Shalom and Welcome to Israel!
I cater to many clients, sometimes special VIP projects (President of Samsung, Co-founder of Snapchat, and VP of Apple just this last year..). Occasionally I also appear on various international media productions (The Travel Channel, the Smithsonian Channel, and more).
See a sample of single day tour offers below:
For a small group I can provide transportation in my nice SUV.
I can also include “Extreme” activities, accommodation, and nutrition :-), but mostly I try to act as a “cultrual mediator” introducing the Holy Land with all it’s beauties, sanctities – and complexities..
See a demo of me guiding the “Three Surfers” (the Gudauskas brothers) across Jerusalem:
How long is a tour?
I work on a daily basis, and for about 10 hours. For more then 12 hours you could add a tip.
Where do we Meet?
It’s a private tour!. We meet at your hotel, or where ever you want!.
What is the cost?
$500 USD for a day tour by foot, $600-$800 for a full day tour + transportation (up to 7 passengers, and depends on mileage).
$100 reduction for half a day tour (up to 4 hours). $100 addition for a tour on Shabbath.
Am I worth it? Well in 2016 I was awarded, again (for the sixth time!..), with a “Certificate of Excellence” by “Tripadvisor”, based on the sheer number of positive testimonials, like the ones below:
Latest Blog Posts:
In the 1970’s a an accidental find in the oasis of Ein-Gedi led to the exposure of a grand Synagogue floor from the Byzantine period. Among its finds was a carbonised ancient scroll. Only now was it finally dicephered, thanks to new modern technology [Keep reading here].
A few years ago Professor Jodi Magness from University of North Carolina at Chapel hill began excavating at Tell Huqoq, a hilltops about 7 km west of the Sea of Galilee. Her major find is a mosaic floor of a 5th century CE synagogue, whose subjects are not totally clear.. [Keep reading here]
I am proud to say that I appear in the one of the latest productions of the “Smithshonian Channel”, in a chapter deadling with the Mystrious Copper Scroll. See here a preview –