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IMPORTANT: When you are filling out your travel documents make sure your passport name appears exactly as it does on all your travel documents prior to ticketing. Once the flight has been ticketed, name changes are not allowed. Name changes will not be processed at the airport. 

Traveling to Israel and Jordan

U.S. citizens traveling to Israel and Jordan must have a passport, which should be valid for at least 6 months after you return home. (For our tour your passport must be valid through October 19, 2024) If that is not the case for you, start the process of renewing now.

IMPORTANT: Because of increased travel abroad there have been delays in processing new passports and renewing of passports by several weeks, or even months, so be sure to start early.


You should have at least 2 free pages in the visa section of your passport for any country you will be visiting. If you do not have at least 2 pages it would be wise to renew your passport now. 

Non-U.S. citizens should verity the entry requirements with VisaHQ or with the relevant embassy or consulate.  Please see specific entry requirements provided by VisaHQ.

Passengers who hold dual citizenship (U.S. and Israel) are required to enter and exit Israel using an Israeli passport. Please remember to take both passports with you when visiting Israel.

Israel and Jordan grants tourist visas upon arrival for U.S. citizens.

PLEASE NOTE:  Turkish visas will need to be purchased prior to our tour; they will become available for purchase 3 months to 48 hours prior to our departure date. You will receive reminder emails as we get closer to our departure date.


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Travel Protection


At this time, Israel does not require travel insurance, but Jordan and Turkey do require travel protection for entrance into their countries. 

Travel insurance is HIGHLY recommended by all travel companies. You will want to make sure that you are covered for medical emergencies and emergency evacuation. The links provided have recommendations for each country.

FYI, Medicare does not cover you while overseas. 

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Even with the most meticulous planning, travel can be full of surprises. Here are just a few unforeseen circumstances that could arise:

  • A family emergency comes up the day before you're due to depart.

  • You get sick just before or during your trip. 

  • You have a medical emergency during your trip and need evacuation.

  • You booked a domestic connecting flight, but it's delayed, causing you to miss your international flight.

  • A severe storm causes your international flight to be grounded, and now you'll miss part of your itinerary.

  • Your bags get lost, misrouted or damaged in transit.

  • You sprain an ankle while on tour.                                                                                               

When you purchase a travel protection plan, you can relax and enjoy your trip knowing that you have protection in place should something happen. 

Squaremouth is a great option for choosing which travel insurance to purchase. This online resource allows you to compare prices and policies of several travel insurance companies. 

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18 Things Your Policy Will Not Cover 

Be sure to read the fine print when purchasing your travel insurance

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Flight Terms & Conditions

**Prices are based upon availability at time of booking and are subject to change. **Taxes and surcharges are not guaranteed until time of ticketing. Travel insurance has been offered for the contracted trip and client understands what travel insurance does and does not include. It is strongly suggested that you use travel insurance for any and all travel. Representatives are only acting as an agent for SUPPLIERS in offering travel related services or in accepting reservations or bookings for services (such as air and ground transportation, hotel accommodations, meals, tours, cruises, etc.) Therefore, the representatives of The Dusty Robe: A Journey To The Holy Land shall not be responsible for breach of contract or any intentional or careless actions or omissions on part of such suppliers, which result in any loss, damage, delay, or injury to you or your travel companions or group members. Unless the term “guaranteed” is specifically stated in writing on your tickets, invoice, or reservation itinerary, we do not guarantee any of such suppliers’ rates, bookings, reservations, connections, scheduling, or handling of personal effects. The acceptance of such contracts and or tickets shall be deemed to be consent to the foregoing conditions and also to the further conditions that neither the travel agency nor any travel representatives shall be or become liable or responsible for any loss, injury, or damage to person, property, or otherwise in connection with any accommodations, transportation or other service resulting directly or indirectly from acts of God including, but not limited to, dangers incident to the sea, fire, acts of governments or other authorities, de juris or de facto wars, whether declared or not, hostilities, civil disturbances, strikes, riots, thefts, epidemics, pandemics, quarantines, medical or custom regulations, delays or cancellations of or changes in itinerary, routing or schedules from any cause beyond the control of the representatives of this tour shall be or become liable for any additional liability sustained or incurred as a result of the foregoing causes. Client assumes complete and full responsibility for and hereby releases all representatives of this tour from any duty of checking and verifying any and all passport, visas, or other entry requirements of each destination, and all safety or security conditions, at such destinations, during the length of the proposed travel. For information concerning possible dangers at international destinations, contact the Travel Advisory Section of the U.S. State Department. For medical information, call the Public Health Service. By embarking upon the contracted travel, the client voluntarily assumes all risks involved in such travel, whether expected or unexpected. Client is hereby warned of such risks, and is advised to obtain appropriate insurance coverage against them. Taxes and Fuel Surcharges are subject to change with or without notice and the amount is not guaranteed until the tickets have been ticketed. Client understands that any change of name, date, city, or variation from the contract can and will result in a charge stated by the travel agency. Charges for such changes can change with or without notice. Cancelling a flight ticket will result in a penalty and will be determined by the airlines. In the event of using a credit card for flight purchases the client will be subject to pay a credit card usage fee. Baggage Fees are NOT included in tour price. Please check the airline web site for the latest baggage fees and information.

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