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All cancellation notices must be received in writing (e-mail) to the Messianic Journeys office. Refunds for cancellation are based on the time of the cancellation. Failure to submit payments within the required payment schedule (and grace period) may result in trip cancellation by Messianic Journeys.

Before December 1, 2021: Trip Deposit is refundable less $500.00 cancellation fee.
December 1, 2021 – January 31, 2022: Refund less $1000.00 cancellation fee.
February 1, 2022 – February 28, 2022: Refund less $2500.00 cancellation fee.
After February 28, 2022: Sorry no refund.

See Terms and Conditions from Messianic Journeys for more information.


To be determined.

What Is the Baggage Allowance?

One piece of checked luggage (maximum 50 pounds) plus one small personal bag (small enough to comfortably fit on your lap on the tour bus, such as a back-pack). Luggage is limited due to the tour bus luggage bay capacity.

Can I Use Frequent Flyer Miles to Purchase My Airline Ticket?

You cannot use miles for group flights. If you wish to use frequent flyer miles, please request the self-arranged option. If you choose the group flight, you can add your frequent flyer number to your eTicket at the time of check-in to earn miles for the flight (depending on the airline).

Can Messianic Journeys Help Me with My Flights?

We suggest that you call My Travel Agent and speak with Chaim Limor or his staff at 630-961-3606. Just mention that you are traveling with Messianic Journeys and talk with the staff about your plans. They will work with you to make arrangements for your flights.

What Are Our Accommodations?

Hotels are subject to change without notice.

Are All Gratuities Included?

Yes! A generous tip to guides, drivers, hotel staff, and those serving you at applicable sites are included in your tour cost. We pray that this provision is a blessing and a testimony to those who serve you.

What Out-of-Pocket Expenses Should I Expect?

Please bring spending money for lunches (about $20–30 per day), sodas, bottled water, and personal expenses such as souvenirs, laundry, or room service.

Should I Bring My Young Children on the Tour?

Young children may find the pace of the tour to be too rigorous and may find the time on the tour bus and quiet times of teaching challenging. We recommend that guests be age 13 or above.

How Much Walking Will We Be Doing?

Seeing Israel is not a looking-out-the-bus-window-experience. Our tours are a feet-on-the-ground adventure that requires travelers to be in generally good health and is responsible to have independent mobility and strength.

There is a significant amount of walking over uneven archaeological terrain and nature pathways as well as up hills and ancient stairs. To participate in this tour successfully, you should be able to climb two flights of stairs without assistance and walk at a modest pace for a mile, as well as be able to stand in potentially hot weather.

Individuals registering for this journey accept the responsibility for being in good health and able to walk without assistance. If you require a cane, crutches, wheelchair, or personal assistance to walk, sorry but this is not the trip for you. You must be physically able to independently walk and travel with the tour group. If you have questions about this, please reach out to Messianic Journeys.

See Terms and Conditions from Messianic Journeys for more information.

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Israel Tour 2022

If you have questions or would like more information, contact:
Messianic Journeys
PO Box 59122
Chicago, IL  60659
(773) 338-9100

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