Israel 75 Mission Pricing, Accommodations and Cancellations

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Charges to your credit card will be made as follows:
A $500 per-person deposit, upon registration, is required for Israel. The deposit is fully refundable until Friday, September 30, 2022.

An additional $1,000 per-person deposit, upon registration, is required for the Pre-Mission to Poland. The deposit is fully refundable until Friday, September 30, 2022.

On January 13, 2023, 50% of the mission balance will be due.

From October 1, 2022 through January 13, 2023, there is a $500 per-person charge for cancellations for Israel-only trips ($1,500 per-person for Poland/Israel).
Israel only $1535 additional single supplement cost.
Poland and Israel single occupancy is $10,175.

From January 13, 2023 through March 1, 2023, there is a $2,000 per-person charge for cancellations for Israel-only trips ($3,000 per-person for Poland/Israel).

The remaining balance is due March 1, 2023.

No refunds can be made after March 1, 2023 for Israel-only and Poland/Israel trips.

Charges will be made to your credit card on file. Please contact the Missions Department at 786.866.8436 or missions@jewishmiami.org to change your form of payment.

Interest-free monthly plans are available are available for both the Israel 75 Mission and Pre-Mission to Poland. Checks, MasterCard, American Express and Visa are accepted.




What's Included
Land only Package:

Five nights in a deluxe hotel in Jerusalem and two nights in a deluxe hotel in Tel Aviv and breakfast daily; five lunches; six dinners; airport transfers on arrival on April 20 and departure on April 27; porterage at hotels; seven days touring on deluxe, air-conditioned bus; water on bus; English-speaking guide; driver; security; hostess; tips (guides, drivers and hostesses); entrance fees per itinerary

Not Included:
Any meals not mentioned above; any alcohol or wine with meals (unless provided); early hotel check-in (if you arrive before the trip); any passport charges; excess baggage charges; any items of a personal nature (telephone, laundry, etc.); COVID-19 testing required by either the United States, Israel or Poland; anything not mentioned above

Pre-Mission to Poland
Monday, April 17-Wednesday, April 19, 2023

The Pre-mission to Poland is a journey in discovering a world of rich Jewish heritage that no longer exists. This is a journey of reflection that enables participants to learn about the Jews of Eastern Europe and their lives before the Holocaust. It is an experience that will educate us so that we can try to understand what we lost in the Holocaust.

The group will travel throughout Poland and will visit sites of the Holocaust, as well as locations of significance to Jewish participants. Warsaw and Krakow, the remains of the Jewish ghettos, Mila 18, the restored Noczyk synagogue in Warsaw, the Jewish Quarter, the Remuh Synagogue in Krakow, and the remains of the concentration camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau and Treblinka are all part of the experience.

The highlight will be when we join the International March of the Living on Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) with over 8,000 Jewish teens from communities around the world. Together with them and the Miami delegation of teenagers, we will march in solidarity from Auschwitz to Birkenau in testimony of Am Yisrael Chai, the Jewish people live.


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