We can arrange your visit together, full of Israeli experiences, with all the special places you’d like to see, suited to your budget and at a time convenient for you. Let’s explore those classic sites as well as the wild and hidden ones.
The special Lebanon border tour.
I offer a tour not found in any other visitors guide to Israel. This is a journey behind the scenes. It is an opportunity to meet with young I.D.F combat soldiers based high in the Galilee Mountain sand understand the geopolitical sphere in the Middle East while enjoying the beautiful scenery of the land with breathtaking vantage points and spectacular views. We’ll visit local agricultural orchards and vineyards, plant fruit trees near the border fence and enjoy seasonal fruit tasting (summer and autumn). You will experience moving moments walking through the kibbutz paths visiting the kindergarten bomb shelter which portrays well what life near the Lebanese border is like.
The Golan Heights Syrian border tour
We will discover the secrets of the Golan on All Terrain Vehicles, places where a volcanic plateau offers a home to wonderful nature side by side with memories of all the wars fought here. We will go up to the look-out points over Syria and receive a geopolitical overview of the situation of our neighbor to the east. Events as they happen in real time. From there we will visit a quality vineyard and winery, meet the locals and be entertained for an authentic Druse lunch with a Druse family. We will learn who are the Druse people, what is the source of their mysterious religion and find out if the new generation of Druse in the Golan is integrating into Israeli society.
Caesarea, Haifa, Acre and Rosh Hanikra
The Mediterranean Sea will accompany us throughout the day. We will visit Caesarea: An amazing Roman amphitheater, Hippodrome, King Herod’s palace and Crusader harbor. We will then go on to Haifa for a stunning panoramic view of northern Israel. Then we’ll visit the magnificent Bahai Gardens – a UNESCO world cultural heritage site,
From there we continue north to the capital of the Crusaders, Acre with its underground Knights’ Halls, oriental market and Arab restaurants serving fish caught by the local fishermen. Then we’ll take the cable car down to the crystal clear grottos of Rosh Hanikra.
Let's follow the inspiring footsteps of Jesus.
From the Galilee via the Jordan Valley to Jerusalem
Nazareth, the Church of Annunciation – Cana, the wedding church.
Mount of the Beatitudes, Capernaum and the Church of the Loaves and Fishes.
Saint Peter’s fish traditional lunch by the Sea of Galilee. … Yardenit – the Jordan river baptismal site
Drive south down the great rift of the Jordan Valley, desert plains of Jericho to the Mount of Olives, Jerusalem.
A journey through history.
Old and new highlights
Breathtaking view from the Mount of Olives , the birthplace of Christianity and setting for future resurrection.
Church of all nations (Gethsemane ). Walk in Hezekiah’s tunnel – City of David. All four quarters of the Old City and its markets with the fifth quarter as well – the Temple Mount and the Dome of the Rock. Via Dolorosa and Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Moving moments at the Kotel (Wailing Wall)
Out from the Ottoman wall to Mount Zion – King David’s tomb, Room of the Last Supper and Abbey of Dormition, Israeli Parliament, Yad Vashem – the Holocaust Museum, Israel Museum, the colorful Mahane Yehuda market.
Such a great mix of Jerusalem’s highlights!
Negev Desert Highland Experience
The Negev Desert covers over half of Israel’s total land area with stunning natural scenery, history of ancient inhabitants, including Nabateans, and Catholic monks. Desert agricultural development, excellent boutique wineries and camel rides.
Ramon crater. High desert mountain and natural exposure of ancient rock layers. Unique formations waiting for us to explore. Colors Route, dikes , the saw mill, Nabatean Khan (wayside inn).
Home of Israel’s first Prime Minister, David Ben Gurion’s vision – ‘The Negev will be cultivated into a blooming environment’
Ein Avdat: this beautiful hiking trail of springs and waterfalls is a wonderful little oasis in the heart of the Negev desert.
Visit to a camel farm and local Bedouin tribe camp.
Ein Gedi , Masada and
the Dead Sea
A taste of the Judean Desert.
Spending a day at the lowest spot on earth
Ein Gedi NP. A short hike to David’s waterfall within a lush green landscape oasis, compared to the surrounding desert
Masada. An amazing UNESCO World Heritage Site. An ancient fortress turned to into a symbol of determination and heroism
End our day floating on the saline water of the Dead Sea and covering our body with mineral-rich mud.
The backbone of Israel.
Sacred Shiloh, the assembly ground for the people of Israel.
Mt. Gerizim and the fascinating ethno-religious Samaritan people alongside the Jewish settlers.
Mt Kabir with Bible in our hand. Just look around and sense it…
Banias River Summer Water Hikes
Let’s go chill on a hot summer day at one of the sources of the Jordan River…
Malkiya is a kibbutz in the upper part of the Galilee, within spitting distance of the border with Lebanon.
An important starting pointtothe special Lebanon tour. Immersed in green, home to hundreds of residents in a Beautiful community Agricultural village..
The mystical world of Jewish Kabbalah, among the narrow, beautiful alleyways, synagogues and art galleries.
We will also visit the tomb of a central Kabbalist figure, Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai