Following are itineraries of suggested sites in different regions around Israel.
Measuring more than 1400 feet below sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest spot on Earth. This journey includes the sites of Qumran where the famous Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered, Masada and finally a dip in the Dead Sea to finish the day. Qumran was where a monastic order of Jewish men broke… Continue reading Dead Sea, Masada & Qumran
Welcome to the city I have called home since 2013! Tel Aviv was established in 1909 simply as a neighborhood of Jaffa. Large waves of immigration in the 1920s and 1930s set the tone for Israel’s premier city. It was from here that David Ben Gurion declared an independent State of Israel in 1948. We… Continue reading Tel Aviv-Jaffa
The northern part of Israel has rolling hills and lush valleys. After Jerusalem it is perhaps the most historic part of the country witnessing battles by Joshua and Deborah to Saul and Herod. There was also the the influence of a carpenter from a small village called Nazareth. Tours in this part of the country… Continue reading Galilee
Between the southern Port city of Ashkelon to the northern Grottoes of Rosh HaNiqra the Mediterranean Coast has countless historical sites and natural beauty. These places saw invasions from Philistines, Romans and Crusaders. Napoleon spent some time here before becoming Emperor while the 19th century witnessed the Return of Exiles.