Fly to Israel on El Al Israel Airlines

Fly to Israel on El Al Israel Airlines

From R10,750 p.p. Subject to price terms

Package Includes
  • Flights to Israel Ex JNB including airport taxes
  • 3 days car hire (inclusive of 250kms per day)

Fly to Israel on El Al Israel Airlines and enjoy three days car hire

Valid for all new bookings.  
High season supplement applies over peak holiday periods.
R10,750 p.p. Ex JNB (includes approximate taxes)
  • Land arrangements
  • Car rentals are subject to a 0.4% Government Stamp tax payable direct to Car Hire Company direct
  • RBD: U Class
  • Minimum Stay: 5 Days
  • Maximum Stay: One Month
  • Closed Booking for outbound/inbound travel
  • Package rates are ex JNB; Domestic add-ons permitted on BA/Comair & SAA.
  • Rebooking: Before Departure – Not Permitted // After Departure – upgrade ticket to higher fare
  • Cancellation fee: Before departure: 25 % // After departure: non-refundable
  • Child: pays 75% of applicable adult fare.
  • No Infant fare
  • This special is per person (ie 3 days free per psgr. on this special)
  • There is an airport surcharge PER pick-up/drop-off as follows : USD 29.50
  • Includes 250km per day, CDW & TP.
  • Passengers may upgrade the car to a higher category and pay in the difference in rates as per the published rates available from Superstar Holidays.
  • One-way rentals to/from Eilat less than 3 days will incur an additional drop off charge payable direct.
  • One-way rentals to/from the Dead Sea will incur an additional drop off charge payable direct.
  • Clients who hold Israeli passports including those with dual citizenship are subject to 16.5% VAT unless it is stamped with visa status B1;B2 or B3. All Clients must pay 17% VAT for mini-vans/jeeps and carrying more than 6 psgrs.
  • Car Rentals are subject to a 0.4% Government Stamp Tax payable to Car Hire Company direct.

Israel

Israel is a land suffused with the importance of its position, as the cradle of Judaism, Christianity and Islam alike. This cultural complexity is further reflected by the diversity of its natural landscape, which varies from the salty serenity of the Dead Sea, to verdant national parks and parched desert plateaus.

Most visits to the Holy Land are ushered in with a trip to the capital city of Jerusalem. The vibrant streets bustle with the activity of modern city-dwellers and busy markets spill out onto ancient cobbled streets against a skyline of sacred sites. The modern commercial centre of Tel Aviv is dedicated to the more hedonistic pursuits of life, that come in the form of sun-drenched beaches, good restaurants, designer clothing stores and sophisticated night clubs. Sunbathing and scuba diving is the allure of the Red Sea port of Elat, while relaxation and spa resorts are a specialty of the Dead Sea experience. The Galilee area, north of Jerusalem, is the destination of pilgrims and nature-lovers alike. Its concentration of holy sites is fascinating, particularly around the azure stretches of the Sea of Galilee. The cosmopolitan reaches of the Jewish-Arab city of Haifa provide a glorious base from which to explore the Galilee area, as well as the magnificent sea grottoes of Rosh Hanikra.

Home to over 200 museums, Israel has the highest number of museums per capita in the whole world - further underlining its status as one of the most culturally-rich tourist destinations on the planet - while its national parks are roundly celebrated for their accessibility and beauty, as well. Nearly 3.5 million people visit Israel on holiday each year, confirming its reputation as a chief international tourist destination.

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