Saudi Iqama holders who have taken 2 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are entitled to get Bahrain on arrival visa by road through King Fahd Causeway. Bahrain has announced the procedure to get an on-arrival visa at King Fahd Causeway after the coronavirus pandemic.
Bahrain causeway visa requirements
- Passport with the validity of 6 months.
- Iqama with the validity of 3 months.
- Exit Reentry Visa valid for your stay in Bahrain.
- Two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine with updated Tawakkalna status.
- Bahrain on-arrival visa fee: BD 5 or SR 50.
- Vehicle Toll Tax: BD 2.5 or SR 25.
After receiving the negative PCR test result in the “BeAware Bahrain” application, you can proceed to the Bahrain immigration counters.
- Show the Tawakkalna status and negative PCR result to the immigration officer.
- Pay Bahrain on-arrival visa fee: BD 5 or SR 50.
- Pay Vehicle Toll Tax: BD 2.5 or SR 25.
- Get your passport stamped with the Bahrain visa.
Coming back to Saudi Arabia
While it is easier to go to Bahrain, it is not that easy to come back to Saudi Arabia through King Fahd Causeway. Following are the requirements;
- Negative PCR Test.
- A Valid visa to Saudi Arabia.
- Any of the following combinations of vaccines.
- 2 doses of Pfizer BioNTech or;
- 2 doses of Oxford AstraZeneca or;
- 2 doses of Moderna or;
- 1 dose of Johnsons Janssen.
- 2 doses of Sinopharm + 1 dose of either Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Johnsons Janssen, or Moderna.
- 2 doses of Sinovac + 1 dose of either Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Johnsons Janssen, or Moderna.
- Muqeem Vaccine Registration.
Can I go to Bahrain with Saudi Visit Visa?
A Saudi family visit visa holder is not eligible to get a Bahrain on arrival visa as this facility is only available to Iqama holders. People with a family visit visa can contact the Bahrain embassy to get the visa.