DATE

September 7-15, 2024

SUGGESTED AGES

18 and older

 TRIP DURATION

8 days

Join us on a meaningful journey to Israel in 2024, where every step we take makes a difference. Together with local partners, we'll spend 8 days blessing and supporting those affected by the recent conflict. This trip isn't just about exploration—it's about making a tangible impact on the lives of the people of Israel. If you're ready to travel with purpose and forge genuine connections, this is the trip for you. Reserve your spot now and be a part of something truly special. Reserve your spot with $500 deposit.

$3,850 USD (airfare included)

Price

Due date to cover the trip

ALL FINAL PAYMENTS due August 1st, 2024. Deposits due upon registration and are non-refundable and non-transferable

Registration deadline

June 30, 2024

8 Day Experience includes:
  • 3* Star accommodations
  • Round trip DFW -Tel Aviv
  • Group transfer between hotel and airport upon arrival and departure
  • Travel by private, air-conditioned, deluxe motor coach
  • Breakfast and dinner provided each day (lunch not included)
  • Entrance fees to all sites including Israel National Parks
  • Boat ride on the Sea of Galilee
  • Additional serving opportunities each day
  • All taxes
  • Does not includes
  • Costs necessary for personal travel documentation such as passport, visa, etc.
  • Travel Insurance
  • Lunches
  • Tips & gratuity
  • This is the time to show our love for Israel & the Jewish People

    EXPERIENCE THE LAND
    OF THE MESSIAH


    DAY 1 / Departure from DFW
    DAY 2 / Arrive in tel Aviv
    DAY 3 / Learn about Jerusalem & meet survivors
    DAY 4 / Volunteer Day
    DAY 5 / Jerusalem tour
    DAY 6-7 / Ministry/Service Projects in Northern Israel
    DAY 8 / Departure

    Tour locations are subject to change.

    Deposits & payments

    • The $500 non-refundable deposit is to be submitted per person at the time of registration to reserve space.
    • ALL FINAL PAYMENTS due August 1, 2025. Deposits are due upon registration are non-refundable and non-transferable.

    Cancellation Policy

    Deposits are required upon registration and are both non-refundable and non-transferable. In case of cancellation:

    • - Cancellations made 60 days or more prior to the trip will receive a 50% refund of any Trip Fees paid in excess of the non-refundable deposit amount.
    • - Cancellations made between 60 to 45 days prior to the trip will receive a 35% refund of any Trip Fees paid in excess of the non-refundable deposit amount.
    • - Cancellations made within 45 days or less from the trip start date are not eligible for any refunds.
    In addition to the non-refundable deposit, Wild for the Nations will also retain (1) any deposits paid by Wild For the Nations prior to your cancellation to third party vendors such as airlines, hotels and tour operators and (2) the price of any merchandise or promotional materials sent to you prior to your cancellation.
    If the trip is cancelled for reasons outside the control of Wild For the Nations for events including but not limited to war, weather, travel restrictions or travel limitations or closures that make the tour as planned impracticable, or disease or pandemic, no refunds will be issued.  Be sure to obtain your own personal travel insurance policy if you wish to protect yourself against loss in circumstances beyond the control of Wild for the Nations.

    Hotel Accommodations

    Accommodations are provided on the basis of two persons sharing a twin-bedded room with a private bath, in the hotels selected for the tour. Wild for the Nations and its sub-agents reserve the right to substitute hotels of the same category when necessary for the proper handling of the tour. SINGLE ROOM: Available for an extra charge. Please contact Wild for the Nations at events@wildforthenations.com for more information.


    Frequently Asked Questions

    Travel Planing
     
    - Passport 

    A valid passport is required for entry (with a validity of at least six months beyond the end of your travel period).

    Non-U.S. citizens are required to have passports, visas, and other necessary documents for entry into the destination country.

    It's important to avoid packing your passport or travel documents in your luggage. To determine whether you need to apply for a visa before your trip, please refer to this website.


