Halfway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, this former capital of the early Arab empires is the most exciting place you have yet to experience. Join us as we eat and drink our way through the city, discovering a world of thrilling history, vibrant cultures and wonderful flavours, right in our back yard!
This is a Friday morning trip to Ramla in which we will explore the city’s special history and abundance of culinary delights. We will meet at the train station in Ramla at 09:00. It’s only an 18 minute journey from Tel Aviv by train!
The trip includes the following:
128 NIS includes the following: Food tasting, guided visit through the city, entrance to Arched Pools, White Tower/White Mosque, Ramla Museum, Franciscan Church of Joseph of Aramathea
SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS
* This trip requires suitable footwear for walking
* 1.5 Litres of water per person + hat + sunscreen is required
* Each participant is responsible for his or her own personal security and health.
REFUND, CANCELATION & TRIP-ADJUSTMENT POLICY
*** Included in the price of the ticket is a non-refundable deposit fee. This fee is 50 NIS
*** Full refund including deposit fee will be issued upon request no later than 7 days prior to the scheduled start time.
*** Between seven and three days prior to the trip, participants can cancel their ticket and get a full refund less the deposit fee
*** No refunds will be issued within 72 hours of the scheduled trip
*** Full refund will be issued should the trip be cancelled or postponed for any reason at the discretion of the trek leader(s).
*** The trek leader(s) has the right to change the location of the trip prior to or throughout the trip based on weather conditions without issuing a refund to participants.
*** The trek leader(s) have full discretion in not allowing a participant to fulfil the trek based on certain health considerations and or lack of proper footwear/water.
*** Price includes tour guide, site entrances, culinary tasting ***
This trip is part of the Hiking in Israel community. https://www.facebook.com/groups/HikingInIsrael/