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Guided Tours 

Welcome to Israel, Israel offers a rich blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. You can explore the ancient city of Jerusalem, with its numerous holy sites, such as the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and the Dome of the Rock. Tel Aviv is known for its beaches, nightlife, and modern architecture. The Dead Sea, the lowest point on Earth, offers visitors the chance to float in its salty waters and enjoy the therapeutic mud. The ancient fortress of Masada is a symbol of Jewish resistance against Roman rule, while the scenic Galilee region offers visitors the chance to explore historical sites and natural wonders such as the Sea of Galilee.

We invite you to join us for one of our boutique, tailor made tours. Led by a certified tour guide. Let's get in touch and let us guide you!

Recommended tours in Israel

Old city of Jerusalem
A tour at the Old City of Jerusalem is a fascinating and memorable experience that offers a glimpse into the city's rich history and diverse culture. The tour begins at one of the ancient gates of the Old City and then winds its way through the narrow alleyways of the four quarters. 
Along the way, we will learn about the different religions and cultures that have shaped the city over the centuries.
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Nazareth and the sea of Galilee 
Nazareth, located in northern Israel, is widely known as the childhood home of Jesus and is home to several important Christian sites, including the Church of the Annunciatio.
The Sea of Galilee, also known as Lake Tiberias, is located just a short distance from Nazareth and is where Jesus performed many of his most famous miracles. We will visit the ancient fishing village of Capernaum, where Jesus is said to have spent much of his ministry, and the Mount of Beatitudes, where he gave his famous Sermon on the Mount.
We will start our tour at Caesarea National Park  is home to many fascinating historical ruins, including the ancient harbor, the Roman amphitheater, and the hippodrome.
Next, The Crusader City: This fortress was built during the Crusades and is a great example of medieval architecture. The fortress walls are still standing and visitors can explore the inside of the fortress.
The Aqueduct Beach: This beautiful beach is located next to the ancient Roman aqueduct, which supplied water to the city in ancient times. It's a great spot to relax and enjoy the view of the aqueduct and the Mediterranean Sea.
Tel Aviv - Jaffa
Tel Aviv and Jaffa are two of the most vibrant and culturally rich cities in Israel . A city tour of Tel Aviv Jaffa is a perfect way to explore the unique mix of ancient history and modern culture.
Starting from the historic Jaffa Port, stroll through the Old City and see its ancient buildings, churches, and mosques continue to the flea market where can find antiques, jewelry, and souvenirs.
Next, head to the modern part of Tel Aviv where you can experience the bustling city life. The city boasts of beautiful beaches, museums, art galleries, cafes, and restaurants that showcase the diverse cultures that call Tel Aviv their home.
Acre is a historic coastal city in northern Israel with a rich history dating back thousands of years.
We will start at the UNESCO World Heritage Site that includes a variety of historic buildings, such as the Crusader-era Citadel and the Al-Jazzar Mosque. Will continue through the narrow streets and alleyways of the Old City, admiring the unique architecture and learning about the city's rich history.
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Tour at kibbutz 
We will visit the first kibbutz (Ein Harod) and the first Kvutza (Dganya).
Kibbutz is is an intentional community in Israel that was traditionally based on agriculture.
We will visit the Kibbutz and learn about the way of living today and in the past, what are their business today and what is the future of the Kibbutz?

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Tour at Beit She'an
Beit She'an is an ancient city located in the northern district of Israel, near the Jordan River. It is known for its well-preserved Roman and Byzantine ruins, which include a theater, bathhouses, and a colonnaded street.
We will see the impressive Roman theater, which could seat up to 7,000 spectators. The theater is well-preserved and is still used today for concerts and cultural events.
Next, we will visit the ancient bathhouses, which were an important part of Roman social life. The bathhouses include hot and cold rooms, a sauna, and a swimming pool.
As we will walk through the city, we will also see the remains of the colonnaded street, which was lined with shops and paved with marble. The street was the heart of the city's commercial and social life.
Finally, we will visit the ancient tel, a mound that contains the remains of various civilizations that inhabited Beit She'an throughout history. The tel offers a panoramic view of the surrounding area and is a great spot to take photos.
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Masada is a historic fortress located on a mountaintop in the Judean Desert in Israel.
Masada was built by Herod the Great.
We will climb by Cable Car or walking by the "snake trail" or the east side walk (Roman Ramp).
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Desert tour
Israel has several deserts that are worth exploring, including the Negev Desert, the Judean Desert, and the Arava Desert.
There are some unique phenomenon like the Machtesh (creator). We can explore the desert by walking, riding a bike or 4x4 car.

Tour at Tel Dan
Tel Dan is an archaeological site located in northern Israel, near the border with Lebanon. It is known for its rich history, dating back to biblical times, and its beautiful natural surroundings.
We will explore the ancient city of Tel Dan, which dates back to the Bronze Age. See the remains of ancient walls, gates, and other structures, and learn about the city's history through interpretive signs.
We will finish our tour with a hike in the Tel Dan Nature Reserve. Take in the beautiful views and enjoy the natural surroundings before you depart.
Hiking in Eilat mountains
Hiking in the Eilat mountains can be a truly breathtaking experience. Eilat is located in the southernmost part of Israel, and the mountains there offer a unique desert landscape with stunning views of the Red Sea.
One popular hiking trail in the area is the Red Canyon trail. This trail takes you through a narrow canyon with walls that are up to 80 feet high. The colors of the rocks in the canyon range from red to purple, and there are several spots where you can stop and take in the views.
Eilat is a resort city located at the southernmost tip of Israel, along the Red Sea coast. It is known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife, and excellent water sports opportunities such as snorkeling and scuba diving. there are plenty of things to see and do. Some popular attractions include the Underwater Observatory Marine Park, Dolphin Reef,
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