Multi-day Trips Israel
9 days / 8 Nights
Israel History & Heritage: Jerusalem & Tel Aviv
Jerusalem - Tel Aviv
This accessible multi-day trip to Israel is designed for seniors and people with reduced mobility and brings history, culture, and local flavors together. The itinerary gives you plenty of time in the capital Jerusalem, as well as an excursion to the Dead Sea and a visit to the modern hub of Tel Aviv. Embark yourself on this journey to Israel as you unveil a captivating tapestry of ancient wonders, vibrant cultures, and breathtaking landscapes, igniting a profound sense of awe and leaving an indelible mark on you and your companions. This multi-day trip was designed with accessibility in mind. Your comfort and safety are our priorities! All guaranteed accessible rooms are equipped with a roll-in shower, and an accessible van fitted with a wheelchair lift will do all transfers between destinations. Places visited, and paths have been carefully selected for them to be step and obstacle free. If mobility is still a concern, for an extra price, we can rent a scooter for you, The Dan Panorama Hotel in Jerusalem, the Isrotel Kedma Hotel, and the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Hotel are the selected hotels; if accessible rooms aren’t available at the time of your booking, we will find another similar accommodation with an accessible room that also matches your needs. The price of this multi-day trip might be subject to changes depending on seasonality and the availability of accessible rooms. A travel expert will confirm the final details once you submit a booking request.
Things to Do + Hotels + Ground transportation
Accessible travel Israel
Be sure to take out adequate medical insurance for your personal and travel needs and to have funds to cover any medical emergencies.
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Israel is overall safe to travel to, with considerably low crime rates where tourists are free to explore without having to worry about street crime. However, it is advised that you always remain vigilant.
All tourists (regardless of whether vaccinated or not) from all countries can travel to Israel. Tourists flying to Israel no longer require testing before or after their flight. The same applies to cruises and land borders. Tourists do not need to isolate themselves upon entering Israel. You are required to hold health insurance with coverage for the treatment of COVID-19 for the duration of your trip.
The northern part of Israel is characterized by a Mediterranean climate, while the southern part is extremely dry, with a semi-arid strip in between. Israel's climate is characterized by hot summers and mild winters. Rainfall varies across the country from year to year.
The official language of Israel is Hebrew, and almost the entire population speaks it either as native speakers or proficiently as a second language.
Electricity in Israel is 230V, and the plugs are types C, H, and M.