Jewish Tours for Families

Language English
Price 550,00 USD for excursion
Capacity Group of up to 5 people
Duration 9 hours

In the Jewish tours for businesspeople page, I gave several examples and indicated that tours usually range from several hours to a few days. Family geared tours are no different from the point of view of sites, but differ in the time devoted to the sites and their suitability for specific families. Some families prefer to focus on visits to archeological sites, synagogues, biblical burial sites, while other families seek a calmer, stress-free tour, with pleasant stops and tastes throughout the route, without any specific goal.

I have no agenda. My agenda is for you to be pleased, so our tour can focus on the Second Temple period, or the Galilee and Golan Heights, or it can be an inclusive, sweeping tour from the north, through the center, and down to Eilat. You decide – I execute.

I am not a travel agency, but if you need recommendations about interesting places to stay, instead of boring hotels – I will be happy to recommend some. A breathtaking villas in the Galilee in the middle of an orchard or next to a cowshed, or a room with an amazing view in Rosh Pina, or a secluded corner of the Negev desert. And not only accommodations: in Israel, we eat all the time! We have so much to offer… and not only Humus Smile 32. We have charming locations with scenery, meat restaurants in the Golan Heights, and secluded locations in the Negev offering vegetarian food. You can treat yourself to Sachlab in the winter, Malabi with rosewater in the summer, watermelon with salted cheese on the beach, and steaming Humus and lentil soup when it’s freezing… and that’s just for starters.

Family tours, by definition, include children and teenagers, and this requires a lot of patience and understanding. Things that interest Mom and Dad do not necessarily interest teenagers or a six year old (the ages of my own kids). So I say it straight out: it’s OK to forego boring sites, it’s great to stay longer at fun sites and continue to swim in a stream, or stay two more hours at the Zimmer because the kids are having a blast in the pool. And it’s just fine to set out tomorrow at ten, because the teenagers hate to wake up at 7:30 in order to set out after breakfast. I’m familiar with this, accept its lovingly, and change the plans for the rest of the day when necessary.

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