    - Travel Insurance

    To enter Israel, travel medical insurance is mandatory.  All foreign nationals visiting Israel must provide proof of travel medical insurance policy with coverage for COVID-19 treatment. Additional travel insurance to cover cancellations is encouraged.

    - Attend the Israel Solidarity Trip orientation meeting.
    To ensure a smooth and enjoyable travel experience for all participants, attendance at the orientation meeting for Solidarity Trip 2024 is mandatory. This meeting will provide you with important information about the trip, including safety guidelines, itinerary details, and cultural norms of the destination.
    Additionally, you will be required to agree to the trip guidelines, which outline the expectations and responsibilities of all participants. Attending the orientation meeting and consenting the guidelines is mandatory and necessary to help to create a successful and unforgettable journey.

    Israel is a country that is generally considered safe for tourists, but ensuring your safety is our top priority. In addition to implementing various measures to ensure our participants' safety, we also strongly encourage travelers to take the necessary precautions they would take when visiting any unfamiliar city or country.

    Prior to your trip, we recommend checking with your cell phone carrier to explore any international options that they offer as most providers provide such plans. Additionally, if your phone is unlocked, you may also opt to purchase a prepaid SIM card at a reasonable price.

    If you plan to bring electronics to Israel, it's important to note that most hotels in the country use 220 volts AC 50 Hz power.

    To operate 120 volts, 60 Hz appliances such as hair dryers or electric razors, you'll need to bring along converters and adapters. Some smaller devices are dual-voltage and can automatically adjust for use in other countries, but if your appliance has a manual switch, you'll need to change it back and forth before plugging it in.
    For dual voltage electronics, simply bring an adapter to plug in the charger. Before you travel, check the manual or power cord for each device to determine if it will work with 220 voltage without a converter. Keep in mind that U.S. electronics that are not dual-voltage should never be used without a converter in countries that use 220 voltage.

    We recommend bringing US Dollars, as this currencies can be easily exchanged for the Israeli Shekel. You will find currency exchange locations throughout each city in Israel, including at most hotels.

    Additionally, you can obtain Shekels prior to your departure. Please be aware that currency exchange rates can vary from place to place, and some locations may charge commission.
    Foreign debit/credit cards are widely accepted in most shops and restaurants. However, it is advisable to exchange some money for Israeli Shekels, as there are a few establishments that may only accept cash, particularly those outside of tourist areas or in the markets. It's important to have Shekels on hand for these situations.
    About Israel & the Tour
     

    Expect to walk an average of 2-3 miles per day as most activities involve walking. It is important to wear comfortable shoes or sneakers to ensure a pleasant experience. The walks are typically light to moderate, with breaks throughout the day as you travel to and from different sites. Keep in mind that the terrain may be uneven and involve steps, so please take necessary precautions. For the Solidarity trip, we will be working in villages and orchards with local relief missions.  This trip will require light to medium lifting and light to medium manual labor and construction work outdoors and in fields,

    In Jerusalem, the temperature is expected to range between 15-27°C (60-81°F), while in Tiberias and the Dead Sea area, it will be warmer, with temperatures ranging from 17-35°C (62-95°F). Therefore, we recommend bringing along essential items such as sunglasses, a hat, and appropriate clothing to ensure your comfort during your stay.

    Make sure to pack clothing suitable for warm weather, as well as a jacket for cooler evenings.
    Additionally, bring clothing that covers your shoulders and knees, also known as 'holywear', as this will be required at some of the sites we will visit. It's important to bring comfortable shoes or sneakers as there will be plenty of walking involved.

    Basic gratuities for the hotels, guides, and drivers are not included.  The going rates for gratuities are 10-15%. You are always free to give an extra gratuity for exemplary service

    Your breakfast and dinner will be provided as part of the tour package. However, for lunch, you may purchase your own meals for an estimated cost of US$12 to US$20 per person per day while touring the area.

    ALL FINAL PAYMENTS due Feb 4, 2024. Deposits due upon registration and are non-refundable and non-transferable.

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