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Hello, we are planning to take my mom to Israel in April and need accessible accommodations. My mom is a stroke survivor on a walker and uses a wheelchair.

Hello, we are planning to take my mom to Israel in April and need accessible accommodations. My mom is a stroke survivor on a walker and uses a wheelchair. We are traveling with a caregiver and plan on buying/renting a wheelchair in Israel and renting a car to get around. Any help, feedback, guidance is very much appreciated.

4/6/20
NikolaiGrin

 Hi Sima - please visit this link to make arrangements for any adaptive or mobility equipment you may need. https://www.friendsofyadsarah.org/services-for-tourists

4/6/20
Gita-Enta Broydy

Thank you all for your responses and resources. I very much appreciate it. Thank you

4/6/20
Gita-Enta Broydy

 https://accesstravel.com/.../telaviv__Accessible_Travel... , here you will find all needed information about Tel Aviv , can book proven by our users hotel and rent a scooter , to find a guide and much more . In Israel we have about 5 destinations , https://accesstravel.com/en-US descriptions and all services that you need including tours and etc

4/6/20
NikolaiGrin

I spent this past Christmas in Israel and the Holy Land.
Flew into Tel Aviv, stayed at the Dan Hotel. Then to Caesarea and the Sea of Galilee staying at the Scots Hotel.
Then to Nazareth, Bethlehem and to Jerusalem and a wealth of tourist sites, sta
ying at the King David Hotel.
Bottom line?
Don’t go if you’re in a wheelchair.
None of the 5 star hotels above had accessible rooms.
And everywhere in and around the ancient religious sites are steps (yes, some ramps, but few).
And one oddity.
I can walk a little, and tried the Via Dolorosa. But with the cobblestone road, almost impossible.
However, the Holocaust Museum was 100% wheelchair accessible.
But the National Museum containing the Dead Sea Scrolls?
Forget about it.

4/6/20