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  • Credit Card(s) – Advise creditor of international travel dates & locations.
  • Credit Card(s) – Check and confirm regarding International Transaction Fee(s) with your bank.
  • Bank Cash Card – Advise bank of international travel dates and locations. Upon arriving you can withdraw up to $300 a day, please keep in mind there is a $5 withdrawal fee per transaction.
  • Cell Phone – Check with the carrier for international calls/data plans if you’d like, however; there is Wi-Fi almost everywhere, including in the buses and it is free of charge.
  • Photocopy Credit Card(s), Bank Card(s), & Passport – This is a precautionary measure.
  • Leave Travel Details with Local Contact – Provide them the itinerary and/or our contact information.
  • Cash for Arrival, a couple 100s should be enough – The tour guide will aid you in exchanging the currency should you desire. The exchange rate is the same in most places, except at the banks and the hotels. So please feel confident in allowing the tour guide to assist you. You may need some Shekels for lunch or US dollars are accepted everywhere, we suggest you bring small bills such as $1.00’s, $5.00’s and $10.00’s for gratuities and other items you may desire to purchase.
  • Adapters for European Outlets – We will have adapters. If you need one, please let us know. They are free of charge. We only ask for you to please bring it back to us after you’ve finished. Please do not worry if they get lost, however we would greatly appreciate it if you took care of them and return them.
  • Transformer for 110v/220v – If you need one, you can ask the tour guide. 
  • Prescriptions – Up to date and sufficient supply for travel dates. We suggest extra medications as a precautionary measure.
  • Shoes for travel and walking – to stay comfortable throughout the pilgrimage.
  • Extra room in suitcase for purchases/souvenirs from the Holy Land.
  • Proper clothing considering weather conditions.

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