The tour company will apply your amount paid to a future trip or issue a refund minus any airline cancellation fees.
If the COVID vaccine becomes a requirement for travel, can I cancel?
You may cancel and receive a refund up until April 30, 2022.
Is it safe?
Yes! Millions of visitors travel to Israel each year, amazed and inspired! In fact you’ll feel just as safe (or safer) in Israel then any major city in the US. When visiting take the usual tourist precautions; don’t leave personal items unattended, use the safe deposit box at your hotels, be more mindful where you go at night, travel in groups and accompanied when possible.
How taxing is it physically?
We do a lot of walking! But with a little preparation, you’ll be good to go. An average day is about 10,000-12,000 steps. If you have a concern about being able to handle the trip physically, let us know!
What about insurance?
We HIGHLY recommend trip insurance! It is relatively inexpensive and easy to obtain. While there are many providers, our passengers have had great experience with faithventures.com
How much money should I bring?
The only thing that you’ll need money for is lunches and souvenirs/gifts. Lunches average $12-15 per day, and there are LOTS of opportunities for shopping. Most locations in Israel will accept credit cards and the overwhelming majority will take American money. A combination of cash and credit cards is recommended. There will be charges to exchange for local currency.
Do I need a visa?
For stays up to three months, you don’t need a visa. The only travel document you need is your passport. Just be sure that it is valid for at least six months AFTER your trip.