COST:  $3150 for the Israel portion only; airfare is not included. The price is based on a minimum of 30 Fort Wilderness participants. A $150 surcharge will be applied if less than 30 participants accompany the trip. 

All Israel touring related expenses per the tour itinerary
Daily breakfast
Daily dinner
All tips, service charges and admissions

Airfare arrangements
Transportation from Tel Aviv airport to the Tel Aviv hotel
Transportation from the Jerusalem hotel to the Tel Aviv airport
Lunches are a personal expense

PAYMENT:   All payments are to be by a check made payable to Emmaus Educational Services. Credit card payments are not accepted.

Emmaus Educational Services
74 Lafayette Ave., Suite 202-123
Suffern, NY 10901

CRITICAL CANCELLATION DEADLINE:   All cancellations made prior to Feb. 15, 2021 receive a full refund. If you cancel from the trip on or after Feb. 15, 2021 you are subject to penalties not to exceed $300. All funds paid to Emmaus (less cancellation and/or penalty fees that may apply) will be reimbursed promptly upon notification of your cancellation. 

TRAVEL INSURANCE:  Emmaus recommends that you purchase "Trip Cancellation" or "Cancel for Any Reason" travel insurance.

SINGLE ROOM SUPPLEMENT FEE IS $1100:   All Emmaus trip prices are based on double occupancy. If you request a single room there is an additional fee. Please add the single room supplement fee of $1100 to your final payment to Emmaus. 

 Deposit (applicants will be notified when the deposit is due)   $300  
 December 15, 2020   $950
 January 15, 2021   $950
 February 15, 2021   $950


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  • "This was a great program and if I had a chance to do it over again I wouldn’t hesitate. I think your team put in an outstanding effort and deserve more than a pat on the back. I can’t stop thanking you for your commitment to teach us God’s word and open up a knowledge of the land in the life and time of Jesus. Had we done what we had earlier planned to do and tour on our own we would not have learnt a fraction of what you taught us. Even though many people struggled with the climate, I think that that in itself taught us the harshness of the land, and was a good lesson."
    R.A., Israel Trip