The transport system in Israel is one of the advanced and rapidly growing in the world! The roads are excellent, vehicles are not older than five-seven years, and all taxis are regulated by uniform tariffs of the Ministry of Transportation of Israel. Most recently, an important milestone in the history of the development of Israel’s railway transport was completed: the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem branch! Now, absolutely without traffic jams, within 30 minutes you can get from the center of Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem. The path itself runs from the west coast through the Judean mountains and forests, revealing an amazing view of the nature of Israel! The route connects major settlements such as Abu Ghosh, Mevaseret Zion, Modiin, Lod and the most important – international airport Ben Gurion. The next task is the laying of a branch of the railway to the southernmost point of Israel: Eilat! The design mostly done and geodesian works are in full swing, and in the not-too-distant future we will be able to move comfortably from the center of the country to the South, to the Red Sea coast. In the meantime, two methods are available: a bus, or an airplane. Our agency can take care of you, and organize transportation, regardless of the number of people, in any of the available ways.
Below are prices for transfers from / to Eilat for a variety number of people.

Persons/Destination 1-3 4-6 7-18 19-55
Tel-Aviv / Jerusalem $450 $500 $700 $900
Ovda airport $100 $150 $250 $300
One day use $200 $300 $900 $1200

The price is considering the expectations and the meeting at the exit of arrival hall. In case of flight delays, we ask you not to worry and contact us in any available way, from which the fastest and most effective is sending SMS or WhatsApp message. Messaging phone number: +972586907505.
To order transport services, please fill in the form below, we will certainly send you a response to the specified method of communication.


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