Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to the most frequently asked questions about traveling to Israel.

Caesarea

Sea of Galilee

Jerusalem

Bethlehem

Nazareth

Capernaum

Garden of Gethsemane

The Temple Mount

Mount Carmel

Ariel, Capital of Samaria

The Garden Tomb

En Gedi

Jordan River Baptism

Mount of Olives

The Western Wall

The Dead Sea

WHERE DO YOU
Go

Passports take 4 – 6 Weeks to process – Do not wait to apply!​

  • Download and fill out the DS-11 Form  from          www. travel.state.gov or get this form at Passport authorized Post Offices.

  • Get your 2×2 Passport PictureWalgreens & CVS have $2 off coupons on their websites.  Most authorized Post Office Passport locations also offer this service.

 

*A list of authorized Passport Locations can be found on www.travel.state.gov

 

Take the following to an authorized Post Office Passport Location:

  • Filled-Out DS-11 Form

  • One of the Following: Birth Certificate, Consular Report of Birth Abroad, Certificate of Naturalization/Citizenship

  • One of the Following: Valid Driver’s License (plus a second ID if issued in a different state than where you apply), Undamaged U.S. Passport (if issued less than 15 years ago), Certificate of Naturalization, Valid government ID (city, state, or federal), Valid Military ID

  • $110 Application Fee for Passport Book** (must be cash or money order) and $25 Execution Fee

 

**You only need a Passport Book, you do not need the Passport Card.  The Passport Card is not valid for travel to Israel.

HOW TO GET YOUR
Passport

 

It’s not necessary to on the journey; however, we highly recommend traveler insurance for our travelers.

 

We can provide recommendations upon

your request.

DO I NEED
Travelers Insurance

 

 

You can go to the following website to see if your country requires a Visa to go to Israel:

http://mfa.gov.il/MFA/ConsularServices/Documents/VisaRequirements-Tourists.pdf

DO I REQUIRE A
IF I'M NOT A US CITIZEN
Visa