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Traveler Tips

We know that what lies ahead is exciting, so we want to provide our travelers with the best advice as they approach a perfect and unique experience like traveling to the Holy Land. What should you pack? What type of clothing should you wear? What should not be missed? Every detail is important to make a difference in this destination. The following tips aim to guide and advise our clients in the preparations for their journey, what is necessary during the flight, and what is required for their stay in this beautiful place, making this trip a pleasant experience.



This beautiful land boasts a diversity between coasts and deserts, resulting in an arid climate in the interior and a Mediterranean climate in coastal areas.


The summer season is usually characterized by warm and dry weather, while the winter season brings a cold and humid climate with occasional rain showers. For the best experience, visiting the country between April and October is recommended. Bring comfortable and lightweight clothing for the day and warm clothing for evening outings.


If you plan to travel between November and March, be prepared for rainy and humid days. It is advisable to bring warm clothing and an umbrella.



The official currency in Israel is the Shekel (ILS), but the US Dollar is also accepted for payments.


It is recommended to exchange your home currency for the local currency at the airport or local exchange offices. The Shekel comes in coins of 1, 2, 5, and 10 denominations and banknotes of varying denominations, including the highest denomination of 200 ILS. ATMs are also available in Israel, where you can withdraw cash using your credit card for added convenience.


You must remember

Remember to carry your passport with you at all times. It is your legal identification in Israel. It is imperative when visiting tourist sites that require you to go through control zones. Always keep your passport safe and close to you to avoid missing out on essential visits.


You can store a photo of your passport on your cell phone for some checkpoints, but always make sure to have the physical copy with you in case it is requested.


Remember that your passport must be valid for more than six months before it expires when entering Israel. If you are from countries like Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, or Bolivia, you must apply for a visa to enter Israel.

Stay Informed


It is essential to stay informed about the current situation in Israel before traveling, despite being a safe nation with a low crime rate.


You can go out at night without any problem and find that stores place their merchandise outside to attract tourists. If you lose something important, you can recover it.



When packing for your trip, consider the climatic temperatures. In Israel, June is spring-summer weather, with temperatures ranging from 20 to 25 °C in Jerusalem and 28 to 30 °C in the Dead Sea area.


Bring comfortable shoes like sneakers or tennis shoes as you will be walking and going on walks. Check with your airline for luggage restrictions, and pack as light as possible to leave space for gifts from Israel.


Public Transport

In Israel, it can be transported in various ways. For example, if you have an international license and want to rent a car, it is essential to know that there are rental cars that cannot easily pass some Checkpoints, so if you rent one, you must make sure which areas allow leased vehicles.


While rental cars are available, some need help to pass through certain checkpoints easily. Therefore, we recommend using public transport, which is easy to use and allows you to travel from one city to another. You can purchase a rechargeable card at bus and train stops, as public transport cannot be paid in cash.

Frequent Questions

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