The tour package includes luxury transportation vehicles, boutique accommodations, private and professional guided tours, pick-up from the airport or hotel, and 24/7 customer support. With all of these amenities, an enriching experience is guaranteed!

Breakfast is included in the accommodation package. However, other meals and drinks are not included in the tour price. You will have the opportunity to purchase meals and drinks along the way.

We recommend that you bring comfortable walking shoes, a hat and a bathing suit for the Dead Sea portion of the tour.

Yes, our tour packages can be customized to fit your interests and preferences. Please let us know if you have any specific requests or needs, and we will do our best to accommodate them.

In the period of January-October 2022, over 2 million tourists visited Israel, as per data from the Tourism Ministry. By taking heed of warnings, adhering to security guidelines, and staying vigilant about changing events, tourists can have a safe and memorable journey in the Holy Land. In fact, Israel ranks as the fifth safest country among the top 50 most visited tourist destinations in the world, according to "The Swiftest," an American insurance comparison website. However, like any other travel destination, it is important to exercise caution and follow common sense safety practices. Our professional travel guides are experienced and well-informed about the local conditions, ensuring a safe and enjoyable trip while exploring the many wonders of this incredible region.


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Cancellation policies vary based on the time of cancellation. Please refer to our terms and conditions for more information.

Yes, the tour is suitable for children.

All of our tour guides are fluent in English and Hebrew. In addition, we can provide guides who speak other languages upon request, such as Spanish, French, German, Italian, Arabic, Portuguese, Chinese, and more. Please contact us for further information.

We recommend that you dress comfortably and modestly, especially when visiting religious sites. Knees and shoulders should be covered as a sign of respect. Please avoid wearing revealing clothing, and bring a scarf or shawl to cover your shoulders if necessary.

The tour is not fully wheelchair accessible, as some of the attractions involve climbing stairs or walking on uneven terrain. Please let us know if you have any special needs and we will do our best to accommodate them.

Tipping in Israel is discretionary but expected, similar to most of the Western world. Unlike in the USA, where you are expected to tip between 15% – 20%, in Israel the tip is between 10 -15%. The minimum is at least 10%, the average is 12% and maximum is 15% (for exceptional service).

Tipping private tour guides in Israel is very common, and it is usually expected that you tip them between 10% to 20% of the total cost of the tour, as they dedicate a lot of time and attention to guiding you. However, tipping is a personal choice and is usually based on a feeling of gratitude and appreciation.