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[Next Departure] Toronto to Tel Aviv As Low as $199 - One Way and Round Trip $399 CAD

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Toronto to Tel Aviv As Low as $199 - One Way and Round Trip $399 CAD

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Toronto to Tel Aviv, Israel – Starting $399 CAD roundtrip including taxes | WOW Air

Posted on May 16, 2017

WOW Air is offering some crazy cheap fares from Toronto to Tel Aviv, Israel for only $199 CAD one-way or $398 CAD roundtrip including taxes.

There is 1 connection each way in Reykjavik. The departing flight has a 13 hour layover during the day, which gives you an opportunity to check out Iceland!

This deal will sell out quickly so make sure to book it immediately!

BAGGAGE FEES:
They’ve changed up their baggage policy, making it even harder to travel ‘light’ to Iceland & Europe. Their basic fares now only include 1 personal item. Previously, you were allowed to take 1 carry-on (10kg) as well.

Carry-on — $64 CAD each way
Checked bag (20kg) — $90 CAD each way

For a full list of their extra fees, click HERE

AVAILABILITY:

Select dates from September to October

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19 replies
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Jul 22, 2010
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dang, super hot! My flight was 1k +. TLV is an amazing city!

checked baggage cost is a bit of a bummer though.
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Jun 26, 2010
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Vancouver
When airfare is this inexpensive, is it still safe to fly?
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shabbydog wrote:
May 16th, 2017 6:49 pm
When airfare is this inexpensive, is it still safe to fly?
Do you think they strap you to the wings for this price?
Tel Aviv is a cool city btw.
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Aug 28, 2016
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Scavos wrote:
May 16th, 2017 4:10 pm
dang, super hot! My flight was 1k +. TLV is an amazing city!

checked baggage cost is a bit of a bummer though.

I can fly with nothing but small napsack for a week but wifey need an entire suitcase obviously.
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Mike2258 wrote:
May 16th, 2017 9:48 pm
I can fly with nothing but small napsack for a week but wifey need an entire suitcase obviously.
That's the good part about low-cost airlines: couples can share a luggage. Still, the baggage policy change is very unfortunate.
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Jan 22, 2017
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So very tempted by this deal. Always wanted to see Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Can anyone share their experience there?
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bobbyheenan wrote:
May 16th, 2017 10:25 pm
So very tempted by this deal. Always wanted to see Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Can anyone share their experience there?
Has beautiful beaches and I have traveled all around the world in Tel Aviv;

It is a great place to go and visit with great culture. Let me know if you have any questions
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Damn,,, this is pretty hot...
Super tempting...

I know Israel isn't too big, but is it possible to do a daytrip to Jerusalem?
I'm looking for a NZ Silver Fern Kiwi coin! :)
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The bus from tel aviv to jerusalem takes about 1.5hrs with minimal stops and has regular service (iirc). But there's quite a bit to see so one day might be a bit short on time.

Tel aviv is a pretty modern and "hipster-ish" city. It was not at all what i was expecting when i went.

If you can swing the time, you can do a day trip out to the dead sea and float around in the extremely salty water which is kind of cool.

For those wondering about safety, i did not feel unsafe at anytime.
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Absolutely you can day trip to just about anywhere in the country...except extreme south and north. Tel Aviv is not far from Jerusalem at all. There is bus and train service as well as smaller shared transit vans known as sherruts. Great country to travel. So much to see from the north through the Galilee and down to the Dead Sea. I have always felt safe while visiting. Jerusalem is amazing...especially the Old City.
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UPDATE: Toronto to Tel Aviv for $199 CAD one-way is still available, however the roundtrip prices has increased to over $500++
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bobbyheenan wrote:
May 16th, 2017 10:25 pm
So very tempted by this deal. Always wanted to see Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Can anyone share their experience there?
Tel Aviv reminded me a lot of Miami. It has great beaches and lots of stuff going on. When we were there, they had their gay pride parade. Jerusalem is surreal because of its historical and religious importance. There is a dearth of commercialism. You will see intermingling of Jewish, Arabs, and Armenian Orthodox. You can walk the stations of the cross as well. While we were there we visited the Dead Sea which was very cool. It is the lowest point on Earth (400m below sea level). The drive down is also cool because you will probably see some of the nomadic people who live there.
Bring water shoes or flip flops if you can. To go into the water you walk on shards of salt. It was 42 when we went and I can tell you that swimming in the dead sea is not that refreshing. The water has such a high salt content it makes the water more viscous. It felt like baby oil. That being said, you float right on top which is great. Also people cover themselves in mud when they go there. It is supposed to be good for the skin. Washing off mud with baby oil-ish water tho' feels icky. Fortunately, they do have regular showers (at least where we went).

We went to the Masada as well. Which was a city built on top of a mountain where the Jewish people held out against the Romans. It is like most places with ruins. It requires some imagination to fully appreciate the place.

Finally, we went on a tour of Bethlehem. In fact we had a combined tour of Jerusalem and Bethlehem. We crossed the wall over to Palestine. The wall is huge. Like any wall, you get to see how disruptive it is for everyone. For this part of the tour, our guide was, I kid you not, Ali Baba! Crossing over to Palestine reminded me of Tijuana. There is definitely disparity between the two populations. We did get to see the birthplace of Christ. And here like in Israel we felt no danger whatsoever.

I would go back in a heartbeat.

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