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Private Tour of Israel for Jews – 3 Days Package

Day 1 – “Burma Road” and Jerusalem

burma Road trucksHeading Twoards Jeruaslem, after Latrun we get off the highway and join the 1948 “Burma Road”  “, learning about the battles around Jerusalem in 1948.

Flag at Western WallUpon reaching Jerusalem we park the car, and head to a tour by foot of the Jewish Quarter , the Western wall  , and the “City of David  “.

Gihon Spring City of DavidThese sites presents best the core of Jewish history from the time of King David, to our days. The tour could include a walk in “Hezekiah’s Tunnel  “, or joining a tour of the “Western Wall tunnels  “.

Overnight: Jerusalem


Day 2 – Qumran, Ein-Gedi, and Masada

Flag at MasadaWe head first to Masada  , Famed for the suicidial acto of 960 Jews some 2000 years ago. The dramatic story is enhanced by rich archaeological remains and a well planned visitors center. The most important finds are on display at the new Masada Museum .

Ein Gedi WaterfallIn nearby Ein Gedi  we can have lunch and then stroll in the beautiful botanical gardens  of the kibbutz. We can then head to Ein-Gedi’s Nature Reserve  , and can either hike and swim in Nahal David, or explore the well preserved mosaic floor of Ein-Gedi’s ancient synagogue .

Dead Sea Scrolls siteOur last stop will be at Qumran  , famous site for the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls wikipedia s.    If time and will permits we will also include a stop for a swim at e Dead Sea .

Overnight: Jerusalem or Tel-Aviv


Day 3 – Jaffa and Tel-Aviv

Tour of Tel-AvivOur last day will be devoted to the modern history of Israel, reflected in  Jaffa  and Tel-Aviv . We will start with a stroll along the allies of old Jaffa , and its nearby Flea Market  .

Next we will drive to Palmach Museum  to learn about the Jewish resistance against the British in the 1940’s, and then head to Rothschild Boulevard .

tour of Independence HallAt Shalom Meir Tower Visitors Center   we will review the early history  Tel-Aviv , and  nearby we will visit the “Independence hall”  , where the state of Israel was declared (!).

We will end with a drive to  Rabin Assassination site , and asses the current geo-politics of Israel and its surroundings.

Overnight: Jerusalem or Tel-Aviv


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Dear Danny,

I don’t even know where to begin, but as the jet lag and the natural high from being in Israel gradually wear off,  I wanted to thank you for making our first trip to Israel such a spectacular one. It was a hit with all ages. You were the perfect guide for connecting the dots between the religious and archaeological histories that make Israel such a unique and mystical place. You really made the Bible come to life for all of us. In our hearts and minds, Israel is no longer just a distant ancestral home, a dot on a map or a subject in school. It is a living, breathing monument to a past shared by millions — and the peaceful future toward which we must all endeavor. We look forward to returning soon.


Jennifer Zimmer (NYC, USA)