Depart JFK: August 14, 2021
Travel Date in Israel: August 15 – 22, 2021
Depart Tel Aviv: August 22, 2021 (Arrival JFK: August 23, 2021)
Aug. 14th New York (JFK) – Tel Aviv DL232 15:40 – 09:35h
Aug. 22nd Tel Aviv – New York (JFK) DL235 23:55 – 04:50h
Feeder flights to/from JFK
If you need a domestic feeder from your home destination airport to JFK and back, we kindly ask you to arrange this directly with your preferred travel agent or airline.
Upgrades on longhaul flight (subject to confirmation)
If you wish to book an upgrade to Delta Comfort+, Premium Select or Delta One Suites, please send a request to Keshet Journeys (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will get back to you with a tailored offer.
According to the latest entry restrictions, the State of Israel allows tourists to enter the country if:
A proof of vaccination needs to be uploaded to your tour registration.
Before leaving the United States
Upon arrival to Israel
Before leaving Israel
All above mentioned documents must be single files and can be provided in the following data formats:
WHO IS KESHET JOURNEYS?
Keshet Journeys LTD. is the travel agency and local tour operator in Israel coordinating the booking process and the land operation for the Israel Fact Finding Tour. Keshet can provide assistance for all questions regarding registration, payments, lodging, and flights. You can contact Keshet’s representative Asya Tokman.
WHO IS WORLDWIDE VILLAGE LTD?
Worldwide Village LTD (WWV) is the travel agency, based in Switzerland, coordinating the booking process and collecting the payments for the Israel Fact Finding Tour, on behalf of Keshet Journeys.
HOW DO I JOIN THE ISRAEL FACT FINDING TOUR?
You can reserve your place on the Israel Fact Finding Tour by registering on the website.
WHAT IS THE MINIMUM NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS?
The minimum number of participants for this tour is 10 people.
WHEN IS THE REGISTRATION DEADLINE?
All registrations must be made by latest July 15, 2021. Registrations beyond this date will only be accommodated based on availability.
WHAT DOCUMENTATION IS NECESSARY FOR TOUR REGISTRATION AND TRAVEL TO ISRAEL?
A current passport, valid for at least six months beyond the tour, is required. There are no exceptions to this policy. A travel visa is required for some countries. Please find out more about Israel’s visa policies regarding your country here: Israel’s Visa Policy.
HOW IS THE LODGING DETERMINED?
The registration pricing per tour participant is equal for double occupancy (two people sharing a room), or single occupancy. If you want to share a room with a specific roommate, you must register together as a two guest registration. Different bedding arrangements can be requested. If you wish to add a roommate to your registration later on, please contact Keshet directly to do so.
WHAT IS THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE?
The full price of the package is: based on double occupancy US$ 2940 per person. Single occupancy US$ 3530. A 50% non-refundable deposit per person is due at the time of registration. Full payment is due 30 days before the start of the tour.
AM I REQUIRED TO PURCHASE TRAVEL INSURANCE?
We urge you to purchase cancellation insurance and supplemental medical coverage (which covers preexisting conditions).
WHAT HAPPENS IF I HAVE TO CANCEL MY PARTICIPATION?
In addition to the Contractual Conditions of WorldWide Village Travel Ltd. the following cancellation policy is valid for your trip:
In case of cancellations by client, the following percentage of the total price will be charged:
Until 91 days prior the scheduled departure date: non-refundable down payment
90 – 0 days prior the scheduled departure date: 100% of total amount
Cancellation of additional services:
Unless otherwise stated, all by the client pre-booked additional services related are non-refundable after booking. In case of full cancellation of the tour by Keshet Journeys / WorldWide Village the down payment as well as pre-booked pre-/ and post-nights will be refunded.
WHAT MEDICAL PRECAUTIONS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED BEFORE TRAVELLING TO ISRAEL?
There are no specific immunizations or medications that are recommended or required for travel to Israel, but we advise you to connect with your primary care physician regarding his/her recommendations for you specifically. Please keep in mind that you can purchase the equivalent of most standard over-the-counter medicines in Israel. We would also encourage you to inform your health insurance provider that you will be traveling out of the country to determine your coverage and medical care options while in Israel.
HOW SAFE IS TRAVELING TO ISRAEL?
Your safety is our top priority. Israel is a very safe country to visit and tour, and we use a variety of measures to ensure the safety of all the participants. We also encourage you to take all the normal precautions as you would when traveling to any other city or country.
WHAT IS THE TIMEZONE IN ISRAEL?
Israel Standard Time (IST), is the standard time zone in Israel. It is two hours ahead of UTC and seven hours ahead of EST.
CAN I DRINK TAP WATER IN ISRAEL?
Tap water is safe to drink in Israel, but bottled water will also be available.
WILL I HAVE ACCESS TO WIFI?
Most hotels in Israel have WiFi available for hotel guests at standard rates. Many cafes and restaurants also offer complimentary WiFi services. Since September 2013, Tel Aviv offers a citywide free WiFi network which provides 80 free internet “hot spots”across the city. Most of the touring buses also have complimentary WIFI available.
WILL I BE ABLE TO USE MY CELL PHONE WHILE IN ISRAEL?
Please check with your mobile phone service provider to determine if you will need to purchase an International plan to use your phone in Israel.
ARE CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED IN ISRAEL?
You can use your credit/debit card to obtain NIS (New Israeli Shekels) at ATMs throughout Israel. Most Israeli hotels, restaurants and stores accept American Express, MasterCard and Visa cards as well. American dollars are accepted in many places in Israel; however, in most cases, change will be given in NIS.
WILL I NEED TO BRING A POWER ADAPTER?
Almost all hotel rooms are equipped with hairdryers, and all have shaver sockets. For other appliances, Israel’s electricity is 220V A/C, single phase 50-cycles; 110V-220V transformers can be used. Israeli outlets have three prongs, but European two-prong adapters usually work.