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Hevron and Path of the Patriarchs (3)

A visit to Israel is not complete without a visit to the Biblical home town of Avraham Aveinu (Abraham the Patriarch). Come tour the city of Hevron where Abraham and Sarah lived. Tour Ma’arat HaMachpela, the Cave of the Patriarchs, where they were subsequently buried. Walk the streets of this distinctive town; hear awe-inspiring stories about people and events that occurred here throughout the past 3800 years. Visit the Hevron of Today and connect to the Hevron of Yesteryears.

Hidden Secrets:

Discovering that which was once concealed: secret bullet factory, exploring caves, & participating in an archaeological dig.

Tour E: 

The focus of this touring day is to realize that frequently, there is much more than what you see on the surface of things.  Depart Jerusalem and travel along the Jerusalem -Tel Aviv highway where we’ll stop to see various armored vehicles that the Jews used in 1948 to protect themselves from the attacking Arabs.  You’ll hear stories about how the Jews almost completely lost Jerusalem!  Travel to Rechovot to visit the secret bullet factory at Machon Ayalon. Located on a kibbutz, this factory was built and concealed even from the Kibbutz members themselves, and was used by the Hagana to secretly manufacture 2.25 million bullets for the Jewish underground in Palestine during the years 1945-1948.   Also during this day, you'll have an opportunity to participate in an archeological dig at Beit Guvrin where you are guaranteed to finding pottery dating back 2000 years old!!  Sometime along the way, we will explore caves used by Bar Kochba fighters 2000 years ago during their rebellion against the Roman rule in Judea.  Our last stop will be a brief visit in the Elah Valley to the site of the battle between David and Goliath.


Our Fight for Independence: In and around Tel Aviv

Israel becoming an independent State

 Tour F: 

This tour will relate to the defense of Jews living in Eretz Yisrael and the establishment of a Jewish State.  Tour will be in areas close to Tel Aviv.

There are 2 tour options: 

  • Tour F-1 departs from Jerusalem  
  • Tour F-2 departs from areas close to Tel Aviv

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One day tour to the North

TOUR H: A tour to the Gailee and Golan: Megiddo, Tziporri, Tiberius, Katzrin

Departing either from Jerusalem or Tel Aviv areas. Our first stop will be Megiddo, located at the opening of the Jezreel valley in northern Israel.  Megiddo was one of the main cities during King Solomon’s period, as well as a major city during the reigns of Omri and Ahab.  From here, travel to Tzippori Nature Reserve, an archeological park and the once home to Rabbi Yehuda HaNasi who codified the Mishna.  This was a small town that housed not only the great rabbis of the Sanhedrin, but also, at the same time, had a very large Hellenistic population that left a legacy of wonderful mosaics, including the "Mona Lisa of the Galilee."  For lunch, we'll travel to Tiberias and enjoy a meal at a restaurant just along the seashore.  Our journey will continue as we travel around the Kinneret and into the Golan.  We will visit the area of Katzrin, considered the capital of the Golan Heights, for a visit to the Golan Winery, where the art of kosher wine making will be explained, as samplings of some of the wines will be offered!  Return.

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Walking tours of Jerusalem Neighborhoods

Tour P:  On these tours, we'll walk through an historic neighborhood in Jerusalem,  hearing stories from its past, and allowing you to gain greater appreciation of its history, uniquenss, and how this neighborhood contributed to the growth of Jerusalem. 

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Ein Gedi, Masada, Dead Sea for kids

Tour O  :This Dead Sea tour is especially geared for families with children: Eretz Bereshit (Camel Riding and Abraham's Tent), visit a military bunker, review the episode of Yehoshua and the conquering of Jericho, visit the location of where Am Yisrael crossed over the Yarden and came into Eretz Yisrael, enjoy the waterfalls and pools of Ein Gedi, visit the fortress on a mountain, Masada, and finally, floating in the Dead Sea. 

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Path of the Patriarchs

Tour C:  Walking in the path of the patriarchs, including a visit to the tomb of  Rachel (Kever Rachel), Herodian, King Herod's fortified Palace and eventual burial site, Derech Avot, mikvo'ot,  and Hevron, where we'll visit Maarat HaMachpela, tomb of the patriarchs.

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