Lebanon Tour Guide: Travel Documents Last updated on
Wednesday 21st April 2010
Visitors to Lebanon should keep their passports with them at all times. There are military checkpoints all over the country, and even though ID checks are becoming less frequent, being caught without identification papers can cause problems and delays.
Drivers must carry an International Drivers Licence, and although third party insurance is not mandatory, it is recommended.
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