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WELCOME ABOARD, You're Going To Peru!
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To help you get ready for departure, we've put all your pre-trip resources in one place.
STEP 1: PAY YOUR DEPOSIT TO CONFIRM YOUR SPOT.
Your spot on a trip is not confirmed until we have received your $295 deposit.
STEP 2: BOOK YOUR FLIGHT & INSURANCE
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Arrival Instructions: Participants should fly into Jorge Chavez International Airport in Lima, Peru (LIM) the morning or afternoon on the first day of the program. (July 24) The program officially starts at 6pm on the first day of the program at the hotel in Lima, and transportation from the airport is safe and affordable from designated transportation companies.
Notes on return flight: Participants should book their return flight home from Cusco, Peru (Airport Code: CUZ) in the afternoon, after 1pm. (Aug 2) Alternatively, you could book your itinerary round trip into Lima departing later in the evening on the last day of the program and book a domestic flight back to Lima on the last day of the trip. This is sometimes a cheaper option.
EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION:
International Emergency Contact:
Rabbi Jamie Cowland, Jamie@justifi.org, +972 525 448 544
Trip Organizers, Primary Contacts:
Rabbi Dov Ber Cohen, Dovber@justifi.org
Jewish Centers of Peru:
+51-1-264-6060 (Chabad of Lima)
+51-84-236-844 (Chabad of Cusco)
US Embassy of Peru:
+ (51-1) 618-2000
+1 888 407 4747 (Department of Overseas Citizens Services)
Skirts should reach the knee, necklines should reach the collarbone, sleeves should cover at least half the upper arm. Short sleeves are acceptable but not cap sleeves please. Feel free to wear leggings under skirts or aladdin pants. There are no guidelines for footwear or legwear from the knee down!
For those amongst you who observe the rules of Das Yehudis when it comes to stockings or socks, Justifi’s posek ruled for our groups that Das Yehudis need not apply when we are away from established Jewish communities. We recommend that you ask your own halachic shailos if you have any questions!
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