FAQ

Have a question? I’ve created a list of frequently asked questions, so you can see the answer without having to contact me. If you prefer contacting me, that’s also great. I’d love to answer your questions!

Yes! Actually, that’s what I usually do. You can contact me via the various contact options on the website and we can build you customized tour together. I can show you the places you want to see, spend as much time as you want, and adjust the tour to your needs. 

The cost for a private tour in Jerusalem is 1,000 ILS for up to 6 people. For tours outside Jerusalem, prices depends on distance. 

These prices are for walking tours only and do not include transportation, food, entrance fees, etc.

*If you are interested in a short 2 to 3 hour tour, please contact me for a discounted price offer. 

The tour price includes guiding only. It does not include food, drinks, souvenirs, transportation, and any other personal expenses. 

There are two ones you can pay for the tour: 

  • Online payment request – I can send you an online payment request, through which you can pay via Paypal or Credit Card.
  • Cash – It is possible to pay in cash on the day of the tour. If you choose to pay in cash, please arrive with Israeli Shekels. I do not accept USD dollars or any other currencies. 

Please note that to secure the tour date, I request a 100 deposit payment through online payment. 

If you book a private tour, you pick the meeting point. We can meet at your hotel or at an agreed upon landmark.

Of course! You are responsible to have a travel and/or health insurance. I will do my best to ensure your wellbeing, but sometimes unaccepted events happen and it’s your responsibility to have everything covered. 

As my brand’s name suggests, I usually do walking tours. If you want me to join you on a transportation-based tour, that’s also possible, but I will need to contact a driver and request a quote for the transportation service. This kind of tour typically costs higher, because you’ll be paying for both the guide and the driver.

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