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Pastor Anthony Flores

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Is Israel safe?

  • Despite what is commonly reported by media institutions, Israel is much safer than the US. While there is occasional conflict, Israel has incredibly advanced defenses/military. Safety is not a concern!

How much walking should be expected?

  • While some days have much more walking than others, it is not an excessive amount. If you can walk 1-2 miles, you will be fine, even on the most strenuous days of the tour. 

What’s the weather like?

  • The weather can be accurately compared to California’s Central Valley. The summers are typical hot, dry, and sunny. The winter is generally very mild. 

What kind of food will there be?

  • The hotels we offer provide an incredible variety of food for both breakfast and dinner. You can choose something more traditional to middle eastern cuisine, or even a traditional “American style” breakfast (eggs, cereal, etc). 

Is the water safe to drink?

  • Yes, the water in Israel is safe to drink. However, many prefer to still drink bottled water anyway. 

Do the hotels have Wi-Fi?

  • Yes, the hotels have great Wi-Fi. 

What amenities do the hotels have?

  • The hotels have irons/ironing boards, blow dryers, ice machines, laundry services, etc. 

What kind of wall outlets are used?

  • Plug type H and C are used in Israel. A type H power adaptor will work nearly everywhere. 

What amenities does the bus have?

  • Our luxury busses have air conditioning, window shades, and Wi-Fi. 

What should I wear?

  • Dress for the weather! Depending on the time of year you will be traveling you will want to adjust accordingly, as the temperatures can very a fair amount between summer and winter. If you are visiting the Temple Mount, however, you will need to cover yourself more. Your tour guide will go over this in full detail in the days leading up to visiting Temple Mount. 

Travel Tips

Travel Insurance

  • While Travel Insurance is not mandatory, we HIGHLY recommend purchasing it.  Travel Insurance can cover Trip Cancellation, Luggage Loss and Medical Emergencies.  Don't travel with risks; contact us today, and we can supply a custom quote to fit your needs. Travel Insurance Quote

Prescriptions and Over The Counter Drugs

  • We recommend that you visit your doctor and ask for an antibiotic. Inform your doctor that you will be traveling overseas, and they should provide a prescription. I like traveling with Cipro and a Z-Pack. Be sure to pack over-the-counter medicine/supplies like; Tylenol, Advil, Allergy Medicine, ChapStick, etc.


  • Typically, the airlines allow up to 50 pounds in your checked back. Consider only packing up to 40 pounds; this way, you can make room and accommodate souvenirs.  You can also have one carry-on luggage. We recommend bringing a carry-on and packing 3 days of clothes.  If your checked luggage is delayed or lost, you will have 3 days worth of clothes until we find your luggage.  Keep prescription medication and important paperwork on your person (backpack or carry-on). Additionally, be sure to pack a bathing suit for the Dead Sea and Baptisms at the Jordan River. 

Credit Cards & Cell Phones

  • Call your credit card company and inform them that you are traveling. Call your cell phone provider and learn of the options for international calling, texting and data.


  • Passports must be valid 6 months after the return date (TSA Guideline). If your passport is not valid 6 months after your return, be sure to get in renewed immediately. There is an option to have this expedited, which we highly recommend doing. 

Currency Exchange

  • While USD is accepted everywhere, many people like to exchange some currency, as it is fun to barter with, and can help one avoid over paying (the dollar is stronger, many places will round their prices up when you pay in USD). Bring some cash if you'd like, and you will have an opportunity to exchange it.  


  • At this time no immunizations are needed.

The Beatitude for Traveling

  • "Blessed are the FLEXIBLE, for they shall bend and not be BROKEN." International Travel has many variables, please be flexible.

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