FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is it safe to travel to Israel?
This is, by far, the most common question asked. Since tourism is one of Israel’s most prominent industries, news agencies and/or people who may be opposed to Israel can paint Israel in such a way as to persuade potential travelers to stay away. The reality on the ground is that it is statistically safer to travel to Israel than it is to travel to some inner cities in the US. And, the most common comment that we receive when the trip is over is that people couldn’t believe how safe they felt in the Land. Obviously, Israel is in the Middle East and the political situation over there will remain tense until the Lord returns.*
*If, for any reason, the US State Department issues a travel advisory to Israel AND our agents who live in Israel agree, we will reschedule a trip if it is deemed unsafe to travel there due to political tension.
Will I have a roommate in the hotel?
How many bags can I carry on and check in?
What will the weather be like?
Will there be time to shop?
How much money should I bring?
Will we swim in the Dead Sea?
Do you provide travel insurance?
What kind of clothing do you recommend packing?
Will there be baptisms in the Jordan River?
What do we do in the evenings?
Each evening is absolutely free. There will be times that we’ll have leaders from the Land meeting with us in a private conference room at the hotel. However, after dinner each evening, you’re free to do whatever you’d like. When in Jerusalem, we’re walking distance from the Old City and when in the Galilee area, we’ll be on the shore of the Sea of Galilee and you’ll be free to walk on the seashore or walk to nearby Tiberias and experience Israeli nightlife.
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