Participants will be removed from the program for use or possession of alcohol in violation of the terms of this policy; there will be no tolerance for drunkenness and/or drunk or disorderly conduct. Failure to abide by the policy will result in immediate removal from the trip and forfeit of deposit.
1. Drinking is not permitted
on the flight to and from Israel.
2. Drinking is never permitted
during program time or while on the bus.
3. Drinking is not permitted
in participants or any hotel/guest house bedrooms.
4. Drinking is only permitted
in locations that are authorized and designated for that purpose (e.g., pubs,
hotel bar, etc.) with the Trip Organizers full knowledge and consent.
5. Purchase of any form of
alcohol for later use outside the designated place is not permitted.
6. It is forbidden to buy or
to be in possession of bottles or multiple cans of alcoholic drinks of any
kind; from supermarkets, grocery stores, kiosks, duty free, or anywhere else.
7. Staff may not purchase
alcohol for participants.
8. Participants may purchase a
closed bottle of wine as a gift to bring home when visiting a winery with their
9. Purchasing alcohol in the
hotel bar is only permitted if the Trip Organizer has personally approved such
to the group’s educational staff.
10. In the evenings, before the
visit to Yad Vashem (for educational reasons) and strenuous activities such as
the climb up Massada (for health reasons), alcohol consumption will not be
allowed. Trip Organizers may add to this list at their discretion.
11. Outings to pubs and bars as
a group activity is not permitted.
12. During ‘Leisure Nights’
participants may go to a bar and pub and drink responsibly within the
parameters of the Taglit regulations. They may not purchase or be in possession
of bottles of alcohol.
13. Soldiers participating in
the program as part of Mifgashim may not drink any alcoholic drinks due to
general I.D.F.'s instruction
14. Staff are not permitted to
drink during the course of the 10 day trip.