2019 Scotland & Iceland Kosher Cruise and Tours are Now Available

Join Kosherica for our 2018 Glatt Kosher Cruise to Scotland and Iceland. Visit destinations from Edinburgh to Reykjavik and the Shetland Islands. We can’t wait to embark on this journey with you!
2019 Glatt Kosher baltic Cruises and Tours

Jewish Heritage Kosher Cruise - 7/9/2019 aboard
Costa Cruise's Pacifica for 10 Nights


The best approach is to bring clothes that can be layered: more layers for cooler, windier weather, fewer layers for warm, dry days.
Be sure to also bring:
• A lightweight, waterproof coat or jacket, as well as a sweater or warm vest for strolling the decks of the ship and for glacier viewing
• A warm hat and gloves
• Men may want to add an extra pair of slacks, but they'll find that the same basic dress theme works for them, too (there is no place in Alaska a man cannot go in a sport coat and slacks. Also, a dark suit is appropriate for dinner on board ship)
• Sturdy walking shoes for everyday use (two pairs are suggested) both leather, to stand up to rain if necessary, and a pair with a good arch support
• One or two pairs of dress shoes to accompany your dinner outfit
• Always go on www.weather.com for more info. You can get a 10 day forecast.

Weather in Scotland and Iceland can vary greatly so come prepared. Temperatures in the summer tend to range from about 55 – 70 degrees.

• Kosherica will offer a beautiful pre-cruise walking tour of Amsterdam – during this walking tour you will learn about the Jewish population and its culture dating back to the beginning of the 17th century. The tour will include a visit to the Jewish museum, the Portuguese Synagogue and the Holocaust Memorial.
• We highly recommend booking your shore excursions directly with the cruise line as your best option. Here are some examples of the tours they offer:
   • Highlights and Castles of Edinburgh
   • Reykjavik - Hot Springs and Scenery; Helicopter rides to the craters; Glacier Safari and Ice Cave and so many more
   • Scenery and landscape of the Northern Sea in the Shetland Islands