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Israeli Guides: Danny the Digger I am often asked for a recommendation for an Israeli guide. The inquirer is looking for something “more” than what they will get with the luck of the draw from the travel agency. The internet makes it easier to get to know some guides before you commit to them, and I thought I might do a brief series this year on guides who are “a cut above.” Danny Herman is best known as “Danny the Digger.” While he is a licensed tour guide, he is also a trained archaeologist, having received his MA in Archaeology
[Tripadvisor]: I was most fortunate to have Danny as a guide for one day in the Dead Sea – Masada area and for three days in Jerusalem. His in-depth knowledge of Israel’s archaeology and history is exceptionally insightful. His pleasant, accommodating, and down to earth nature made for a wonderfully informative educational travel experience. He also shared fabulous restaurant tips! Sandy ==== [Tripadvisor]: As an Israeli who lives in the US, I envited an American friend to visit Israel with me, so although I could have shown my friend the country, we decided to use a private guide. The decision proved
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