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Company Guest Tours

Quite a few institutions and companies hire me to guide their guests as part of their hospitality. These tours are conducted usually in my “off-road limo“, and usually follow one of my  “one day tours“.

Below is a selected list of institutions and companies that hire me for their guests:

For testimonials of Companies and companies’ guests see here

Segway tour of PRONQ team (HP), 8.3.14


IL05: Splendors of Caesarea and the Carmel

  Caesarea  was founded some 2000 years ago by King Herod, and for over a millenia was the most important port city in the Holy Land. Appreciating its high-techi visitors center, we will stroll among the rich finds from Roman, Byzantine, and Crusaders times. We then ascend up to the Carmel Mountains to visit and learn about the interesting Druze  minority also by having a Druze lunch. We could also visit the l “Muhraka” , the traditional site of the battle between Elijah and the prophets of Ba’al, and end with a stroll in the German colony in Haifa, viewing from the different angles the

IL02: Jaffa and Tel-Aviv

An urban tour showing Jaffa and its antiquities, and the development of Tel-Aviv. We start with a stroll in the alleys of Old Jaffa , appreciating several art and crafts galleries (e.g.  Ilana Goor , Ben-Zion Ymenite Jewelry Workshop , and Adina Plastelina  ).  Passing through the Christian sites, we can appreciate the Home of Simon the Tanner, and St. Peter’s Church . Descending to the port itself, we can have some coffee while viewing the Andromeda rock, and then advance to the Flea Market  . By Car we can then proceed into Tel-Aviv, and explore sites like Neve Tzedek , Rothschild Boulevard , and Nahalat Binyamin market , ending at Rabin Assasination site . .

IL07: To Bethlehem and Herodium

Bethlehem is the hometown of King David, but is more known in Christianity to be the birth place of Jesus. Hiring a palestinian guide, you will be taken into Bethlehem and to the  Church of the Nativity ,where Jesus was born by an old local tradition. We then continue to  Herodium   , a fortified hilltop built by king Herod in the first century BCE, and ultimately became his burial site. We will appreciate the new visitors center, the unique finds, and the underground caves made by Jewish Rebels some 2000 years ago. Nearby we can have lunch in a nice vegeterian restaurant (at Gavna), and also experience a