Jewish Tours for Families

In the Jewish tours for businesspeople page, I gave several examples and indicated that tours usually range from several hours to a few days. Family geared tours are no different from the point of view of sites, but differ in the time devoted to the sites and their suitability for specific families. Some families prefer to focus on visits to archeological sites, synagogues, biblical burial sites, while other families seek a calmer, stress-free tour, with pleasant stops and tastes throughout the route, without any specific goal.

I have no agenda. My agenda is for you to be pleased, so our tour can focus on the Second Temple period, or the Galilee and Golan Heights, or it can be an inclusive, sweeping tour from the north, through the center, and down to Eilat. You decide – I execute.

Bar/Bat Mitzvah Tours

 

Mitzvah Tour (I just found a way without getting into the issue male or female ...), is not only a summary of repetitions of the Haphtarah and blessing that you repeated and memorized throughout the past year, but also an opportunity to see what and why we celebrate. Understand how we got to this special event and the importance of its existence as well as all Jewish customs - over the years, and to see and understand how hard we worked, we fought, we were hit but always survived for the right to be a free people in our land, and uphold and carry out our Jewish customs.

You can invite all the guests to a beautiful hotel in Jerusalem, to the La'Alot L'Torah at the Western Wall, invite to a stunning dinner, get all the gifts (preferably checks), and there is another way:

Of course, I do not doubt the importance of having the ceremony by the Wall, but I value (much more) the importance to travel and explore the country and see heritage sites and meet the people and places - to visit a kibbutz, visit Old Nitzanim and to honor the women warriors of the War of Independence, to hear new immigrants (already with us for over 20 years) on how and why they decided to leave their family, their warm home, their country - and get here to start all over again (a bit like the story of the sacrifice of Isaac, right?), visit the sources of our water, to see and hear the amazing story of our soldiers brave battles at Valley of Tears in the Golan Heights, and also to open up for the "other": to see and visit Christian sites to understand why and what legacy the others fight for, visit the Druze villages and meet moderate religious figures that maintain their tradition but know how to merge with the Jewish community, and ... Even the things that "cliché" like climbing Masada at four in the morning and see the sunrise behind the mountains of Jordan.

Most tours include a wide range of ages, that the families and the grandparents want to be part of "the package" and not just to finance the trip ... so, I will design and plan your trip in the most optimal and together find the plan to give everyone pleasure and personal satisfaction from this visit this special.

 So all that's left, is to contact me and start planning. By the way, I do not want to "put pressure", but the sooner we start to plane - the better the outcome. (And I do have guests that started planning a year before the date of the trip). In addition, it will save a lot of money to spare for special events, water sports, 4X4 trips, etc... A final note: Some sites like the Western Wall tunnels, Yad Vashem, special 4X4 tours at the Golan Heights or at Machtesh Ramon Crater previous reservation and sooner we start to plan - flexibility remains in our favor and we do not have to plan a trip subject to other's schedules. 

So go ahead and contact me ... I'm sitting at the computer just waiting for email from you...

 Oh... I forgot: Mazal Tov  Smile 32

 

Jewish Tours for Business People

Tours with Jewish themes customized for businesspeople – usually a few hours long, or a single day. Most of the tours focus on Jerusalem, on the north – between Beit Sha’arim and Safed, and on the south – the Dead Sea and Masada.

Jerusalem has from time immemorial been the foundation of the existence of the Jewish people, and later Christianity and Islam. Jerusalem was “ours” for a short period following our victory over the Greeks, and “returned” to us as a united city only after the Six Day War in 1967.

Testimonials

"A picture is worth a thousand words" refers to the notion that a complex idea can be conveyed with just a single still image. But what if we have so many good words? Following are some of those kind good words I was told that were transformed into writing by my guests.

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Business Service

A non smoking car, appropriate dress code, to be on time and have a lot of patience and flexibility while maintaining full discretion is the basis for my Personal Business Service. my personal business background is what completes my service to the best available.

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Christian Tours

The Sea of Galilee, Jerusalem, Nazareth, Beit Lechem and the Banias are only few of the sites that we will visit trying to explore the land in the footsteps of Jesus. Special emphasis will be given if the tour is Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox or one that includes all the sites.

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Jewish Tours

Tours concentrated on the Jewish heritage and history. We’ll visit the holy places such as Jerusalem and Safed, and less known places such as Beit She’Arim, Guvrin Caves. We’ll visit & taste Kosher wineries and delights, and attend festivities when applicable.

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