I’m ready to plan an amazing Holy Land experience! Where do I begin?
First on the agenda is to have an idea of your travel dates in mind. Additionally, it’s helpful to know the number of people in your travel party, as well as the overall goals of your visit. Call us and we’ll be happy to clarify potential dates and answer all of your questions!
How far in advance should I start planning my inspiring Holy Land trip?
Our motto is the more time you have, the better, particularly if you plan on traveling with a large group. We suggest you set aside at least three to six months, if not more, to plan in order to ensure the most availability for accommodations as well as the best prices!
What will happen once I land?
After clearing passport control a Shalom Holy Tours representative will be waiting to welcome you, assist with luggage, and escort you to your waiting chauffeur.
How much does it cost?
A Shalom Holy Tours experience is priceless. Okay, okay…but the truth is that each tour experience is custom designed. Once you contact one of our Israel travel representatives, we will be happy to provide you with a price quote according to your needs.
I’ve got a lot of stuff. How much baggage can I take?
Most airlines allow 1 suitcase, and one personal item. All hotels have laundry service, so feel free to pack light, and make your life easier at arrival and when changing hotels.
What currency is used in Israel?
Israel’s currency is the New Israeli Shekel (NIS). The exchange rate to the dollar varies, but recent market values have varied between 3.5NIS/$1.00 to 3.65NIS/$1.00
Which electrical current is used in Israel?
The regular wall outlet uses 220volts (America uses 110v). You regular electronics plug will not fit into an outlet, however for personal laptop computers, only a plug adapter is necessary, not a power converter.