Airline tickets will be distributed at the airport on the day of departure.
It’s not a problem. Most people that go on birthright don’t. Most Israelis speak English so you’ll be able to communicate with them! Also, Tour Educators are fluent in Hebrew and English so they can help you if you need it!
All participants must take part in all activities but your family/friends can come visit you at night time if there isn’t a program going on. Also, you can extend your ticket to visit them after the trip.
Hillel trips provide opportunities for students to celebrate Jewish life together and you won’t be required to join in organized religious activities. In addition, Kosher food will be served at all tour-sponsored activities and there will be no travel scheduled on the Jewish Sabbath. There will be B’nai Mitzvah ceremony for students that want to… read more
Birthright Israel is a fun-filled experience that involves extensive touring of Israel, interactive discussions, recreational activities, and time to hang out with friends. If you have specific questions, please contact Brian at [email protected]!