Rav-Kav smart travel cards are now on sale for tourists at Ben Gurion airport, Globes reported.
The tourist Rav-Kav card called Israel Pass will be sold at a special stand at Ben Gurion Airport’s Terminal 3.
The anonymous pass (Israelis hold cards with their name, ID number and picture) can be loaded with a specific amount for inter-changeable travel on buses and trains. Alternatively tourists can buy daily or weekly cards for travel throughout the country. The cards also provide a 20% discount on entrance fees to Israel Nature and Parks Authority sites, which include Masada, Caesarea and other popular tourist destinations.
In the near future, the Israel Pass travel cards will also be available at major tourist sites and include discounts for additional tourist services including accommodation, restaurants and cafes