Here are some of the most common questions we receive from our travelers! If you can't find what you're looking for here, please contact us at [email protected] so we can  help you out.

The answer is yes! Visit the website of the Israeli Ministry Department to view the latest information:

https://www.gov.il/en/departments/news/border_closing_coronavirus_14062020

Visas are not required by all countries. Visas are required for visitors from the USA to enter Israel.Visa information can be found here:

https://embassies.gov.il/washington/ConsularServices/Pages/Visa-Information.aspx

It is recommended that you join the group the evening before the hiking day at no charge.
Those coming by public transportation will be picked up by the camp crew car from a close bus  station to the group in the night camp.
When we contact you, we’ll arrange your arrival time and place. If you intend to arrive by car, we’ll let you know exactly where it is best to park it and how to get there at the end of the walking days.​

In spite of its beauty, the Israel Trail is quite challenging, so it is important to be in shape and in good health to tackle it.

Dreams are the source of all our greatest achievements! Our logistics (food, water, phone charging station, personal mattress, etc.) along with the excellent atmosphere of our journey makes it possible to achieve your dream.

You’ll need an Israeli SIM card with an internet connection when you arrive in Israel.
Locations, Massages, and more are uploaded to our WhatsApp group.​

It can be cold at night in the desert (about 10C°)

At a day time, it can be about 25C°.

 

The entry of foreign nationals into Israel is subject to presentation of health insurance (including a section covering the Coronavirus disease).

The total distance we walk a day ranges between 15-25 kilometers, depending on the terrain. If the terrain is more flat, we walk more kilometers, but if the terrain is hilly, we walk less kilometers.

Saturday is a time for resting and doing laundry. You will have access to a washing machine and an eco-friendly soap

To save money, it is recommended that you purchase the early bird ticket.
We will sell early bird tickets until August 31st or until all of them are sold

Our Autumn journey ends in Eilat, so you can book a flight from Ramon  airport or take public transportation from Eilat to Tel Aviv.
We finish our spring hike in Kibbutz Dan, and then we will drive you into Kiryat Shmona, from where you should take a bus to Tel Aviv.
Moovit App is highly recommended