When people imagine a Birthright trip, many often think about the Dead Sea, exploring the market of Tel Aviv, or visiting the Western Wall. These daytime activities leave future participants wondering: what does nighttime look like on a Birthright trip?
As a general rule, there are two nights where groups get to explore the nightlife of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. However, this isn't a guarantee and depends on good group behavior!
The truth is each Birthright trip is different and there are various factors that play into what you can/can’t do at night.
Whether you can go out to a public establishment at night depends on a couple of things:
1. Where your accommodation is
For example, if your group is staying on a Kibbutz, these nights you will most likely be able to hang out after the day’s activities have ended but not able to leave the Kibbutz
2. Your Tour Educator’s judgment based on the group’s behavior and safety
Some nights you may also be allowed to explore the area nearby your accommodation up to 1km from where you are staying, but it again depends on your Tour Educator and staff's decision.
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The Yael Adventures Registration Team