations between Israel and Kuwait, there are no direct flights between these two countries. If you are looking for cheap flights to Kuwait via stopovers, note that you cannot enter the country with an Israeli passport, and you cannot apply for a visa. If you have a foreign passport, you may apply via one of the embassies in Europe or the US, but if this passport has been stamped in Israel - your application will be rejected. Also, there’s a travel warning for Israelis traveling to Kuwait.
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Flights to Kuwait arrive at Kuwait International Airport (KWI), located in Farwaniya, Kuwait, 15.5 kilometers south of Kuwait City. Bus lines 13, 99, and 501 serve different destinations in the city, and the fare is 250-300 fils (₪2.88-₪3.45). Taxis cost 4-20 Kuwaiti Dinar, depends on the destination (₪46-₪230). There are several local and international car rental companies. You cannot rent a car with an Israeli driver’s license nor with an international driver’s license that has been issued in Israel. Otherwise, you can compare prices on Skyscanner Car Rental.
When to go to Kuwait?
As you’d expect from a city in the desert, the average temperatures during the long summer are sweltering. From May until September it rarely goes below 40 degrees, and the average for July-August is 45. In November it decreases to 26, and during the winter, from December to February the climate is more bearable with 18-20 degrees. In March it gets warm again, with 26 degrees, and that’s the best time to search cheap flights to Kuwait.
What to see and do in Kuwait?
If you have a foreign passport that hasn’t been issued or stamped in Israel, cheap flights to Kuwait will give you the opportunity to follow the Bedouin to their favorite destination. Nestled in the most ancient corner of the world, Kuwait City remains true to its origins and traditions. Though modern, vibrant, glittering with skyscrapers, fantastic museums, and fantastic restaurants, the heart of Kuwait proudly shows off its souks, stone walls, desert cliffs, pearl fishing, Greek temples and archaeological sights.
This is not the destination for wild parties where you can enjoy your cocktails and drink until dawn, as alcohol is unavailable as well as illegal in Kuwait. To compensate though, there is a great selection of places to eat, including hotels, which offer traditional and western cuisine as well as local cafes and street-side snack bars. The endless dessert offers many activities, such as sand-boarding, camel riding, and jeep tours. You can also camp under a blanket of stars in coal black sky.
This information is correct as of December 2017
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