Will I be able to recharge my Iphone and Ipad in a hotel room in Jerusalem?
Hello VTers - it's been a while!
I'm beginning to plan our first adventure for 2 years and I'm so excited that the choice seems quite overwhelming!
It's just a 3-weeker, but I want an exciting, varied and beautiful itinerary.
We want to visit somewhere new and I'm looking for help with ideas.
Currently, Israel & Rwanda are top runners, but Mongolia was a hot favourite for a while, but was dropped because I decided we'd need longer than 3 weeks.
I love rivers and jungle. I like to walk. My favourite countries are Turkey and Nepal.
I love little, beautiful lodges without electricity sat in the middle of nowhere.
I like to cross borders by land.
Could anyone please give me some ideas for itineraries for Rwanda, Israel or share your favourite travel adventure if it sounds like it might fit the bill? I'm looking for inspiration!
Big thanks and happy travels :-)
Faye - UK
Any chance of getting a bus/ cab from Kfar to Yatir winery. If so, how much may this cost for the cab ride there and back.
Would any of you recommend Zimmer Lasadot in Moshav Sde Yitzhak? Are there other B & B or Zimmer near to Moshav Maor?
Thinking of holidaying in Tel Aviv this summer, is the city very expensive to eat out/ drink/ stay/ see tourist attractions?
is their water sports at the beach?
where can i do horse riding on the beach in netanya
where can I obtain a printed schedule and routes for Sherut
My husband and I are visiting Eilat in May, and we're considering a day trip to Petra.
I've looked into tours, but I'm wondering how easy it is to do on our own.
Is there anyone who has done it recently and can tell me how much it would be to take a taxi? Also, any other tips you have regarding doing it on our own would be greatly appreciated!
My husband and I will be visiting Eilat in May, and I'm wondering if anyone can advise me regarding visiting Cairo from Eilat.
- Is it safe to visit Cairo, Egypt now?
- Is it better to take a tour or go on our own?
- If we do it ourselves, how easy is it to get the bus and then get to where the pyramids/Sphinx are in Cairo?
- How much does it cost for transportation to get to Cairo?
- Do we need Egyptian money to pay for bus fare, or can we use credit cards?
- Is it better to get a visa from the consulate or at the border?
Any help and advice you can give would be very much appreciated! I have been to Israel before but not Egypt, and I'm a bit nervous about it.
how many miles between Masada and Eilat
How long would the drive take from masada to EILAt ?
Also do you recommend any sites along the way ?
I looking to share taxi from tel aviv to ben gurion airport on 26 april 2014
We will be in jerusalem for passover seder, so I am wondering where we could spend the evening - either private or public. What is the best thing to do?
Hi, muy boyfriend And me want todo go there todo get marry ,And we dont know what need ,is ir free,need documentos of tour church ,please de need information
We are thinking of going to Jerusalem in July, Is there any warning for over there right now? What do you wear around that season? Also other than a passport do I need anything else Visa?
how is the weather in israel the first two weeks of april?
I want to take a taxi from Jerusalem to the Jewish area of Hebron. I would like to stop on the way to visit Rachel's tomb. Can anyone tell me what a fair price would be for a taxi to do this trip, including a 30 minute wait time at Rachel's tomb. I know I will have to negotiate a fare. I just want to have some idea of what a fair price might be. Thank you.
A friend and I will be in Jerusalem this June. We would like to attend the Masada Opera Festival the evening of June 14. We would also need transportation as well as tickets to the event? Is it possible to purchase tickets and transportation?
Hey there, does anyone know what are some good SPA salons in Haifa that provide massage and body wraps or manis/pedis and massage services? I want to buy gift certificate for my relatives there but not sure where to find recommendations for affordable and nice places.
Thanks in advance.
Would like to know the available transportation in the city and going to the airport during Sabbath day. Thanks.
What is the taxi fare from Savyon to Tel Aviv
I recently visited Moshav (agricultural settlement) Tsalaphon here in Israel. We found a pleasant place to have breakfast and also a micro-brewery called PIPO.
Problem is the town does not exist on VT (I have the same problem with dozens of other places in Israel).
When checking the Jerusalem District interactive map, I can see it on the map (only in Hebrew), but cannot find it in the VT database. Same for Moshav Tel-Shachar where we found a wonderful restaurant (called Svil Eziem or goat trail) where they make their own goat cheese.
So how do I write about these places if according to VT they do not exist....(Believe me they do, they even have big signs on the highway pointing to them).
Where can I find a private travel guide for my trip to Jerusalem
How reliable are the taxis from Ben Gurion airport to hotels in the city? Thanks
Do I need to be aware of dangers to my safety if travelling alone as a woman to Ein Gedi? This is my first time to Israel and the Dead Sea.
What is the best way to get to Ein Gedi and where should I fly in to?
who can give me the name and mail of a taxi driver whoi can take me and my family to the u coral beach
Can you recommend any Bedouin experience in Negev? preferably on the way from Tel-Aviv to Eilat. Any websites/numbers/travel agencies that organise such trips? And how much does it cost? thanks a lot
I am planning to visit Tel Aviv and Petra in May and need some tips.
Any help on an organized tour to Petra from Tel Aviv?
Which are the best areas to stay in Tel Aviv? I will be using Air B&B
Has anybody visited Eilat?Worth spending a couple of days there?
I plan a budget trip around Israel (2 weeks between 21st April-6th May 2014).
Just wondered, if there’s anyone having similar plans & willing to join me en route…
Roughly saying, my itinerary is as follows: Eilat - Ein Gedi / Dead Sea - Jerusalem / Bethlehem - Tiberias / Sea of Galilee - Tel Megiddo - Haifa - Caesarea - Tel Aviv / Jaffa.
Eilat is a MUST so to say - I'd like to stay down there for 3-4 days and possibly do some diving.
If it's not your cup of tea, visiting Petra / Wadi Rum (Jordan) located nearby remains an alternative depending on the weather & local transportation...
I’m relaxed, easy going kinda guy, happy to compromise on details when necessary & rather experienced with backpacking (Russian Far East, China, South Korea, Japan, Cuba, Brazil, etc.).
Keen on culture, local customs, people and nature as much as possible, I don't mind hanging out / meeting up for drinks or having a party there and then as long as it's fun so we can enjoy it altogether.
Photography is a big passion of mine, naturally then quite an important aspect on my trips...
I would prefer to move around using local transport and stay in youth hostels mainly (accommodation) with max daily budgets of 70 GBP / 80 EUR / 110 USD.
If you think likewise and look for an adventure, why don't you drop a few lines and describe yourself briefly (trip expectations and general approach).
Bougainville (34 / UK)