What does a tour cost?

All of our tours are custom-made, so we do not have a list of tours with prices posted online. The planning process takes more time than buying a pre-packaged tour, but our customers are so happy with the results!

Just tell us about your group, and we'll get started...

Can I drink the water?

The water in Israel is very much like the water in the U.S. If you drink tap water at home, you will probably find the tap water in Israel good to drink also. If you prefer bottled water, you will find it available at every location, and there may even be bottled water for sale on your tour bus!

What should I pack?

You will be walking a lot, so wear your most comfortable pair of walking shoes. This is not the time to break in a new pair! Bring a hat and sunglasses. Also bring a swim suit, towel, and waterproof sandals for the Dead Sea. Search online for ideas on packing light.

What should I wear?

Clothes should be modest and casual, not dressy. Casual trousers and tops are best. Jeans are fine, too. If the Dead Sea in on your itinerary, then you might wear shorts for hiking that day. Most days you will want to have your shoulders covered and wear trousers or skirts that cover your knees, as we will visit many holy sites. 

 

Do you sell trip insurance?

No, we do not provide or sell trip insurance. However, we strongly encourage you to purchase trip insurance in case of interruption, accidents, illness, or anything else that may come up. 

What if I need to cancel?

If a reservation needs to be cancelled, customers will be charged a fee depending on when the cancellation takes place. Your refund request will be answered and processed promptly. If you do not receive a reply within one business day, please contact us again.

What about missed sites?

On occasion, the sites during the tour can change in sequence or be missed due to delays, traffic, weather, or other causes, which cannot be avoided. Refunds are not given for missed sites.

Do I need a Passport and Visa?

When traveling to Israel and the Middle East, you must be in possession of a valid passport, and it must be valid for 6 months from the day of your return flight home. 

U.S. citizens traveling to Israel for stays of up to three months from their date of arrival do not need a visa, however, it is your responsibility to check the current guidelines and be sure you understand the visa regulations for entry into each country you plan to visit.

Disclaimer

We act only as an agent for the various hotels and companies supplying the services of the tour. We will not be held liable in any way for injury, damage, loss, death, accident, delay or irregularity to any person, place or property.