Late-night mikveh near Tel Aviv
7 March, 2006
We are scheduled to land at Ben Gurion airport on Wednesday late evening (about 10pm) & staying at a hotel in Tel Aviv.
Can you recommend nearest mikvah I could use that same night either Lod, Ramat Gan or Tel Aviv?
I am willing to pay extra if necessary to make special arrangements.
Thanks for your help.
We are not aware of any mikvaot open late in Tel Aviv. There is a rotation among the mikvaot in B'nei Brak and one is always open late. You could call any mikveh in the area to find out which one is open late the night you arrive. You can find the numbers in our mikveh directory.
If necessary, and provided your husband agrees, it is also possible to postpone immersion to the next night.
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