There are plenty of options for travel to Israel. Local synagogues organize trips. So do nonprofit organizations in the United States and around the world. Travel agencies put together trips, too. Trips can center around learning, service or simply sightseeing. And these trips are available at all price points.
Below is a list of trips researched by The Voice. If you know of other trips that should be listed here, please e-mail email@example.com.
Congregation Beth David Israel Trip Oct.16-27, 2018. Contact Harris Chorney at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information,
Temple Habonim Trip Family Tour to Israel Dec. 20-30, 2018 led by Rabbi Andrew Klein and Adam Mastoon. Contact the temple office, 401-245-6536, for more information.
Temple Beth El Adult Israel Exploration trip April 7-18, 2019 led by Rabbi Sarah Mack. Contact the temple office, 401-331-6070, for more information.
Israel anniversary GA mission Oct. 17-24, 2018. Go to generalassembly.org/mission for more information. The Jewish Federations of North American annual General Assembly is in Israel Oct. 22-24. Registration to the GA is included in the cost of the mission.
The Jewish National Fund organizes trips to Israel for all ages. Go to jnf.org/travel-pages/visit-israel
Tripstoisrael.org offers a variety of Israel trips, including subsidized trips, for students and young professionals
Israel Recharge offers trips for students and young professionals. Go to Israelrecharge.com
For help with trips for teens and those in their 20s, you can contact the Israel Desk at the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island for advice: email@example.com