I'm running out of time. My mother is almost 84 years old with mild dementia. It has been her dream to go to Israel and I want to try to take her before it's too late. Private touring is just too expensive (only 3 of us going, My mom, dad and myself) and a regular tour, although a great value, will not allow a roller walker nor a wheelchair and is probably to fast paced anyway. My mom does walk but gets tired. She would be interested in a christian holy land tour in Spanish. Does anyone have a compromise between a private tour and a group tour that wont break the bank and or her spirit? Should I take the organized tour and only do the things she can walk to?
Is El Al the best airline for comfort as well as safety. Any sample itineraries for the elderly slow walkers. Looking into a tour by Israel4all but haven't heard back yet. Should I rent a car and do most of it own my own and use private day tours in specific places?