Our main service season begins in October and finishes in May. The Israeli “winter” is very mild. It is the greenest part of the year, with unique wheat and barley fields locations in April-May. Minimum rain, mainly short, mostly predictable. Check some averages here.
DISTANCES BETWEEN THE LOCATIONS
Our country is small and represents full range of locations from the green fields till the snowy Hermon mountain. It takes 6 hours to travel from the North to the South, and Tel Aviv is a seaside city almost in the middle of the country.
A trip between Tel Aviv and a desert can take from 1.5 to 3.5 hours, depending on the desert type required.
In-country flights will take you to Eilat, the Red Sea city within 30 min. Northern Galilee lake , the Sea of Galilee, with its forests and hills is 3 hours far from Tel Aviv.
Israeli crews are known for their speed, professionalism and always finding a way to make what needs to happen happen. You will be amazed at how much an Israeli crew manages to get done as opposed to other crews you have worked with.
Citizens of 96 jurisdictions do not need to require a visa to Israel for a maximum stay of 3 months, including EU, UK, US, Russian Federation, Ukraine and so on. You need to have only a passport valid for a minimum of six months from the date of entry
Direct & regular flights from Europe and Russia take from 3 to 5 hours. From US (NY) – 10 hours.