- Please fill in the online registration form https://forms.gle/LyriT8LXXkjxtgF27 (one per person must be filled in – i.e. couples would fill in 2 online registrations) (If you are struggling to complete the form, then you can download a version from here https://icej.org.za/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/2023-ICEJ-Tour-Registration.docx)
- Please also email the following to Judy at email@example.com:
- Proof of payment of a non-refundable booking deposit of R5,500 per person should be paid within 7 days of registration
- a copy of your passport details page (SA & Eswatini citizens do not need a VISA – other countries should check and make arrangements if you need one) https://www.gov.il/en/Departments/publications/reports/tourist-visa-table)
- a copy of your insurance policy reflecting your name and policy number (Israel requires COVID cover)
- if you are not part of our group flight booking, then we need a copy of your booked plane ticket and
- Please call Judy 021 879 1788 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any assistance
- NB Please be aware that you will need to be walking fit to participate and enjoy the tour.
- Cost is R39,950 at an exchange rate of R 18.3 / US$ excluding flights & insurance & ICEJ Feast Registration. R53,950 with flights.
- The payment in US$ by ICEJ SA to Israel will be allocated to your SARB Single Discretionary Allowance (R1m/year) using the details provided in the registration form
- Single room supplement is R16,300
- Banking Details: FNB, Friends of the Embassy, 7-day notice savings acc. 74767599763 and branch code 250655 – please use your name as reference
- R 5,500 non-refundable deposit within 7 days of registration
- R 15,000 by 20 June 2023 (R20,500 in total)
- R 15,000 by 20 July 2023 (R35,500 in total)
- R 15,000 by 20 August 2023 (R50,500 in total)
- R 3,450 by 20 September 2023 (R53,950 in total) + R 6,000 Optional Feast Registration Fee + Exchange Rate Adjustment if applicable
- Full payment must be received by no later than 20 September 2023 in our bank account to ensure access to the tour
- Standard SA, Eswatini and UK passports don’t need visa’s – they get a 90-day tourism visa at the airport
- Passports must be valid for at least 6 months after the tour dates (i.e. after 30 April 2024)
- You must have at least 2 blank pages in your passport
Unless otherwise confirmed, all tour members will be part of our group booking with El Al Airlines from Johannesburg to Tel Aviv return.
Please note, if you are joining from another country. Please check the date and time carefully of both the departure and arrival times when booking online or through a travel agent. You need to ensure that you arrive at the same time or sooner and leave at the same time or later.
Also please ensure that the names on the ticket is the same as the ones in your passport.
- Israel requires that each tourist has a health insurance policy with coverage for the treatment of Covid19 virus. You must have a printed version of your policy reflecting the cover for COVID isolation/quarantine and medical expense cover. You are responsible for your own medical insurance or cover. Please check with your medical aid on your international claim procedure or if you have cover through payment of your plane ticket with your credit card. Alternatively you may need to purchase 3rd party insurance from providers like: https://www.allianz-assistance.co.za/ or https://www.tic.co.za/ or any other, please check the policy for COVID terms.
Local connecting flights in South Africa
- For connecting flight after return in Johannesburg, please give at least 2hrs (immigration, luggage, customs & any minor delay) – preferably 3hrs for a connecting flight. Also, please ensure that you have someone in SA that you can sms to change your flight if there are any serious delays as the local carriers are not sympathetic to change flights if you arrive after the flight has left. Alternatively book the flights through a travel agent to ensure the connecting flights are linked.
Israel Entry Requirements
- As of today, it is not required to present a certificate of recovery or vaccination, and it is not required to take a COVID test upon entry to Israel.
- Israel requires that each tourist has a health insurance policy with coverage for the treatment of Covid19 virus (see Travel Insurance point above).