Gulf, Middle East and Iran
Travel from Kuwait
All Kuwaiti citizens travelling from Kuwait must have active medical insurance covering treatment abroad in case of injuries or accidents.
Travel to Kuwait
Effective 1 August, only the following passengers will be allowed to travel to Kuwait.
GCC nationals travelling to Kuwait must present a valid passport. Civil ID will not be accepted for travel.
Domestic workers accompanied by GCC citizens must have a valid visa to enter Kuwait.
Resident permit holders who have left Kuwait on or after 1 September 2019 and have stayed outside Kuwait for more than six months can return provided their resident permit/visa is still valid.
All passengers, except children under 6 years old, must carry an original negative COVID-19 PCR test result certificate in English issued by one of the approved by concerned authorities in Kuwait. The certificate must not be older than 96 hours from the date the test was taken.
Passengers who have taken a COVID-19 PCR test in Kuwait and are eligible to return without restrictions can present the same COVID-19 PCR test certificate provided they return within 96 hours of their test date.
Handbags with wheels or trolley-type handbags are not allowed.
All passengers must undergo a 14-day home quarantine on arrival.
The visa on arrival facility is currently not available.
All nationalities who have a valid Residence Permit (valid civil ID) are allowed to enter Kuwait if they have not visited the following countries and territories within 14 days of their arrival.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
First degree relatives of Kuwaiti nationals who are residents of Kuwait and have documents proving their relationship with the Kuwaiti national and are travelling from any of the 31 restricted countries are allowed to travel to Kuwait./
Domestic staff of Kuwaiti nationals who are accompanying their sponsor and hold a valid resident permit are also allowed to travel to Kuwait from the 31 restricted countries.